Bishop Cotton Boys School had its genesis in the vision of Bishop George Lynch Cotton of Calcutta. His idea was to set up schools to educate European and Eurasian children of limited means. The idea received support from the Viceroy, Lord Canning. The school in Bangalore became a reality in the hands of Rev. Samuel Thomas Pettigrew, Chaplain of St. Marks Church. Bishop Cotton School opened its doors in a humble house on High Grounds on the 19th of April, 1865, with Mr. G. Reynolds as its first Headmaster.A school whose rich history is blended with surging innovation, Bishop Cotton Boys School has left its mark on all aspects of education. Cottons is a perfect mixture of holistic education coupled with character building, co-curricular activities and sports all in a sheath of discipline and respect towards the Almighty. With a campus spread over 13 acres and state of the art technology present all over, Cottons boasts of being one of the best places to study at.After standing tall for 153 years, Bishop Cotton Boys School has won the accolade of the Eton of the East, and stands tall as Bangalores leading school, one of Indias three top-ranked schools, and the No: 1 among all metro schools in India, with students of the school who have gone on to shine in different walks of life, all over the world.
St. Josephs Indian High School, opened in 1904 is conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), a religious order of the Catholic Church, founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1540. The Jesuits are active in the field of education throughout the world. In India, they run many schools and colleges. These institutions are part of the Catholic Church effort to impart education to the people of India.
Rashtriya Military schools were established as King George Royal Indian Military schools to take care of the education of the sons of defence personnel. In 1952, the schools were reorganized on Public School lines and admissions were made open to the sons of Defence Service Officers and civilians. In 1954, the school became member of the Indian Public Schools Conference (IPSC) and continues to be an active member till date. The schools were renamed Military Schools in 1966 and its old motto, ‘Play the Game’ was replaced with ‘Sheelem Param Bhushanam’ which means Character is the Highest Virtue. On 25th Jun 2007, the schools got their present name “Rashtriya Military School”. The school has several of its alumni occupying high positions in the Armed Forces and in other sectors doing stellar service to the motherland.Located in Museum Road,RICHMOND TOWN P.O