School Details

Government High School, Konappana Agrahara

"The only high school educating students from around 8 villages"


School started in the year 2007, current strength is around 352 students (boys-160, Girls-192).


SSLC 2015-16- Pass percentage: 44.5% (Total appeared- 101, pass-45). Highest score: 88.96%


Infrastructure: Infosys foundation built entire school building to facilitate both High school and Primary in the year 2012.

Mid-Day Meals: is being supplied by ELCIA Trust through Akshaya Patra.

Water Supply: ELCIA Trust is supplying water to school since 2015.

Civic Awareness: Civic responsibility refers to “active participation in the public life of a community in an informed, committed, and constructive manner, with a focus on the common good”. Children Movement for Civic Awareness is engaged for this project to kindle and nurture, to inculcate democratic values in children.

Waste Management: Students were taken to ELCIA SWM facility and Velakani Bio gas plant to promote waste segregation at source and to let them know the harms of pollution.

Sexuality Education: Due to rise in sexual abuse & lack of menstrual hygiene care issues in the schools, sexuality education was given to girl students through Mythri Speaks organization.

Motivational Session

Self Defence Program: Conducted for High School girl Students.

Educational Trips: ELCIA Trust had taken SSLC Students to Mahatma Gandhi Institute of rural energy & development (MGIRED), Jakkur, where they had a wonderful practical experience of various science experiments on sustainability.

Educational trip for SSLC students to Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium.

Around 200 students were taken to PVR, Koramangala to watch Hawa Hawaii movie.

Science Exhibition: Science and Math exhibition was organized at school, to encourage and appreciate students, exam notepads and geometry boxes were given to all the participants.

Kite Festival: ELCIA Trust had organized Kite festival with a theme ‘A kite raises against, not with the wind’ on 13.01.2016 around 200 students enjoyed flying kites.