Campus School, CCS HAU

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Campus School
Maroon logo with white background
Entrance of Campus School
Satyamev Jayate
Truth Stands Invincible
Location
CCS HAU
Hisar, Haryana, 125004, India
Coordinates 29°15′09″N 75°42′56″E / 29.25250°N 75.71556°E / 29.25250; 75.71556Coordinates: 29°15′09″N 75°42′56″E / 29.25250°N 75.71556°E / 29.25250; 75.71556
Information
School type Public, Senior Secondary
Established 14 November 1971 (1971-11-14)
Founder A. L. Fletcher
Status Open
School board CBSE
School number 530002
School code 04035
Chairman Vice-Chancellor (CCS HAU)
Principal Jagmander Singh
Vice-chairman Controlling Officer (CCS HAU)
Faculty 37
Years offered 12
Gender Co-educational
Age 6 years to 18 years
Student to teacher ratio 29:1
Classes offered Class I to class XII
Medium of language English
Language English, Hindi
Hours in school day 6 hours
Campus type Urban
Houses Subhash, Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore, Vivekanand
Colour(s)           White and Blue (Summer)
          White and Grey (Winter)
Sports Volleyball
National ranking 3rd (2009)
First SSC Batch passed in 1977
First HSC Batch passed in 1985
Clubs Literary & Creative, Mathematics, Scientific Skills, Performing Arts, ECO and Health & Wellness
Website

Campus School is a public, English medium, senior secondary co-educational school situated in the Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCS HAU) campus, in Hisar, India. Established in 1971, it caters to the children of CCS HAU employees and students from nearby areas.

History[edit]

The school was inaugurated on 14 November 1971 by the then Finance Minister, Om Prakash Jain. S. Verma was appointed as the first principal. It received Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) accreditation in July 1972.[1] The school has a big open air theatre and a big auditorium , mainly, used for prayers.

Notable alumni[edit]

Naveen Jindal- Leading Industrialist of India

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