Sophia High School is a private school in Bangalore, India. The middle and high schools are for girls only, while the primary school is open to both boys and girls.
Sophia High School is located in central Bangalore, India. In 1948, it was taken over by a group of Catholic sisters and opened as the Convent of the Sacred Heart. In 1957, it was renamed Sophia High School after St Madeline Sophie Barat. It overlooks the Vidhan Soudha and Bangalore golf courses.
In 1972, the Society of the Sacred Heart handed off Sophia High School to the School Sisters of Notre Dame. The school has since grown significantly and now has over 2,000 students from many different ethnicities. The Times of India calls it one of Bangalore’s top schools with a historic past.
Sophia High School prepares students for the 10th-grade ICSE and 12th-grade ISC examinations. The medium of instruction is English. Subjects offered include English, Science, Mathematics, Hindi, Kannada, French, History and Civics, Geography Environmental Studies and Economic Applications, Computer Applications, Physical Education, and Art as an elective.
The ISC program at the school offers three streams: Science, Commerce, and Humanities. Each stream requires English and two other subjects, with a choice of additional subjects from Psychology, Chemistry, Economics, Biology, Computer Science, and Elective English. In 2018 and 2019, individual girls from the school performed in the top few students in Bangalore in ICSE and ISC examinations.
The Sophia Opportunity School educates disabled children and undertakes social action programs. It was founded in 1972 to help children with learning disabilities and works to mainstream them back into the main school when possible.
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How to contact Sophia High School?
You can call Sophia High School at their phone number 080 2220 8794 or you can visit their website https://sophiahighschool.org/contact.php.