The School and The IDEAL
It was realized by Swami Vivekananda that the rejuvenation of India
was not possible without the proper education of her women.
Even before starting the Belur Math, he was planning to start a centre where girls could be educated on national lines. Sister Nivedita's noble heart was quick to respond to his suggestion to work for Indian women and she dedicated her life to the cause.

Free Coaching Classes were started in 1988 for the poor children of the neighbourhood. Classes are held in the Christine Bhavan from 7 to 9 in the morning on four days a week. 
The children are given free tiffin on those days.

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Throughout each of the years under review, in addition to the curriculum, the students and staff were busily engaged in various extra-curricular and co-curricular activities

Admission Class I
Admission Class V
Nature-Study Camps
Value Orientation Camps
Physical Activities including Annual Sports
Geography Talent Search Tests
Yogasan Contest
Inter-School Competitions in Recitations

The School Building --- Besides the old, beautiful and spacious building with 35 rooms and a prayer hall, the school has 6 more buildings of its own which accommodate the Secondary Section, the Primary Section and the Industrial Section.
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“Both the Primary and Secondary Sections begin work everyday with the chanting of Vedic Mantra and other Sanskrit hymns and prayers. A small book containing these hymns and prayers is issued by the school for the use of the students.
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