Police Public School is a school dedicated to providing quality education to the children of police officers, with an emphasis on those from the lower ranks. The school was established on June 1, 2008, and admitted its first batch of 350 students from LKG to 6th grade. Admissions were offered exclusively to the children of police officers, and preference was given to those from the lowest ranks of the force. In order to be admitted, children had to pass an admission test.
Starting from the academic year 2009-2010, 30% of the admissions were opened to the public, with the aim of fostering good relations with the community and promoting a diverse student body. The school is committed to providing an excellent academic environment for the children of police officers and solicits the cooperation of all stakeholders to achieve this goal.
The Police Public School is run by the Karnataka State Reserve Police Multipurpose Society as a welfare measure to provide quality education to the children of police officers. The curriculum is based on the common program taught throughout India and is affiliated with the CBSE New Delhi.
The school is located on a 6.5-acre campus in KSRP Koramangala, surrounded by lush greenery and a peaceful atmosphere. The campus is guarded 24/7 by police personnel.
The school's mission is to provide quality education to meet the needs of children and promote national integration. The school aims to develop well-rounded individuals with strong physical, mental, intellectual, and spiritual components, regardless of their background. The school strives to instill healthy competition among students so they can achieve their best and become world-class citizens who embody our national spirit and secular values. The school also aims to promote self-reliance and self-confidence among its students.
The school's vision is to create an environment that fosters the overall development of its students through an integrated approach. The school strives to equip its students with knowledge, skills, self-confidence, and self-esteem so they can become global citizens who are prepared to succeed in life.