From the Manager & Correspondent
Greetings and Best Wishes to All.
Christ the King Public School endeavors to awaken joy of creative expression and knowledge in every child that walks its portals.
We truly have a fantastic school with a supportive and involved parent community, dedicated and highly skillful staff, excellent resources and infrastructure and the most fabulous students to work with. We are well assured that with the help of all the stakeholders and with their continuous support, we will be able to take our school to the highest level of excellence. We will continue working with you for the best interests of our beloved students and our community at large.
True to what German Physicist Albert Einstein believed “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school’, we at CKPS educate children entrusted to our care to embrace humanity at its best and worst and succeed in life with an ardent desire to make the world a better place for all.
Rev. Dr. Divia Paul
Manager & Correspondent
‘Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got a hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible.” says Bernard Shaw. Together with my colleagues at CKPS, I am privileged to lead this esteemed institution to greater heights.
Our Vision is to create a society where all children feel loved, respected, and encouraged to develop to their fullest potential as innovators, leaders, and above all, as good human beings.
With full trust in the providence of God, I will strive to work with passion for the growth of the institution and the well-being of each student. Let the flame of CKPS burn brightly and create a glorious legacy in the days ahead. I thank the Archdiocesan Board of Education, and Rev. Dr. Divia Paul, the Manager, and the Correspondent, for trusting me with this great task.
I wish everyone an eloquent journey of engaging dreams and a never-ending story of success at CKPS.
Ms. Sajana Priya
Message from the Archbishop
Learning is a life-long process and educational institutions contribute much in this process. I am happy that Christ the King Public School founded in 2011 which is a unit of the Archdiocesan Board of Education is progressing well in providing quality academic education, imbibing moral values and instilling in children an attitude of love and reverence for one’s own life, and the lives of others.
It is also encouraging to note that the school instils sportsmanship in every student through various on-field and indoor games. Knowledge and experience imparted in educational institutions, both academic and non-academic always pays rich dividends, as Benjamin Franklin put it ‘An investment in Knowledge pays the best interest’.
I wish the staff and students of Christ the King Public School continued success and cordially impart my blessings upon the Institution.
Most Rev. Dr. Peter Machado
Archbishop of Bangalore
Preparing and inspiring students to lead meaningful lives, rooted in the teachings of Christ such that students discover and develop their God-given talents and grow in Wisdom, Strength and Knowledge.
Christ the King Public School was inaugurated in the year 2011. Currently, it is affiliated to the CISCE, India’s most premier Education Institutes.
The affiliation code of our school is KA390.
Christ the King Public School (ICSE) fosters an enthusiastic, creative community of learners prepared to continue their spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical development.
We prepare and motivate our students in an environment of respect and inclusion for a rapidly changing world by instilling in them critical thinking skills, a global perspective, and a respect for core values of honesty, loyalty, perseverance, and compassion.
To empower all students to embrace learning, achieve their personal best and build their spiritual, emotional, social and physical well-being.
To train students to participate in and contribute to the global world as responsible citizens and leaders of integrity.
To enable student to practice the core values of the school: respect, tolerance, inclusion and excellence.