Auden High School, Banashankari

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Auden High School
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Location
6, BSK 3rd Stage 2nd Phase 7th Block
Bangalore, Karnataka, 560085
India
Information
School type Unaided, English/Kannada Medium school
Motto Vidya Gurunam Guruhu
Established 1981
School district Bangalore Urban
President N. Ramanna
Gender Co-ed
Enrollment 1994
Number of students LKG – 10th Standard
Language English, Kannada, Hindi, Sanskrit
Affiliation Karnataka State Board

Auden High School, Banashankari is a co-ed English medium school in Bangalore. It was established in 1981 by Sri. N. Ramanna in the name of W. H. Auden, a great English poet.[1] It is located in Banashankari 3rd Stage 2nd Phase.

The school is affiliated to the Karnataka State Board from 1st to 10th standard. The medium of instruction is in both English and Kannada medium.

The institution is one of the first few ISO 9000-2001 certified institutions in South India.[1]

Sister Institutions[edit]

17, Girinagar, BSK III Stage, Bangalore - 85 Ph: 26721901

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