Jain Heritage School

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Jain Heritage School
IndiaBangalore, India
Established 2006
Founder Dr. Chenraj Roychand

Jain Heritage School, (JHS), India, is a co-educational, day boarding school with a day care centre, started by the Jain Group of Institutions.


The school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) from Nursery to 10 and Cambridge International Examination (IGCSE) from grade 7 to grade 9. It has a student-teacher ratio of 8:1, with 30 students to a class.


The school is located in Hebbal, on the Bangalore - Hyderabad National Highway (NH 7) behind Columbia Asia Hospital Bangalore, IT capital of India, is pleasant throughout the year and well connected to major cities of India by air, road and rail.


The school consists of classrooms equipped with E-Boards, AV learning aids, projection systems, faculty rooms, audiovisual lecture halls, activity rooms and labs. The library contains books, journals, audio-video CDs and DVDs, periodicals and journals.

The Food Court serves Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine, with desserts available.

The school has 15 playing areas for sports and games on its 160 acres (0.65 km2) campus.

KREEDA is a sports complex at Jain Heritage School with the following facilities:

  • Matsya - 8 lane Olympic size swimming pool with gallery for more than 400 spectators
  • Laana - synthetic tennis court
  • Shikya - synthetic basketball court
  • Patala - Table Tennis Centre
  • Phaalakaa - cricket field turf with practice pitches
  • Gulishanku - billiards and snooker
  • Udyatha - Cardio Fitness Centre


Student clubs[edit]

  • Hobby Club
  • Linguistic Club
  • Eco Science Club
  • Fine Arts Club

Co-curricular activities[edit]

Activities include music, literature, dance and drama, yoga, meditation, clay modeling, classical dance, and painting.

Sports coaches[edit]

Coaches at the school include Enricho Piperno (tennis), Vincent Subramaniam (football), Vijay Bharadwaj (cricket), JD Walsh (basketball), Brad Murphy (cricket) and Sri GK Vishwanath (table tennis).

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Coordinates: 13°02′55″N 77°36′06″E / 13.0487°N 77.6016°E / 13.0487; 77.6016