Bangalore Seventh-Day Adventist Higher Secondary School (Bangalore, Karnataka, IN)

A coeducational day school offering instruction up to the twelfth standard, or School Leaving Certificate. It is operated at Bangalore, Karnataka state, by the Karnataka Section of the South India Union of the Southern Asia Division. Enrollment in 1993 was 2,000. The school was opened in 1941 as an elementary church school, with 30 students and Edna Dyer as teacher. In 1954 additional classrooms were constructed, along with an auditorium and boys’ and girls’ dormitories. In January 1955 the Bangalore Middle School was opened as a coeducational English language boarding school with the equivalent of 10 grades. In 1961 the boarding section was closed and the school operated as a day school only. In 1967 the school was accredited with the Council for the Indian School Certificate examinat...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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