Please provide your valuable inputs.
Following are a few good CBSE schools in and around Uppal.
- Litttle Flower School (Uppal)
- HPS - Ramanthpur
- GIIS (Global Indian International School) in Boduppal
- Pallavi Model School - Boduppal
- Johnsons Grammar School -Nacharam
- Delhi Public School -Nacharam
- Tejasvi Vidyaranya - Habsiguda
- Sarathi School -Habsiguda
Sarathi and Tejasvi are comparatively new and smaller schools when compared to other schools mentioned above.
If you prefer ICSE, you could opt for Johnsons Grammar School in Habsiguda or Aurobindo International School in Vidyanagar
Do visit all the schools when you are here and decide accordingly. Admissions are difficult in schools like HPS, DPS , Johnsons Grammar and Aurobindo after a month as the new Academic session has already started. May be you could call up these schools after 10 am (IST) to find out if they are still open for admissions.
Pallavi Model School in Boduppal and Little Flower in Uppal are also quite good. My friends' kids are studying here. All these schools are easy on pocket except DPS and GIIS.
You could go through the websites of all the above mentioned schools to get more info.
Thanks Mickey!! I will check with the schools.
I was wondering whether all the schools mandate Telugu and Hindi in their curriculum.
My kids are unaware of both these languages , so I would like to know if any of these schools or schools around DSNR , L B Nagar have an option of 1 language alone. I would prefer to consider Hindi as an option atleast for this year.
Also , please let me know any good schools around DSNR or L B Nagar area.
Any feedback on Unicent Nagole.
Also , please help me out with any schools around L B Nagar or Dilshuknagar.
Thanks in advance!!
Could you please share any feedback on Unicent Nagole.
You could check out Akshara International, Edify, Delhi International School and Shloka if you are looking for schools near LB Nagar.
DPS (Delhi Public School) at Nadergul is a new school and it has the same Mgmt as that of DPS- Nacharam. It could be preferred too seeing the track record of DPS-Nacharam.
In schools affiliated to State Board, Telugu is compulsory but not in CBSE. As your kids are in lower grades, you need not worry about the languages. They can pick it up fast. Your older kid will have to learn Hindi which he/she could pick up fast if some extra classes and personal attention is given in the school. You too could teach your kids at home.
Unicent-Nagole is also good. You could go through few reviews in Just Dial too. A child centric school located in peaceful environment.