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Bluebells School International
Co- educational, CBSE affiliated, points based admission

About the School
Bluebells School International was set up in 1957 by a Hungarian lady named Marie Guha. The school started out of a house in Jor Bagh, subsequently added a branch in Lajpat Nagar and eventually moved to the current premises in Kailash. The school prides itself on its international outlook, epitomizing Rabindranath Tagore's vision of humanity as one family. It is the same thinking that underlies the school's motto- "One planet- the Earth, One Family- Mankind".

Address
Bluebells School International
Kailash (Opposite Lady Shriram College)
New Delhi- 110048
Telephone- 29232963
Fax- 29231920
e-mail: contactus@bluebellsinternational.com
Website: www.bluebellsinternational.com

Facilities
Bluebells School International is housed on a 3 acre campus in South Delhi. The four storied school building comprises of 90 class rooms, 4 multipurpose halls, an AV room and an auditorium. The auditorium has a capacity of 400 people. The AV room is fully equipped with projectors, screens and a large collection of CD's and DVD's.

Other facilities include a Teachers Resource Center for keeping the staff updated with latest trends; a Multimedia Centre; an Art Gallery; a Language Laboratory equipped for teaching French/ Japanese/ Russian/ Spanish/ German and a Recording Studio.

Age Criteria and Seats in 2017-2018
The admissions made in 2017- 2018 were to the Nursery i.e. Pre- School Class. Children aged three years or more as on 31/03/2017 were eligible for admission. The total number of seats available was 140, out of which 77 were for General category candidates, 35 were for EWS candidates and 28 were for the management quota.

Admission Timeline for 2017-2018
The school adopted the following timeline in 2017-2018

Sale of Forms 02/01/2017- 14/02/2017
Submission By 14/02/2017
First List 07/03/2017
Second List 17/03/2017


Admission Criteria
The school uses a point-based system for admissions. The criteria and their weightages are as below

Neighborhood 50 points.

Students living along existing bus routes get 50 points.
Sibling 15 points.

Applicants are given 15 points if a real brother or sister is already studying in the school.
Alumni 25 points.

The candidate is given 25 points if either parent is an alumnus of the school.
Staff Ward 10 points.

Ward of staff are given 10 points.
Total 100 points.


Documents Required
The school requires that successful applicants produce the following documents.
  • An attested copy of the Municipal Birth Certificate of child
  • Vaccination and Blood Group Certificate
  • An attested copy of proof of residence
  • For alumni cases- school leaving/ passing certificate with admission number/ board examination registration number

Cutoffs in 2017-2018
The school published the scores of all registered candidates. The first list released by the school had the names of 77 candidates. The distribution of scores was as follows- 2 candidates scored 90 points, 16 candidates scored 75 points, 45 candidates scored 65 points, 1 candidate scored 60 points and 13 candidates scored 50 points. The school released a waiting list with the names of 19 candidates each of whom had scored 50 points.

Class XII Results
36 of the 92 candidates who appeared in the Class XII examination in 2016- 2017 scored more than 90%. The stream toppers were Science- 96.4%; Commerce- 96.4% and Humanities- 95.8%.


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