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Chennai Schools: Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School, St. Bede’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, La Chatelaine Residential Junior College

Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School is a co-educational school that follows CBSE curriculum and conducts classes from kindergarten to class 12. The school houses science and English labs for students of all standards, and besides classrooms subjects, co-curricular activities such as drawing, painting, dance, music and embroidery are focused upon. The school also conducts the NCC program. The science and commerce streams are offered in the intermediate level. All applicants must appear for an entrance exam in order to gain admission into the school. The school is located on 9/21 Vasantha Press Road, Adyar, Chennai. For further information, visit

St. Bede’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School is a minority school that is managed by Salesian Fathers Of Don Bosco. The 52 well-qualified staff members work towards cultivating sound Christian values in the students. Classes from standards 1 to 12 are taught at the school, with students having a choice between the science the commerce streams during the intermediate level. Besides classroom subjects, additional classes that promote spirituality, and physical and intellectual development are conducted. Additional information regarding the school situated at No. 37, Santhome High Road, Santhome, Chennai, may be found at

La Chatelaine Residential Junior College is one of Chennai’s best private schools. It is a residential that teaches according to the CBSE curriculum from class 6 to class 10. The facilities provided by the school include computer labs, science labs, library and sports grounds. Yoga and Karate are among the extra-curricular activities offered. The junior college is situated in Valasarawakkam, and can be contacted at 00914424861984.

Chennai Schools: Kendriya Vidyalaya in Arakkonam, APL Global School, Balavidyalaya School For Deaf

Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) in Arakkonam, one of the many branches of KV in Chennai, was established in 1965.  The school’s infrastructural facilities include 3 science labs, a maths lab, 2 computer labs, a library, a multi-purpose hall, an examination hall, a hockey field, and basketball and volleyball court. Science, commerce and humanities streams are offered at the intermediate level. A specific percentage of the seats available are reserved for SC, ST and physically handicapped students. KV students are known for their excellence is academics and sports. For further information, visit

APL (Academy For Personalized Learning) Global School is affiliated to Cambridge international Centre. The students are trained to appear for the following examinations conducted by the Cambridge University: 16-18yrs International AS and A Level, 14-16yrs Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge O Level, 11-14yrs Lower Secondary Programme, Cambridge Checkpoint and The Primary Programme. The school’s walls are covered with aesthetically appealing work produced by students, and the placement of tables, alcoves and sit-outs encourage social learning. Gardening, water-recycling and waste management activities aim to teach students the value of nature. Tuition fees range between Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 2,00,000 per annum. For further information, visit

Located at No. 18, 1st Cross Street, Shastri Nagar, Adyar, Chennai, is Balavidyalaya School For Deaf, a private non-profit educational centre of children aged between 0 and 5 years of age. The staff are trained to work with children with hearing impairment, and seek to help not only the challenged child, but the parents of the children too. The parents are trained to communicate with their children, and the children themselves (aged between 3 and 5) are educated such that they may attend regular schools. To know more about this school, visit