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The Valley School at Kanakpura Road Bangalore

Reviews on The Valley School at Kanakpura Road, Bangalore for parents


Thatguni Post, Kanakpura Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560082

Phone Number:

+91 80 28435240/1/2/3, +9591994447 



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Classes offered:

Class I to XII

Age criteria:

Class I - 6 years and above

Syllabus offered:


Fee Structure(yearly):

Class 1 to 10 - Approx.80,000
Class 11 & 12 - Approx.1,10,000

Admission Procedure:

categories for whom school give priority:
Children of teachers of this school
Children of alumni
Siblings of present students
Children of parents engaged in socially important areas like Health, Environment, Education and Research , all others

Kindly note that school does not test/ assess the child or parent but look for mutual understanding and compatibility with the school’s intent and philosophy, and not discriminate on any other grounds.
Written Exam: No
Parents Interview: Yes
Child Interview: No
Documents Required: D.O.B Certificate, Passport size photograph, Address proof

School Timings:

8:15 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.



Review Parameters:

a.Fees Charged: Moderately High
b.Co-curricular activities: Excellent
c.Academics: Excellent
d.Teachers to student's ratio: 1:40
e.Class Strength: 40
  • Playground: Sports and games facilities include a football field, two basketball courts, a kho­kho field, a volleyball court, a table tennis room, and indoor spaces for yoga and aerobics.
  • Classroom Quality: Well ventilated classrooms
  • Toy Library: N/A
  • Books Library: Available
  • Laboratory: Maths, Science Labs
  • Auditorium: The Study Centre has been created based on Krishnamurti’s vision, and is placed in a quiet corner of The Valley. The Centre also conducts dialogues which form a common platform for teachers, parents, and children, to learn and understand themselves
  • A resident Medical Doctor will attend to the basic health needs of the students.
  • Dining Hall
g.Events: School's Birthday, Sports and Atheltics day, Cultural Programme, Mela ( Festival of Art and Craft ), Science Day
h.Communication: PTM's held at regular intervals of time.

What You'll like:

  • Established in 1978
  • Educationworld Ranking 2016 - Ranked as 2nd among the schools of Bangalore
  • School is located in a picturesque valley with undulating hills and farms with a reserve forest on the fringe.  It has 110 acres of dense vegetation, with a  lake on one side and a running stream
  • The School offers a choice of Fully Residential or a Week Boarding Programme. Students who reside outside Bengaluru are expected to opt for the Fully Residential facility and the Week Boarding option is for the students whose families reside in Bengaluru
  • Culture classes save as a space for questioning, introspection, for discovery and observation of our own conditioning and our responses to situations.
  • The children involve themselves in various land care activities including planting and watering saplings and de­weeding, as well as in collecting the litter in the campus every month, in an attempt to make The Valley litter free.
  • The games activities include regular physical fitness exercises as well as matches. Though the school does not take part in any organized competitive sports, enough challenge is provided through coaching camps and invitations to outside teams for matches in various sports.
  • A two­ week Himalayan Trek for the students of Class XI each year is an opportunity to explore each one’s psychological as well as physical endurance. It also gives the students an unforgettable experience, and brings in a sense of silence and harmony, besides sensitising young minds to Nature.
  • The Art Village is the art centre of the school, a vibrant space for visiting artists in residence from across the globe, and a number of traditional craftsmen in permanent residence. Activities here aim at encouraging the students to explore their interest in visual and performing arts.
  • Parents are integral to the school. Their active participation creates an atmosphere of goodwill and togetherness; the parent community has been engaged with various areas of The Valley since its inception.
  • High School trips are longer duration and involve travel to distant places within the country for a first hand experience of treks, studies of culture, heritage, wildlife, biodiversity, art and architecture, anthropology etc.

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