The Frank Anthony Public School (or FAPS) is a co-educational day school, for students of age 4–18 years, in Bangalore, India. It was founded in 1967 by the Anglo-Indian educationist and barrister-at-law, Frank Anthony, who was also the Founder-Chairman of the All India Anglo-Indian Educational Trust which, today, owns and administers five schools named after him, including The Frank Anthony Public School, New Delhi, The Frank Anthony Public School, Bengaluru, The Frank Anthony Public School, Kolkata and three Frank Anthony Junior Schools in the cities of Bangalore, Kolkata and Delhi.
The school officially opened on 9 January 1967, being the third of the three Frank Anthony Public Schools in India. It is established, owned, and administered by the All-India Anglo-Indian Education Institution, New Delhi, registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. It is affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.
The school is divided into the Nursery Section, the Junior Section, and the Senior Section. Each class has three sections in the Junior section, and five in the senior section. Before 2017, there were four in the senior section.
Students of classes 11 and 12 are divided into three sections:
Science (English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Computer Applications),
Commerce (English, Commerce, Accounts, Economics, Sociology/Second Language)
Humanities (English, Literature in English, second language, History, Sociology, Political Science).
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How to contact The Frank Anthony Public School?
You can call The Frank Anthony Public School at their phone number 080 2554 0973