Clarence High School was founded in 1914 in Richards Town, Bangalore, by the Redwood brothers, Alfred and Walter. It is an English medium co-educational day school. The school offers education from UKG (Prep.) to class XII, is affiliated with the Council of Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), and conducts its Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) exam in class X and India School Certificate (ISC) in class XII.
The school campus comprises a number of blocks boasting classrooms, science and math laboratories, a computer laboratory, music room and physical education department. There is a separate block and playground for kindergarten students; and a new block named Steward Block for the Special Needs Education department.
The library houses almost 9,000 books and various journals and periodicals. A huge playground is provided for sports such as football, cricket, basketball, throwball, etc.
The school affiliated with the Council of Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) and conducts its Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) exam in class X and India School Certificate (ISC) in class XII.
In Plus Two (class XI and XII), the school offers three streams—science, commerce and humanities. Some of the elective offered are physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology in the science stream; accountancy, economics in the commerce stream; and economics, history, political science in the humanities stream.
Participation in various extracurricular activities such as music, drama, theatre, art and craft. Public speaking, creative writing, dumb charades, and literary activities is encouraged. Sports activities include cricket, football, basketball, throwball, table tennis, chess and athletics. Students can also be part of the Interact club, which organizes social welfare activities.
Dr. Jerry George
The admission process begins in end January. Registration forms are available on 30th and 31st January, 2014 at the school office and online. Children are admitted into UKG. Meeting with parents and children takes place in February. Donations are not accepted. Recommendation letters are not entertained.
The school does not provide accommodation