Valley Public  School

Valley Public School

Sundabarsti, Budhanilkatha-9 , Kathmandu

Krishna Prasad Adhikari

Founder Principal

Dear Parents, Guardians, well wishers and viewers of our website, The last 18 months or so has been one of the most difficult and challenging times for mankind. The COVID-19 Pandemic has been merciless to everyone, from rich to poor to young to old. It was a challenge of the Century for the Scientists, Drs and scholars across the Globe. Despite all these unprecedented challenges Valley Public High School is meeting the needs of school children and expectations of the Parents, Guardians and th... See More

Major Lil Bahadur Gurung  MBE

Chairman

Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, Community Leaders and Well Wishers,

 As I jot down my message my thoughts wonder back to March 2020 when COVID-19 was engulfing the World like a wildfire. We have been in “lockdown” ever since. The current situation is so complicated even the most renown scientists and the Drs are baffled by it’s origin and the variants there after. Like the World community and the rest of the Nepalese population, we in Valley Public High sch... See More

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Sundabarsti, Budhanilkatha-9 , Kathmandu

977 (01) 437 0987; + 977 (01) 437 6215

valleypublicschool2050@gmail.com

http://www.valleypublic.edu.np/

About Us

Valley Public  School

"Let  the light of Education  be Spread"

Driven by a strong will to implement his vision of what is now the School's motto, "Let the light of education be spread ", the Founder and Principal Krishna Prasad Adhikari established Valley Public High School in 1993 assisted by a vigorous team of dedicated academics .

The underlying ethos of Valley Public High School is to produce, within a challenging but supportive environment, high quality students having a strong work ethic, empathy for others with the potential to be future leaders. Valley Public High School seeks to draw students from a diverse Socio-economic background and different ethnic varieties.

Through highly qualified and dedicated staff, the School has utilized the latest teaching techniques and methodologies drawing on local and international resources, which has resulted in a long established record of academic excellence with a substantial number of students progressing to higher education and university education both locally and overseas. The School is well-equipped with an extensive information technology centre, science laboratory, library and e-library and audio visual class rooms.

 The School places considerable importance on sporting participation and provides facilities for a wide range of sports to accommodate students' preference and ability. Many students have been selected to represent Nepal at both local and international level.

 Under the leadership and direction of Valley Public High School, support and care is provided to its sister organizations Bhadrakali English Medium Secondary School and Valley Public Kindergarten.

The School enjoys a tranquil environment and is located at Sundarbasti, Budhanilkantha-8, Kathmandu, Nepal.

 Vision

To promote excellence and enjoyment in a vibrant teaching and learning environment.

 

 Mission

We seek to encourage individuality, foster respect for difference placing high value on learning from others within a proactive community school and caring, secure environment.

We strive to inspire and support all students to achieve their full potential for a successful and enjoyable life as responsible citizens with empathy and respect for others.

Values

The School places great importance on the following:

• Aspiration: Students are encouraged to fulfill their full potential and confident to achieve their goals

• Collaboration: Students develop skills to work in groups and team to achieve greater results.

• Compassion: service and action at School, locally and nationally

• Consideration: integrity, honesty, harmony, tolerance and respect for others

 • Commitment: recognition of our place and responsibilities within the community in which we live

• Courage: to challenge ourselves as individuals and as a community

• Resilience: strength to recover from adversity

 Philosophy

 We respect the dignity and merit of each child under our care believing that all children can be nurtured to achieve their full potential within a School environment that is both caring and challenging. We expect all children to be respectful, responsible and to rise to the challenges of life.

 

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Scholarship

The School provides scholarship to the limited number of students who have attained exceptional academic standards and for those of seriously disadvantaged circumstances. Successful applicants will be selected by a School Board whose decision is final. For further details, visit School website or talk to a member of School Administration.


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Admissions

Admission procedure commences three weeks prior to the beginning of the academic session with new admissions open from Nursery to Grade IX; and the successful SEE students may take this opportunity and register their names for different academic streams : Management, Humanities and Social Sciences, just after the declaration of SEE results. As the majority of seats have been taken up by regular students, places will be limited with the exception of nursery where seats are normally available.

 Application form can be downloaded from the school website or obtained directly from the school administration office. Applications must be completed accurately and supported by a passport -sized photograph and academic certificates from the previous School. No previous School documentation is required for Nursery admission.

All applicants will be called for written test in order to determine their competency of the grade they apply for. Applicants are expected to achieve 50% score of total marks at least.

1.Age criteria for admissions

Nursery: 2+ years on 15th January (Magh 1) of the year.

 2. Registration process

Download Registration Form from School website at www .valleypublic.edu.np  , or collect it in person from the School reception.

 3. After application, candidates will be notified of a date and time for a formal test Nursery- Ill: Interactive assessment of the child accompanied by the parents/guardians Grades IV and V: Written test in English, Math, Science and Nepali followed by interview Grades VI to IX: Written test in English, Math, Science and Nepali followed by interview Grades XI and XII: (Management, Science and Humanities) Written test in English, Maths and Nepali followed by interview. In normal circumstances no students are admitted to  Grades X and XII.

 4. Accepted students should produce

• 2 colour passport-sized photographs

• Attested copy of birth certificate

 • Transfer Certificate (T.C.) of previous School for class 4 onwards . No T.C. is required for admission of pre-primary

• Attested copy of previous class mark sheet for admission to Grades LKG and above

Download admission form from the School website or collect it in person from the School reception.


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Admission FAQ

It is best to apply as soon as you know that you are ready to enroll to your desired class or your SEE has been successful and the Academic streams offered by VPHS is an option for you. While there is no deadline for applications, we have limited vacancies and we follow a first come first serve policy, so apply early for your best chance of being admitted.

We are open from grade Play Group to Grade IX , and Grade XI.

 Entrance Examination followed by an interview to be accompanied by parents is mandatory to new-comer student.

Those who meets the school standard will be given place in Valley Public High School.

Forms can be collected from the school office or can be downloaded from our school website www.valleypublic.edu.np. Completed forms can then either be handed in person in the school or email in valleypublicschool2050@gmail.com

As part of the application approval process, all children have to participate in an age-appropriate entry assessment for basic math, languages (English and Nepali) and social interaction. This is needed to ensure a smooth and fully supported transition to the school and is by no means a “pass/fail” test. Parent interviews will also take place to ensure that their outlook towards education is in alignment with the school’s values and learning goals.

 No. The school believes that every child should have a right to apply to VPHS, and there is no monetary penalty for admission process.

● A completed application form along with 2 copies of latest Passport sized photograph.

● A Copy of student’s birth certificate

 ● Most recent Marks Sheet/Award/Certificate from the student’s previous or current school

 Once the admission committee finalizes the entrance dates, you will receive a call and an email with the details.

Under normal circumstances, the official admission process begins from 1st Chaitra every year but as the seats are limited, you will be able to reserve seats prior to the date once you are notified of your child’s selection.

Yes, our school offers varied scholarships to students on a need-cum-merit basis.

Scholarships are provided on the basis of merit as well as criteria set by NEB. Student candidates are required to appear in scholarship exams held by the school for which the school admission desk provides you with the dates and time of exam. Selection is transparent and fair and thus, it is mandatory to pass out the scholarship exams.

Facilities

The School has created a home-away-from-home environment within both the boys and girls hostels which are supervised by specially trained teachers who are responsible for the security, pastoral requirements, academic studies and free time activities for all hostel students. Every month the second Saturday is designated for parents/guardians to meet with their children between 12:00 am and 15:00 pm. Borders are permitted to sign out on the last Friday of each month against the strict requirement of reporting back to their hostel by 5:00 pm on Sunday unless prior permission has been obtained.

Separate and well-equipped laboratories of science at Valley Public are experimental and innovative hubs for the students to do hands-on experiments, following the scientific method of testing the theories and hypotheses taught in class. Students have the opportunities to design scientific investigations, engage in reasoning, manipulate equipment, record data, analyze results, and discuss their findings. These skills and knowledge, fostered by laboratory investigations, are an important part of scientific inquiry-the process of asking questions and conducting experiments as a way to understand the world around them. Laboratory experiments at Valley Public help students learn to work independently and collaboratively, use scientific reasoning and appropriate laboratory techniques to define and solve problems, and draw and evaluate conclusions based on evidences. Labs here correlate closely with classroom instructions and are not a separate activity. And Valley Public has ensured that each student here avails that opportunity to participate in those investigations in a safe and convenient environment.

The well-equipped and furnished information technology centre is installed with the latest technology enabling students to learn in a fully operational and proactive learning environment centrally controlled by information technology experts. Both senior and junior grades enjoy access to the information technology centre.

The library at Valley Public is home to hundreds of original and updated books ranging in subjects from science and technology to art and literature, and everything in general. The materials in the collection include fiction, non-fiction, text books, reference books, research reports, journals and magazines. The library provides students a facility to take books home that makes reading more convenient and fun. The e-section of the library houses over two dozen highly-configured computers with Internet connectivity, making online study, research and entertainment an experience like never before. Through regular weekly library classes for each grade, the world of knowledge, brought even closer and broader.

 The rapidly expanding library enjoys a wide selection of publications for all grades enabling project research and the assimilation of general knowledge. In addition, students have access to the e-library to further assist with their studies and there is a children's section for junior and pre-primary students.

The audio-visual centre is designed to provide facilities to further assist studies, and for extracurricular use. The center is equipped with audio-visual devices such as multimedia projector and amplified speakers that enhance the experience of watching and listening. Regular e-classes at the centre provide students with the opportunity to see the lessons taught in class come alive in rich sound and high-definition graphics, making the experience an unforgettable part of their learning.

Each Friday classes terminate at 1:00 or 1:45 pm to enable students for the participation in a wide range of extra and co-curricular activities in order to stimulate their interest in an extensive range of activities aligned to individual interests and aspirations. Students enjoy access to a wide range of clubs such as music, dance, debate, environment, arts and crafts and various service and academic clubs. Valley Public strongly endorses sporting activities that develops team building, team work, team spirit and the ability to be a successful in life. High priority is given to regular training and participation in a wide range of sports including basketball, football, table-tennis, martial arts, swimming and athletics frequently under the direction of National and International Coaches. Valley Public has earned a wide reputation in successful tournament participation and the selection of students to represent Nepal in a wide range of international events.

The School is aware of its social responsibility by undertaking activities in support of the local community through events such as tree planting, ward and community cleaning, awareness campaign  socio-psycho counseling and so on.

Keeping in mind the need to learn from first-hand experiences and observations, the School takes students for regular field visits and tours to places of cultural, historical & religious importance. Likewise, our school broadens students' knowledge and skills organizing seminars and talk shows with faculties and representatives from reputed organizations in and outside the country. These practices are the result of our belief that events like these keep students informed and their interest in studies intact. Valley Public students are privileged to attend such programs all round the year that provide them with opportunities of going beyond books and classrooms as they take each progressive step towards their goal.

The School's dedicated transport fleet is maintained to the highest standard by fully qualified mechanics with experienced and responsible drivers providing a pick-up and drop-off facility covering the majority of Kathmandu Valley. Dedicated and trained staff accompany all buses to ensure students' safety travel to school from home and to home from school.