Dear Sophia Alumni,
Your Alma Mater, Sophia, turns 75 this year. Here is an opportunity for you to reconnect with your roots. Please fill in the form to register as an alumni of the school. The alumnus gathering for the platinum year will be held on 3rd August, 2024 at 5:00 p.m. https://sophiahighschool.org/alumni_reg.php

OUR VALUES

Extending values beyond the classroom by making sure skills and concepts taught in the classroom are authentically useful in the world beyond school.

OUR STRATEGY

Offering a multicultural and friendly environment in which students can successfully learn basic skills and core academic content, develop their special

OUR MISSION

Inspiring students to achieve potential and personal goals through activities that are developmentally appropriate,
individually paced,

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Welcome to Sophia High School

Sophia High School, situated on 70, Palace Road, Bangalore is an all girls, Catholic institution founded in 1949 by Mother Andersson of the Religious Order of the Sacred Heart. Since 1972, the school has been run by the Sisters of Notre Dame under the Barat Society and is placed under the patronage of Mary, Mother of Jesus.

Situated in the sylvan surroundings of central Bangalore, Sophia High School is one of the finest examples of premier English education in the city. Founded in January 1949, Sophia is enriched by the patronage of two saintly religious women;

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*An Unforgettable Experience : Students of Sophia High School Gain Inspiration and Insight from the Indian Army at Nathula Pass.*
Students of standard 9 got an opportunity to interact with the Indian army at Nathula Pass, located on the India-China border during their excursion to Sikkim. It was a truly motivating experience for the students. They got an insight into the challenges faced by the soldiers on a daily basis and gain a better understanding of the importance of national security. This firsthand experience has left a lasting impression on the students and has inspired them to be more committed towards serving their country.


“Truth and universal
love.”

The School crest, adopted in February 1957,
illustrates the profound significance of the school motto