In spite of having a great number of schools, only a few schools reached the list of Top 10 Schools in Bangladesh. For excellent facilities, good grades, qualified teachers, and sophisticated campus they are considered to be the best schools in Bangladesh. And these schools have been selected and put on the list of the best schools in Bangladesh by the education board.
Here we are going to walk you through the top 10 schools in Bangladesh considering their performance, results, environment, success rate and achievements as well as some other statistics. Keep reading.
Also read: Top 10 Universities in Bangladesh
Viqarunnisa Noon School
Viqarunnisa Noon School named by Viqar un Nisa Noon an Austrian-Pakistani social worker and wife of the governor of East Pakistan. The school was established in 1952. Viqarunnisa Noon School & College is always on the list of best schools and colleges in SSC and HSC results and other various activities and competition. With 4 branches and 25000 students, it’s one of the largest schools in Bangladesh.
Government Laboratory High School
Government Laboratory High School was built by Muhammad Osman Gani in 1961. The sole purpose of the establishment was to facilities trainees of “Teacher’s Training College” to practice.
This school has a reputation to get 100% pass in every public examination. It has a big library for students. Govt Lab school are always there to shine and achieve high grades.
Ideal School and College
Ideal School and College is one of the top notch schools and always in the top list of schools in Dhaka. It has total 3 branches in Motijheel, Banasree and recently opened in Mugda. They first started from Motijheel branch and after success, they broadened their premises. This school was the most successful school in BD in 2008. And still, they rank 3rd in the Top 10 schools in Bangladesh list.
Rifles Public School and College
Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public School and College was built for the offspring of Border Guards Bangladesh personnel, but civilians can also study in this school and college. The institution was established on 2 August 1977 as a primary school and facilities till 12 standards. This school also have an English medium branch.
Dhaka Residential Model College
The school referred to DRMC resided in Mohammdpur Dhaka. It’s one of the largest residential school in Bangladesh. 1000 of the students reside in the dormitory of this school.
Rajuk Uttara Model School & College
RUMSC was established in 1994 on 4.5 acres of land with one building. Now it has two buildings for students. Around 5000 students are studying in this school. Rajuk School has all kind of standard facility for students in both Bengali and English medium.
Holy Cross Girls’ High School
Holy Cross Girls’ High School is a Catholic school, yet open for all religions students. The school has a high reputation in the study and other co-curricular activities. Holy Cross started its journey from a kindergarten school to one of the finest school of Bangladesh. This school is only for girls.
Chittagong Collegiate School and College
Chittagong Collegiate School and College was known as Chittagong Government School. One of the oldest school in Bangladesh, established in 1836. It’s the first English medium school in Chittagong. According to statics its top school of Chittagong.
Saint Joseph Higher Secondary School
Saint Joseph Higher Secondary School is a Catholic high school for only boys. This school provides education from 3rd grades to 12th grades. Saint Joseph School has approx. 2000 student for SSC and HSC examination. The school is one of the renowned schools in Bangladesh.
Dhanmondi Government Boys’ High School
Dhanmondi Government Boys’ High School was established in 1965 and it follows Bengali medium curriculum. This school is only for boys. This is a government school located at the intersection of Mirpur Road and Manik Miah Avenue.
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