Holy Cross High School (Bandura)

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Bandura Holy Cross High School is a Catholic secondary school founded in 1912 by the Congregation of Holy Cross at Bandura in Nababgonj (Nawabgonj) Thana of the Dhaka district of Bangladesh.

It is situated on the bank of the river Ichhamoti, near Bandura Bus Stand and Launch terminal. For an outstanding contribution in the education sector, Bandura Holy Cross High School was awarded National Best School Award by the government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.

Bandura Holy Cross High School is run by the Holy Cross Brothers of Bangladesh. They are the head of the school managing body. Representatives from locally prominent people and guardians of students are also in the governing structure.

In the school there are 5 classes (6 to 10).


Bandura Holy Cross High School

Village: Puraton Bandura,
P.O.: Hashnabad,
Thana (P.S.): Nawabgonj,
District: Dhaka-1321,

Coordinates: 23°39′35″N 90°06′37″E / 23.6597°N 90.1104°E / 23.6597; 90.1104