Baldwin Girls’ High School is an all-girls Methodist school that was founded in 1880. Baldwin Girl’s High School has an enrollment of more than 5000 students and follows the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education syllabus, with classes from pre-nursery up to the tenth grade.
Baldwin Girl’s High School is part of the Baldwin group of Institutions, run by the Methodist Church in India. The brother school, Baldwin Boys’ High School, is a five-minute walk away from Richmond Road.
Baldwin Girl’s High School offers ICSE [Indian Certificate of Secondary Education]as a course of study. The Primary School section (from Pre-Nursery to Standard IV) caters to children with the main focus on the development of the child in the classroom and in relation to the world outside.
The Middle School (from Standard V- VII) provides a framework of academic challenge and exposure to a plethora of co-curricular activities to build skills and confidence. A hierarchy of leadership at class levels is framed, which insists on a sense of responsibility and enforces discipline patterns with elected prefects in charge of activities.
The High School (from Standard VIII – X) is a curriculum highly competitive and demanding in terms of academics along with a well-planned structure for the co-curricular activities like debate, elocution, dramatics, environmental studies, music and projects in science and humanities at both inter-house and inter-school levels.
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How to contact Baldwin Girl's High School?
You can call Baldwin Girl's High School at their phone number 080 4049 3000 or you can visit their website https://baldwingirls.edu.in/.