India Schools : Hyderabad Public School
The Management of the institution was then handed over by the Government to the newly constituted Hyderabad Public School Society and the school was renamed as “The Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet”. Dr.S.Radhakrishnan was the first President of the Society.
The school started in 1923 as a Jagirdar College, an exclusive residential institution for the princely wards of Jagirdars.
Departing from its princely status admission, the school was thrown open to boys of all communities. The school remained exclusively for boys until 1978 but from 1979 girls began to be admitted as day scholars. Now the school has residential facilities for both Boys and Girls.
Council of Indian School Certificate Examination. The school is up to Class XII.
There is an admission test. The minimum age for Class PP-I is 3+, and Class I the minimum age is 5+ years
Extra Curricular Activities
The school aims at providing a healthy, liberal, sound and all-round education to children in an atmosphere free from all inhibitions and prejudices. It prepares them to be good, responsible and useful citizens of India.