Great Indian Schools | Kerala Public School

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The season 2 of Great Indian schools – an initiative by Great Place to Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India. This episode showcases the journey of Kerala Public School, a school that nurtures the talent of every student.

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The season 2 of Great Indian schools – an initiative by Great Place to Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India.

This episode showcases the journey of Kerala Public School, a school that nurtures the talent of every student.

About-

The journey of Kerala Public School began in 1996, when the bricks of its foundation were laid under the kind guardianship of the Chairman of KPS Trust, Late A. P. R. Nair. Founded with a unique vision, this school, has been carrying forward the legacy of quality education effectively. This school started off with a cluster of 15 teachers and 250 students and today it has 3267 students and 158 staff members. The school is affiliated with ICSE and ISC boards and their mission is to elevate the ability of every child to the maximum.

“With all the dignity within me and around me I affirm that I am a happy soul. For happiness is my desire and my presence shall always be a catalyst for the world around me, this was the belief late founder and Chairman Sir: A.P.R Nair had, with which he started the Kerala Public School. In the early 80s when the school education was imparted by a random few, our chairman ventured into the domain into the school education with a pure aim for providing quality education at an affordable cost.” - Sharat Chandran (Director, KPS)

Education beyond the classroom -

KPS, Kadma endeavors to provide all-round development to its students and with its unteamed sports, extra-curricular programs and special initiatives it is meeting its objective. Apart from academics the school also provides Taekwondo, Puppet shows, The karnatak, Sand art, music and dance and much more.

Watch the video of Kerala Public School, Kadma to know more about how the quest for Ethics and Education led to the culmination of Kerala Public School.

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