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2006-06-27
Name: Srinithi Balaji I am on the lookout for a good school to put my son who is 2 and half. Can anyone suggest some good main schools where he can continue till 12th class. Please suggest.
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2006-07-22
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Name: Srinithi
Subject:  Thank You
Thank You very much Vidhya and Mr. Tony.S. I stay In Mannrayan palaya and I think I shall for schools in Yelahanka, Hebbal and other nearby schools.
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2006-07-03
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Name: Vidhya
Subject:  Schools in North Bangalore
Srinithi,

You have the following schools in North Bangalore.

Vidyasagar, Hebbal
Vidyaniketan, Hebbal
Vidyashilp
Ryan International School, Yelankha
Kensri, Mariyanna Palya, Hebbal.

I have put my daughter in Kensri and i am very happy about the school.

Where do u stay, decide ur kids school accordingly.

GL to u

Vidhya


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2006-06-27
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Name: Tony S
Subject:  Blore schools
Dear Srinithi,
Here are a list of schools u can try . They generally distribute application forms between September and November. U can call 23333333 or 22222222 for procuring their phone nos and addresses.
1. Tiny Twinklers School, J P Nagar 6th phase
2. JSS Public School, BSK 2nd stage
3. Aurobindo Memorial High School, BSK 2nd stage
4. DPS, Konanakunte
5. Jyothi Kendriya Vidyalaya, Konanakunte
6. Kumarans school, K R road
7. Silicon City Public School, Konanakunte
8. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar School, Kanakpura main road
9. Innisfree House School, J P Nagar 2nd phase
10. PSBB, Bannerghatta road
11. St. Pauls school, J P Nagar 3rd phase

These are schools in Blore South area. check out the area where u stay so the commuting is less.
All of the above schools have van facility. Only Jyothi KV does not have nursery. Rest all have nursery to 10th std and are fairly good schools in this neighbourhood. U will have to check out the CBSE and ICSE board though.
ALl the best.

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