Top 10 best schools in India

We at Top 10 Everything come up with the best schools in India which are well-established and well-known in schooling and also has maximum count of reviews from the students. 

  1. St.Xavier’s Collegiate School, Kolkata

Source: School Connects 

The school was started by the Jersuites in 1860 to impart education to Catholic Boys. It is a private english medium school for boys. Now the school admits any boy irrespective of the caste and creed. St. Xavier’s Collegiate School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), which conducts the ICSE and ISC examinations in classes X and XII respectively. It also offers the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education curriculum, which conducts the Madhyamik exams after class X.

The Facilities include :

  1. St. Xavier’s Collegiate has two school buildings, one for the primary section (KG to class V) and another for the secondary section (classes VI to XII).
  2. The school has a library, science laboratories, computer labs and playground.

2. La Martiniere For Girls School, Kolkata

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La Martiniere for Girls School has earned a reputation for excellence in the field of academics as well as extracurricular activities. The school focuses on the all-round development of each child and works towards making them responsible citizens. The school offers ICSE and ISC syllabus. Sports activities include football, basketball, lawn tennis, swimming, golf and table tennis.

The Facilities provided are:

  1. La Martiniere For Girls offers excellent facilities including science laboratories, mathematics lab, geography lab, computer lab and resource room.
  2. The school also has a library, student counselling room, audio visual room and art room.
  3. There are also two spacious auditoriums, swimming pool, gymnasium, basketball court and a large playground.

3. The Doon School, Dehradun

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The Doon School was established in the 1935 and is one of the finest schools in India. The Doon School has developed its own curriculum, which is creative and intellectually rigorous for the D and C forms. For B and A forms, the school offers the CISCE examinations. For S and SC forms, the school offers the Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination and the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma. Constant practice is required here and it aims at improving students’ analytical skills along with numerical abilities. The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is a balanced education and academically challenging programme that prepares students for success at university and life beyond.

The Facilities are:

  1. The Doon School has an Art and Media School, a 25,000 square foot building with an Apple Mac studio, a film studio, an auditorium as well as museum spaces, a reading room and a trophy room.
  2. It also has The Careers Information, Education and Guidance Department with its own office in the Art and Media Center. Its library consists of hard copy and digital resources for both students and teachers to use for research.
  3. Other facilities include the The Kilachand Library, the school’s amphitheatre The Rose Bowl, The Music School, science department with a museum, shooting range, wellness center and indoor and outdoor sports facilities.

4. Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore

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Mallya Aditi International School is one of the three schools that have been selected from across the world by the Cambridge University as examples of schools that have science examinations with an experimental approach.

The school Provides classes in ICSE and ISC and IGCSE curriculum.

The Facilities provided are:

  1. There are two libraries, in the elementary school and in the senior school, well-stocked with more than 15,000 titles that cover fiction and non-fiction in all genres and subjects.
  2. Interactive events, such as read-a-thons, storytelling workshops and ‘Meet the Author Evening’, are often held in the libraries with parent and guest speakers.
  3. The school encourages students to use the library for research, and presentations and independent study.
  4. There are five comprehensive laboratories, one each for Biology, Chemistry, Physics and two for Computer Science. All the labs in the school are well-equipped, well-designed, safe, spacious and airy.

5. Little Flower High School, Hyderabad

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Little Flower High School was established in 1953 and provides Holistic education to meet the needs of the individual and the society. The School provides the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum. It imparts education in English and provides Telugu and Hindi as options for first and second languages.

The Facilities provided are:

  1. The school provides a library to both its primary school and high school sections.
  2. It has computer and language labs, digital library, art and craft rooms, audio visual room and auditorium.
  3. Other facilities include a gymnasium, volleyball courts, basketball courts, cricket pitch, and indoor badminton courts.

6. Mother’s International, Delhi

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Mother’s International is an establishment of the Sri Aurobindo Education society which is an agency of the Sri Aurobindo ashram.

The school is affiliated to the CBSE and also offers All India Senior School Certificate Examination and All India Secondary School Examination.

The Facilities provided are:

  1. The school building is divided into two blocks – one for the junior section (comprised of pre-primary and primary classes) and one for the senior section (middle and senior classes).
  2. For the primary section, the facilities provided include a children’s park, math lab, computer science lab, library, Montessori room, activity room, two art and craft rooms, dance and music halls, pottery lab, yoga room and assembly hall.
  3. For the junior section, the school has two labs each for biology, chemistry and physics, home science lab, Comprehensive Technology Centre, library, audio-visual Hall, two art and craft rooms, dance hall, yoga room and Batik lab.

7. Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai

Source: Hindustan Times

Bombay Scottish School is a private school which was established in 1847. The school is affiliated to the CISCE, New Delhi, which conducts the ICSE examination at the close of class X and the ISC examination in class XII.

The Facilities are:

  1. There are two libraries in the school: one is spacious over 20,000 books, housed in the heritage wing. The other is a smaller library accessible to the senior students housed in the east wing. Computers with restricted internet access have been recently installed in both the libraries.
  2. The school has state-of-the-art laboratories for Chemistry, Physics and Biology, where students carry out their practical work. These laboratories are equipped with interactive digital boards.
  3. There are two air-conditioned computer labs equipped with advanced computers, accessible to students from classes V to X. There is a third lab for the primary section and robotics classes.

8. St. John’s High School, Chandigarh

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St. John’s High School was established in 1959 by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, the school is an Edmund Rice Educational Institute. St. John’s High School has been the best school in the tri-city for the years 2013, 2014, 2015.

The school is CBSE affiliated.

The facilities are:

  1. The school houses a multimedia room and two large computer labs. It was awarded the National Computer Literacy Award in the category of private schools for excellence in computer literacy and IT in school at an early stage of schooling, by the Ministry of Information and Technology.
  2. St. John’s High School houses a literary club that is designed to encourage its budding authors and poets.
  3. There are three well-equipped, well-lit and airy maths and science labs accessible for students from classes VI to XII.
  4. Other facilities include a music room, learning centre for junior section, counselling cell for seniors, and also the science club, aerospace club, the tech club (robotics), drama club, the dance club, chef club, and the photography club.

9. The Valley School, Bangalore

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The Valley School was founded in 1978. The school is affiliated to the CISCE.It offers courses that lead to the ICSE examination on completing class X, and a course leading to the ISC examination at the end of class XII.

The facilities provided are:

  1. The school has a 103-acre campus with academic buildings, student dormitories, residential quarters, guest houses, etc.
  2. There is an Art Village built around the school’s amphitheatre.
  3. The school has a study center where workshops and informal study sessions are conducted. Seminars, book fairs and exhibitions, etc. are also frequently organized at the centre.
  4. The school’s sports and games facilities include three basketball courts, a football field, a volleyball court, a table tennis room, a kho-kho field and indoor spaces for aerobics, yoga, etc.

10. Modern School, Barakhamba Road, Delhi

Source: Modern School

Founded in 1920, Modern School is a co-educational, independent, day and boarding school. It fosters internationalism and is one of the founding members of the CDLS (Community Development and Leadership Summit).

Their facilities are:

  1. The Junior Library is well-stocked with a wide selection of books on all subjects ranging from dinosaurs to math puzzles and story books such as the Famous Five and the Amar Chitra Katha.
  2. The Lala Pratap Singh Library is the senior library, situated in the Platinum Jubilee Block of the school. The library organizes the Annual Book Week every year. Its goal is to enhance students’ reading habits.
  3. The school provides facilities for sports such as football, swimming, basketball and badminton.

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