At Chennai Public School, curricular and non-curricular activities are given equal importance. Children are encouraged to perform to their full capacity by giving them thorough training in the field they choose. The dynamic educational program and the unique blend of curriculum enables easy transition of students from school to tertiary education anywhere in the world.

Chennai Public School has an enormous library of books and digital content that allows the child to excel in learning the concepts better and understand better. The school has various clubs like Dragon club, Ping Pong club, Kings club, Volley-ball club, Cricket club, English club, Fine-Arts club, Language club, Sci-fi club and Badminton and Kho-Kho clubs for sports.

The CARE (Chennai Public School Academy for Research in Education) funded by KNET, conducts research and opens new horizons in providing new methodologies of teaching and bringing in quality education. CARE also provides E-learning classes to the children of Chennai Public School.

The Chennai Public School practices the ethics of love and compassion towards all and commits to overall development of the children.


One comment

  1. Sekar · October 28, 2013

    As am planning to admit my second daughter in your school for +1, I would appreciate if you can provide the following details
    1.my daughter is a tennis player, is there any special coaching for her to continue?
    2.School bus & covered location
    3.Extra curriculum activities in the school
    4. About boarding facility in the school and fees structure
    5. What will be the school strength and class room?
    Appreciate your detailed response.
    Thanking you.
    Kind regards,

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