THE SCHOOL BUILDING
In the serene ambience of the cool Malleshwaram area of Bangalore, ‘Brahmi’ – as the school building is named, is the beautiful structure of the school with a grandiose appearance.
With an ample space provided for a quadrangle with a stage, the classrooms are big with enough ventilation. This new school building’s construction was started in the year 1985 and was completed in 1992 with the entire required infrastructure.
Apart from the attractive stage; the school also has a main and a mini conference hall wherein programmes of various kinds can be conducted.
The School science laboratories are well equipped with all the necessary equipments to conduct experiments with ease.
In the course of two decades, the school has grown from a student strength of 17 to 2700 students and has a staff of 120 members.
The School has not lagged behind in providing facilities and opportunity for all its students to keep up with new technological developments. Accordingly a well equipped computer section has been established and not a single student goes out of this institution without good exposure by qualified staff to computers and their use in learning.
The school has been known for imbibing in the students a rich tradition of cultural heritage. It’s been an annual feature in the school to celebrate every important religious festival, an annual day and various other events.
The students have brought laurels to the school not only in academics but also in co-curricular activities and sports.
The school provides effective and affordable quality education with a holistic approach.
Kishora Kendra is the youngest of the educational institutions managed by the Mysore Education Society. This was started in the year 1979 as a play center and now has grown into a composite school having the Pre-primary, Primary and High school sections and the Junior college, recognized by the government of Karnataka.
The school provides a congenial atmosphere to develop the talents of the children to learn uninhibitedly. Apart from imparting formal education, Kishora Kendra emphasizes the importance of inculcating love and respect for our rich culture and secular heritage.