Cluny Convent High School, Bengaluru

Address:11th Main Road, Malleswaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560003

Phone: 080 23346536, 23469276

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Education is the greatest treasure that humanity possesses, since it develops the human person. It was this vision of education that Anne Marie Javouhey, our Foundress gave us. For the past half century and more, Cluny Convent High School in Bangalore has been striving hard to make Anne Marie's vision a reality.
Cluny Convent High School, Malleswaram, came into existence in the year 1948.

The aim of the institution is to impart an all round education based on Christian principles and values to the pupils who come to study here. Great care is taken to give sound moral training to the pupils through the religious and moral instruction classes which is part of the curriculum, and to instil in them love for prayer and work as stands the School Motto, Pray and Work.

Cluny Convent High School, Malleswaram, came into existence in the year 1948. It is a recognized private unaided institution run by the Bangalore branch of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny, registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960. Classes are conducted in a spacious building situated on 11th Main Road, Near 15th Cross, Malleswaram, Bangalore, Karnataka State, India.

The medium of instruction is English and the school academic year is from June to April. There are three vacations in the year; the Summer vacation about 6 weeks, Dasara about 10 days and Christmas vacation about 2 weeks. Pupils are prepared for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (I.C.S.E) examinations taken at the end of Std. X. This examination is conducted by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi. Co-curricular and Extra curricular activities are given due emphasis in the time table. Physical Education, Dramatics, Karate, Singing, Debates, Girl Guiding etc are some activities which enable the pupils to get an all round formation. Pupils are divided into four Houses: Anne Marie's, Cecilia's, Theresa's and Alphonsa's-in order to build up team work and healthy competition.

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