Frequently Asked Questions

1In what way is JHS different from other schools?
The School not only concentrates on the gentle unfolding of the total personality of children, it also provides academic excellence coupled with training to induce the right attitudinal change to develop in them the sense of service to others. JHS gives lot of emphasis to our culture and practice its noble principles like service, non-violence, respect to other religions, living in harmony with nature etc.
2Where is the school located and how to reach?
JHS is located in Kannamangala, Whitefield Main Road, East Bangalore opposite Vydehi Clinic and Day Care Centre, and is well connected to the rest of the city.

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3Which educational bodies is JHS affiliated to?
JHS follows the Finnish curriculum and is aligned to the learning objectives of CBSE.
4How well can the students cope up with CBSE if they are from a different board?
There will not be any difficulty as ICSE and CBSE are of equal standards. This has been the experience of a large number of our students and teaching staff.
5Which are the grades for which admission can be sought?
Admissions will be available for Pre-Primary to Grade V.
6 How can I register my ward’s name for admission?
Application forms can be either downloaded from the website or picked up from corporate office or school campus. Filled in application forms with registration fees and photocopy of the report card of the previous grade (for students of Grade II to Grade V) to be submitted for the registration.
1What are the documents required for admission?

a.Birth Certificate from the Municipal Corporation / Civic Authorities

b.A copy of the latest progress report certified by the school in which the student last studied ( if applicable )

c. 2 individual passport size color photographs of the students and the parents to be enclosed

d. Transfer Certificate / Migration Certificate

e. Wellness Record duly signed by the physician.

2What will be the class strength in each grade?
The class strength will not exceed 30-35 students at each grade level and 20 in Pre-primary section.
3What is teacher–taught ratio at JHS?
JHS has the best and highly accomplished faculty with proven abilities. A small class size of 30-35 students ensure that staff is able to focus adequate time and attention on their students.
4Does the school give importance for culture and human values too?
The school aims at exposing the students to various aspects of Indian culture and value system. It organises special talks and makes students participate in spiritual activities. Only by participating and experiencing, the students can imbibe values because values are not taught but demonstrated.
5 How is a student monitored if he is weak in particular subject(s)?
Academically weak students are meticulously observed and are made to follow a well devised regimen of learning pattern that helps them to overcome their weakness and join the main stream. Observations and daily school work monitors a child’s performance and his weaknesses. On the basis of the monitoring, suitable tutoring and remedial classes are conducted wherein personalised tutoring ensures mapping of the child’s academic progress.
6What kind of importance is given to sports?

JHS believes in training the body as much as in training the mind. Excellent facilities are provided for both outdoor and indoor games. Under the guidance of trained personnel, students can exercise at the gym or take part in any game. The sports complex “KREEDA” boasts of several facilities like a 5-lane mini Olympic-size swimming pool, a synthetic tennis court, a synthetic basketball court, 3 badminton courts, a table tennis playing arena, a cricket field turf with practice pitches, snooker, a gymnasium, an indoor running track and a fitness centre with multi-purpose rooms.

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