List of Top schools in India

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Schools in India play a vital part in the mental and psychological development of a child from a very young age. Hence, it is very important to select the finest educational institution that can assist in the appropriate educational growth of the child. There are many factors that generally establish the excellence of an institute like infrastructure, scholastic results, optional activities and staff quality.

India takes pride of some of the recognized and celebrated schools widely acknowledged for their premiere services and infrastructure. The top schools in India are associated either with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) or with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), while some of them are affiliated by their respective state boards. They follow the 10+2 model of education where co-curricular activities are also given due importance.

List of Top schools in India

Listed below are the names of top 5 schools in India:

1. Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram
A co-educational-cum-boarding school, DPS R.K. Puram imparts standard education to more than approximately 9,500 students. It has two more branches in East of Kailash and Vasant Vihar. Established in 1972, it is India's foremost institute governed by the Delhi Public School Society. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the institute is acknowledged by the Ministry of HRD and the Department of Education.

Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram has also endorsed three schools in international cities namely Nepal, Indonesia and Kuwait. The school aims at exploring avenues for open minds and setting premises for the nation's future. The institute works in partnership with the Government of Haryana and is working towards improving yardsticks to make the educational environment more encouraging for students.

Contact Details Delhi Public School
Sector XII, R. K. Puram
New Delhi - 110022
Phone: +91 (011) 26171267, 26174235, 26199804
Fax: +91 (011) 26184023

2. Bishop Cotton Boys, Bangalore
A convent institute, Bishop Cotton Boys, Bangalore provides premiere education to both young boys and girls at separate premises. Established by the Church Chaplain of St. Mark on April 19, 1865, Bishop Cotton Boys, Bangalore, the school procured its existing location of 13 acres at a value of ` 22,000 in 1870.

Contact Details
Bishop Cotton Boys:
St. Mark's Road
Bangalore 560001
Phone: +91 80 2221 3608, +91 80 2221 3835
FAX: 91 80 2223 2536
Web site:

Bishop Cotton Girls:
Bishop Cotton Girls' School
St. Mark's Road,
Bangalore 560001
Phone: 91-80-22210268/ 22213083
Fax: 91-80-22279660
Web site:

3. Loreto Convent High School, Lucknow
Established by Mary Ward in 1616, Loreto Convent High School, Lucknow pioneered a different kind of spiritual life which embarked on the schooling of girls as its chief function.

The institute is convent and imparts standard education to girls. It is governed by the Sisters of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, generally known as Loreto Nuns. The institute was open for boys till 1960 and it presently maintains a profound concern for the underprivileged section of the society.

Contact Details
29, Mahatma Gandhi Marg,
Park Road, AP Sabha,
Uttar Pradesh 226001
Ph: 0522 2237222

4. South Point High School, Kolkata
Over the years South Point High School, Kolkata, has superbly tackled the varying student setting. With more than 13,500 students and dedicated staff, South Point has made a mark in India’s educational scenario by nurturing the future of India. Recently, the school has altered its examination module to regular assessment where the motive was to re-package quality.

Contact Details
82/7A Ballygunge Place
Kolkata - 700019
West Bengal,
Tel: +91 033 24405115; +91 033 24405042; +91 033 24404043

5. Amity International School, Noida:
Founded by the Ritnand Balved Education Foundation, AIS, NOIDA is associated with the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The school's viewpoint decrees itself in the conviction, "Vidya Dadati Vinayam", that means awareness produces modesty. The school symbol is a sign of the unconquerable authority and modesty that knowledge gives. Every step taken by AIS is to disseminate an education that instills in the new generation of India to rise above their personal needs.

Contact Details
AIS Noida,
Sector 44,
Noida - 201303
Tel no.: 0120 4399000
Fax no.: 0120 2431430
Email id: