News & Events

Congratulations Shirin !

Shirin Chakraborty of Class IX became the winner of the Under-17 Girls Doubles event in WB State Badminton Ranking Tournament held in Kolkata between 8 and 12 November 2022. The tournament was organised by West Bengal Badminton Association.

Congratulations Anusha !

Anusha Chowdhury of Class IX participated in the ‘Maddox Bitorko‘, a debate event organised by Sunday Classics Organisation (a not-for-profit group aimed at spreading art, entertainment, and education), at ICCR, Kolkata on Sunday, 18 September 2022.

The motion of the House was ‘Celebration of Durga Puja is a hindrance to sustainability’. Mr. S V Raman, programme consultant to Victoria Memorial, judged the debate competition.

Anusha was adjudged the ‘Best Speaker’ for the motion along with a cash prize. She also won the ‘Best Team Award’ along with her partner speaking against the motion. The prizes were handed over on 15 October 2022 at Satyajit Ray Auditorium, ICCR.

Congratulations Anusha !

Model United Nations

Our pupils participated in Model United Nations (MUN) organized by Sri Sri Academy from 28 October to 30 October 2022.

The participants were Sk Sussan Rahaman 9D, Shreshtha Sengupta 9F, Agnimitra Sarkar 9B, Anusha Choudhury 9F, Aritri Basu 9F, Ivan Chaki 9F.

The sessions were interactive. Our pupils actively took part in the discussions and put forward their views. The event gave them an opportunity to practise and improve their public speaking skills and gain confidence as also to build skills in diplomacy and decision making. Two of the participants, Sk Sussan Rahaman and Anusha Choudhury received verbal mention.

Model United Nations Workshop

On Saturday, 5 November 2022, a Model United Nations Workshop (MUN) was organized at Garden High School. The workshop was conducted by ex-students, Ahan Chakraborty and Raunak Munshi. Twenty-five students from Classes 8, 9 & 11 attended the workshop where they were briefed about the basic features, rules and regulations followed in MUN. An overview of how they should conduct themselves as ‘delegates’ was explained to them. The students were also guided about researching various topic from journals and publications. Many students had questions regarding MUN which were clarified and they interacted well with the ‘chairs’. It was a very interesting session and students will have gained more confidence in participating in MUN in future. The session was also attended by four teachers from the History Department – Ms Jayashree Chakraborty, Ms Suchanda Banerjee, Ms Srijonee Chattopadhyay and Ms Antara Saha.

Seminar on Wildlife Conservation in India

Seminar on Wildlife Conservation in India with special focus on the Royal Bengal Tiger

When: 23 September 2022
Where: Kolkata Centre for Creativity, Dipak Road, EM Bypass, Anandapur, Kolkata
Participants: Bihan Banerjee 12A, Aaryanyak Haldar 11B and Aaron Dey 7F
The Consulate General of Italy in Kolkata had invited students of Garden High School to attend a seminar on Wildlife Conservation in India. The beautiful works of art of the ongoing painting exhibition ‘Tigris – the Queen of Wildlife’ by artists Maurizio Boscheri and Daniel Calovi were impressive. Mr Debal Ray, IFS and Mr Anurag Danda, WWF, in their speeches emphasized the various causes of decline of the population of Bengal tigers since 1947. They also related success stories of restoration of population of rhinoceros, red pandas, vultures and other small animals in West Bengal. Overall the seminar was very exciting and informative.

Congratulations Saijayani Banerjee !


Saijayani Banerjee of Class X B participated in the TTA ASIAN 16&U RANKING JUNIOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT 2022 at Agartala organised by the Asia Tennis Federation.
She became the Doubles champion in the U-16 category and achieved the 5th position in the Singles category.

Independence Day Celebration-Primary Section

Pupils of Nursery I to Class II of Garden High School celebrated 75 years of Independence on 17 August, 2022. It was a colourful programme with the children wearing the tricolour headbands and wristbands. They sang patriotic songs, danced and played musical instruments. The teachers told the children the story of our struggle for independence.


Session on Cyber Security at the American Centre






A number of pupils of class X attended a session on Cyber Security at the American Centre on 14 September 2022. The session was conducted by Ms Brooke Istook. It was an informative and interactive session on how social media and technology can adversely affect life if not used carefully. The pupils learned about Ms Brooke Istook and her team’s effort to help the victims of online sexual abuse.

Visit to R K Mission, Siriti

School prefects from Classes 10 and 12 of Garden High School were taken on 14 September 2022 to Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Siriti. Exercise books were donated for the pupils of the institution.

They had an interactive session where the children of the Mission impressed everyone with their recital of the ‘Vedic chant’ and ‘Swami Vivekananda’s bani. The visitors (students of Garden High School) in turn, entertained them with the song, ‘Jodi tor daak shune kew na aashe tobe ekla cholo re’. It was a part of their social service programme which the pupils of Garden High School enjoyed thoroughly.

University Fair organized by KIC UnivAssist













On 19th of August, Friday, the KIC UnivAssist team along with seventeen Universities from all across the world had organized a university fair in Garden High School. The participant Universities were:

  • City University of Hong Kong • Hong Kong
  • Concordia University • Canada
  • DePaul University • U.S.
  • Washington College • U.S
  • IE University • Spain
  • Michigan State University • U.S.
  • Middle Tennessee State University • U.S.
  • North Carolina State University • U.S.
  • Ohio University • U.S.
  • Oklahoma State University • U.S.
  • Riverside City College • U.S.
  • Rollins College • U.S.
  • Savannah College of Art and Design • U.S.
  • University of Denver • U.S.
  • The University of Iowa • U.S.
  • University of Missouri • U.S.
  • The University of Tennessee, Knoxville • U.S.


Pupils of classes 11 and 12 of Garden High School and Garden High International School had the opportunity to personally interact with admission officers from these institutions and get information about the admission process, application, scholarships and internships.

University Fair organized by Irish Institute


On 18th of August, Thursday, representatives from Education in Ireland, the national brand for Enterprise Ireland responsible for the promotion of Irish Higher Education Institutions overseas, along with Irish Educational institute, and top-ranked Universities visited Garden High School. The participant Universities were:

  • RCSI – University of Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • University of Limerick
  • National College of Ireland
  • Maynooth University
  • University College Dublin
  • National University of Ireland, Galway

Pupils of classes 11 and 12 had an opportunity of interacting with the university representatives. The event gave crucial insights and required knowledge to students about Ireland’s Higher Education. Pupils were able to freely network with officials and fellow representatives after the enlightening session to get answers to all their queries about studying in Ireland.


Fest hosted by The Heritage School on 28,29 and 30 July 2022.

Garden High School participated in Youthopia ’22. Team GHS had a contingent of 54 pupils from classes IX to XII.

Raaga(Eastern Music)
The team consisted of Monoswita Sengupta (XD), Adrija Mukherjee (XE), Anushkaa Banerjee (XE), Vibhan Dutta (XIB), Anjistha Das (IXF) and Titas Sengupta (IXA). They performed the ‘Desh Raag’ with extraordinary grace and won the 2nd prize in this event.

Nrityangan (Eastern Dance)
Their theme was ‘Saying no to Wars’ and the dancers performed on A.R.Rehman’s ‘Jai Ho’. The team consisted of Sheersha Banerjee (XIA), Bedaporna Biswas (XIIA), Srijoyi Ghosh (IXA), Sneha De (XIIB), Krityali Sau (XIA), Sudakshina Ghosh (IXF), Monal Choudhury (XA), Sreenita Banerjee (IXA), Rahi Dey (XF) and Ruhani Chakrabarti (XIB). They stood 3rd in the event.

T-Minus 60(Just A Minute) (Talent Show)
Agneesh Ray Chaudhari (XIIA) represented GHS in the event and was placed 3rd. He played the piano with one hand and the mouth organ with his nose, both at the same time.

Ages of Pages (Creative Writing)
Shriya Chaudhari (XA) represented the school in Hindi Creative Writing and won the 1st prize. The topic was, ‘Bandh darwaaze khulte hain jab’.

CODM (Online Gaming)
The team consisted of Monoshij Ghosh (XIIA), Sheehan Paul (XC), Aaranyak Roy (XE), Anoushka Sircar (XB), Samvit Sinha (IXB) and Saikat Dutta (XB). The team stood 2nd in the event.

The ASISC Competition 2022

The Father George Hess Literary Competitions of ASISC WB and NE States was held between 5 August and 3September 2022. Team GHS participated and won in several events and made us very proud.

5 August
Event: Painting

Arpita Pathak (Class XII B) won the 3rdPrize.

6 August
Event: Senior Quiz

The event was hosted at Garden High School.
Participants: Monoshij Ghosh (Class XII A) and Hrishav Dasgupta (XII C). The GHS team placed 3rd in the competition.

Event: Declamation

Arhan Dasgupta (Class VIIIB) got a special mention from the judges for his eloquent speech and placed 4th in the competition. He received a Certificate of Achievement.

10 August
Event: Debate

Hrishav Dasgupta (XII C) got a special mention from the judges for his outstanding debating skills.

13 August
Event: English Creative Writing

Soumee Bhaumik (Class XI B) placed 1st in the senior category. She was awarded a trophy and a medal.

Congratulations to the winners and all participants from Garden High School.

Well done!


Genius Junior Fest

The Genius Junior Fest was organized by Ruby Park Public School on 16 July 2022.

Bedotroyee Chatterjee of Nursery 2 secured the third position for Pitter-Patter Raindrops.

Debashmeet Saha of Class 1 was placed third in Tell-A-Tale.

Abhivyakta Chowdhury of Class 2 got the second position in The World’s A State.

Congratulations to the winners!

Kolkata International Quiz Festival

Students of Class VII participated in the Kolkata International Quiz Festival 10 on 29.7.22. It was organized by The Bhawanipur. After qualifying the preliminary written round, team GHS went on to emerge winners in the finals in a nail-biting finish. The participants were, Anurag Basu, Shourya Saha and Ritajeet Ghosh, all from Class 7C.


Admissions 2023 – 24


Admissions for the Academic Session 2023 – 24

Nursery II & Class XI (Commerce & Humanities only)


Applications can be submitted ONLINE from the Admission Portal.


Apply Now !!

Date of Birth criteria as follows:

Nursery II : born between 01 April 2018 – 31 March 2019, both days inclusive


Government felicitates meritorious pupils of ISC 2022

Department of Education, West Bengal Government felicitated meritorious pupils of Garden High School, Kolkata who have performed exceedingly well in the ISC Examination, 2022.

Proshomit Kumar Mitra, Arunava Bhattacharya, Shaon Malik, Chandrayee Kumar and Shreetama Bhuniya are congratulated by the government officials for their exceptional performance.

ISC 2022: Summary of Results – GHS Kolkata

Government felicitates meritorious pupils of ICSE 2022

Department of Education, West Bengal Government felicitated meritorious pupils of Garden High School, Kolkata who have performed exceedingly well in ICSE Examination, 2022.

Aishwarik Dey, Mehulee Sarkar, Vibhan Dutta, Anuratna Banerjee and Rannvijay Roy are congratulated by the government officials for their exceptional performance.

Congratulations Kaunish Das!

Kaunish Das of Class VIII A participated in the Malda Club-AITA Championship Series (7) Tennis Tournament 2022 held at Malda from 6 June to 11 June 2022.

He became the winner of the Boys’ Singles Under-14 category and the finalist of the Boys’ Doubles Under-14 category.

Congratulations Kaunish !

Congratulations, Aishwarik !

ICSE 2022 EXAMINATION: Summary of Results

The Investiture Ceremony 2022-23













The Garden High School Investiture Ceremony 2022–23 was held on 1st July 2022. The Head Boy Soham Mukhopadhyay, Head girl Dishari Chowdhury, Captains (Cedar – Ayushee Nag, Chinar – Ishan Burman, Oak – Upolobdhi Karmakar, Palm – Priyasmita Ghoshal), Vice-Captains (Cedar – Rajdeep Chanda, Chinar – Ajaitri Kar, Oak – Sarika Banerjee, Palm – Krityali Sau) and prefects were invested with the responsibility of carrying out their respective duties as leaders. They had badges pinned to their lapels and took the oath pledging to honour the faith reposed in them. The Principal Mrs Rajashri Biswas handed over the flags. The Pro-Rector and the Principal reminded them of the true and all-encompassing nature of the special tasks allotted to them.

Congratulations Saijayani Banerjee!


Saijayani Banerjee of Class X B participated in the OIL-AITA Super Series Tennis Tournament 2022 at Guwahati organised by the All India Tennis Association.
She became the Runners up in both the Under-16 and the Under-18 Categories.

Congratulations Saijayani!

Congratulations !

Jagadis Bose National Science Talent Search

Upolobdhi Karmakar (12B) and Abhiraj Mandal (12A) have been awarded the very prestigious ‘JBNSTS Junior Scholarship Award 2021’. They have been selected out of thousands of applicants for their ‘distinguished academic performance’ and because the awarding body believes they have the potential to strengthen the ‘development of science and technology globally’.

Scholarship for Higher Education under INSPIRE

We congratulate the following candidates who are eligible for award of Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) under Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) by virtue of performance within top 1% of the School Board at Class XII level in the ISC examination held during the academic session ending March 2021:

Anwesa Chattopadhyay
Mayukh Shubhra Saha
Manjari Sengupta
Pradyuman Agarwal
Richik Chakraborty
Sebonti Patra
Soumyadeep Paul

Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (2021-22)

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VVM (Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan) 2021-22, India’s largest science talent search online examination using digital devices was held in the months of November and December, 2021. It was organized by VIBHA (Vijnana Bharati) in association with Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and NCERT, Ministry of Education, Government of India.

Sixty-one students from Garden High School, Kolkata, from Classes 6 to 11 participated in the examination.

Aaranyak Ray 9E
Aayan Mukhopadhyay 7A
Ankur Ghosh 9D
Krishang Ganguly 8B
Raul Chowdhury 6E
Sanjukta Adhikary 9E
Somia Banerjee 6A
Soumya Ghosh 7B
Subhoshree Chakraborty 6A

State Level Winners:
Ankur Ghosh 9D (Rank 3)
Raul Chowdhury 6E (Rank 3)

All the participants of the State Level camp and winners were felicitated on 3rd April, 2022 at CSIR – Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Jadavpur, Kolkata.

The state level winners, Ankur Ghosh (9D) and Raul Chowdhury (6E) received a prize money of ₹51,000 in the award ceremony held on 11 May 2022 at Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science – IACS Jadavpur.


The Budding Genius !

Our pupil, Sagnik Ghorai of Class VII (present Class VIII), was awarded the Gold medal for  ‘The Budding Genius’ quiz held on 26 March 2022.








Congratulations Sagnik. Well done !

Year End Activity-Primary School

The year end activity ‘Talent Display’ was held on 15.3.22 for Nursery 1, Nursery 2 and the Preparatory class. Class 1 had theirs on 16.3.22 and Class 2 on 17.3.22. The children enthralled their teachers with their soulful renditions of songs, dances and dramatic poetry. This is not all, the synthesizers, the drums, the guitars, the sarod and the sitar and even an ukulele were handled with such confidence and self assurance that the teachers were teary eyed with love and pride for their little ones.

And wonder of wonders there were even magic shows, puppet shows and science experiments put up by our enthusiastic little ones. The academic year has come to an end and we are very happy and satisfied at the thought of sending up responsible and well adjusted little ladies and gentlemen to the next class.

Vaccination Camp – II

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Satikanta Guha Foundation in collaboration with the Kolkata Municipal Corporation Borough XII had organized a second Covid Vaccination Camp at the School premises, exclusively for the eligible pupils of Classes VIII – XII of Garden High School and Garden High International School on 11 February 2022.

Class V – January Activity – Republic Day

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The students of Class V celebrated Republic Day of India and the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose through the month of January 2022 on the virtual platform. The rich cultural heritage of our country and the national hero’s glory were remembered and celebrated by the students with enthusiastic presentations of dance, songs and recitations, keeping to the theme of patriotism. Some children also showcased their artworks on this occasion.

Class III – January Activity – Science Experiment

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Experiments provide insight into cause and effect through demonstration. In the month of January, class III students performed simple science experiments using common household items. They enjoyed themselves thoroughly while learning by doing.

Inter-House Spelling and Word-building Competition

Class III participated in an Inter-House ‘Spelling cum Word-Building Competition’ held online on Zoom on 29 January 2022. Each of the Houses was represented by a team of 2 main participants and a reserve participant. Cedar House was represented by Alekhya Roy (IIID), Suvan Maity (IIIC) along with Raunak Chatterjee (IIIB). Shreedatri Chatterjee (IIIA), Sumedha Ganguly (IIIA) accompanied by Brinda Saha (IIID) participated from Chinar House. Aahir Mondal (IIIA) and Sourjyadeepto Das (IIIE) represented Oak House, supported by Debadittya Mitra (IIID). The participants from Palm House were Samadrita Gupta (IIIE), Iresha Ghosh (IIIC) and Biboswan Das (IIIC).










The competition comprised a total of four rounds covering topics such as spelling, unscrambling jumbled letters to form meaningful words, synonyms and antonyms, collective nouns and homophones.

The four rounds came to an end with Chinar House and Cedar House tied for the first position while Oak House and Palm House secured the third position jointly.

There was a short tie- breaker round after which Chinar House came out with flying colours securing the first position.

2nd: CEDAR

Inter-House AD making Competition: Class VIII

Garden High School conducted an Inter-House ‘Ad Making Competition’ for students of Class VIII. The event was pre-recorded and students with their innovative ideas introduced different kinds of futuristic learning devices in their ad films. The judges were Susanta Das Gupta, an advertising and communications professional and Abhishek Ganguly, an independent filmmaker and creative consultant.


Cedar house developed a portable Wikipedia, ‘Walking Wikis’. Their device was developed to access a storehouse of information in an immersive 3D projection.

The team comprised: Tannistha Pathak (VIII A), Shreyan Chakraborty (VIII B), Rishita Mazumdar (VIII F) and Anusha Chowdhury (VIII E). (Clockwise from left to right in picture.)




Oak house designed ‘smart gloves’ which can interpret hand gestures and sign language into audible human speech. Their learning device was aimed to reach out to all those who deserve to be heard.

The team comprised: Titas Sengupta (VIII E), Anjistha Das (VIII E), Siddhartha Santra (VIII A), and Ayushman Dey (VIII B). (Clockwise from left to right in picture.)


Chinar House innovated an electronic device ‘Study Buddy’, to aid the students in their learning process. The device can be used with / without an internet connection, helping students clear their queries and doubts.

The team comprised: Anubhav Biswas (VIII B), Ayush Roy (VIII D), Sagnic Chowdhury (VIII E), and Aritri Basu (VIII F). (Clockwise from left to right in picture.)




Palm House reinvented the method of teaching science through their fully simulated virtual laboratory solution ‘Alpha Labs’. The virtual laboratory simulator will enable students perform laboratory experiments from any part of the world.

The team comprised: Rishaan Gupta (VIII C), Dwisojeet Pandit (VIII D), Rupsa Goswami (VIII A) and Kingshuk Biswas (VIII A). (Clockwise from left to right in picture.)


My Favourite Storybook Character – Class IV Activity

Activity for the month of January 2022

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Pupils of Class IV put up splendid presentations on their favourite storybook character. Some pupils dressed as their favourite character, while others made sketches and paintings of the same. Pupils spoke with great enthusiasm on the topic. A few of them shared PowerPoint presentations as they did so.

Republic Day Special – Primary Section

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To commemorate our 73rd Republic Day, the children of the Primary Section spent an interesting hour on January 25,2022.The pupils of the Preparatory Class, Class 1 and Class 2 had quiz sessions where they were asked questions about their country. Apart from verbal questions, clips were shown to them and they had to say what the pictures were speaking about. Nursery 1 and Nursery 2 were given National Symbols to colour and little heads were seen bent over the pictures with total absorption. Our pupils were dressed in ethnic wear and before the start of the session, they were explained what the ‘Constitution’ meant, in very simple language.


Congratulations to Sagnik Ghorai !

Sagnik Ghorai, student of Garden High School, Class VII D, participated in the Bricsmath International Mathematics Competition, and was awarded ‘CERTIFICATE OF THE WINNER’.

This competition brought together children from 7 countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Indonesia and Vietnam).

Heartiest congratulations to Sagnik !

Saijayani Banerjee wins 13th Bengal Sub- Junior State Tennis Championship 2021













Congratulations, Saijayani !


Activity for the month of December – Class IV

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‘The Person I Am Grateful To’

Pupils of Class IV made cards to thank the people around them. While some chose to thank their parents, grandparents or other relatives, some noted the contribution their neighbours, domestic help, doctors or municipal workers had in their lives. Frontline workers and environment activists too found gratitude from the dear little hearts who expressed their thankfulness in a minute-long heartfelt speech.

Inter-House Quiz Competition


Garden High School conducted a Quiz Competition for Class VI on 4 December 2021 on the Zoom platform. Curiosity or the thirst for knowledge, the greatest weapon of a child, was aptly challenged by our very own Quiz Masters Abhrajit Bhattacharyya and Shubhrajit Bhattacharyya, ex-students of Garden High School. The scorekeeper was Sanjukta Adhikary (IXE) and the time keeper was Monoshij Ghosh (XIA)

Cedar House was represented by Ahan Sengupta (VIC), Swapnil Roy (VID), Rudraveer Mandal (VIF) and Ushasi Banerjee (VIF)(reserve).

Chinar House was represented by Megholina Banerjee (VID), Anushka Das (VIF), Kalpita Mukherjee (VIF) and Tuhinanshu Ray (VIC)(reserve).

Oak House was represented by Aishik Moitra (VIB), Anurag Sen (VIC), Shourya Saha (VIC) and Aaron Dey (VIF)(reserve).

Palm House was represented by Satwik Sil (VIA), Ritajeet Ghosh (VIC), Srimoyee Chaudhuri (VID) and Aditya Chatterjee (VIA)(reserve).


Christmas Activity – Primary School










Christmas Activity 22.12.21 in the Primary School. Christmas Treat for little Santas !

Durga Puja/ Diwali – Class V Activity


The pupils of Class V celebrated Durga Puja and Diwali during the months of October and November on the virtual platform. Attired in coloured costumes, the children put up dances, sang songs and recited poems through a variety programme. Some children drew ‘rangoli’ patterns while others painted earthen lamps (diyas).

Outstanding Achievements of GHS Students – IIT 2021



Annual Inter School fest hosted by Lilavatibai Poddar High School, Mumbai

Zenith was hosted on 29 and 30 October 2021. Garden High School was represented by a contingent of 30 pupils from classes IX to XII. The fest was an amalgamation of talents and a celebration of creativity on the national platform.

Qissa (Vernacular Creative Writing):


In the senior category (classes XI to XII) for Hindi, Bedaporna Biswas (XI A) was declared the first runner up.






You’ve Got Mail:

Chenab Guha (IX B) represented the school in the junior category (classes IX to X) and was declared the second runner up.






Everything is Cake (Cake Decoration):

Soumodeep Sen (XIIA) was placed 3rd in the event. He presented ‘The Goddess of Celebration’ in his decoration (given below is a glimpse of his creative endeavor).









Sounds like a Song (Song Composition):

Anubhav Sarkar (IX D) represented the school in the junior category and won the 2nd position in the event.














The Team: From left to right Ayushee Nag (XI C), Sushovona Roy (XI C) and Raj Jyoti Sikdar (XI C), Manisika Ghosh (IX B) and Ritabrata Mukherjee (IX B).

They were placed 3rd in their event.


The Next Big Idea

The two-member senior team of Abhipsha Dhar (left) and Rajarshi Dutta Gupta (right), both from class XI C won the 3rd position in the event.






Zenith Gazette

The three-member team comprised (left to right): Shriya Chaudhuri (IX A), Diya Barman (IX D), and the editor Dishari Chowdhury (XI C). They secured the 3rd position in the event.





The team comprised actors Sheersha Banerjee (X A), Raj Jyoti Sikdar (XI C), Rajarshi Dutta Gupta (XI C), Abhipsha Dhar (XI C), Ishaan Mukherjee (IX D), script writer Diya Burman (IX D) and editor Monoshij Ghosh (XI C). The team prepared an advertisement clip for TATA Soulfull’s Ragi Bites Fills Range. They were declared the winner.

Clockwise from left Diya Burman (IX D), Sheersha Banerjee (X A), Ishaan Mukherjee (IX D), Monoshij Ghosh (XI C), Rajarshi Dutta Gupta (XI C), Raj Jyoti Sikdar (XI C) and Abhipsha Dhar (XI C).



Class V Inter-House ‘WhatIf’ Competition 2021

Garden High School conducted an Inter-house ‘WhatIf’ Competition for class V on 13 November 2021. The event was held on zoom and all the participants put up a great performance, impressing everyone who were present.

From Oak House, the participants were Tanirika Bhattacharjee (VA) and Srobona Majumdar(VE) . From Palm we had Samriddhi Debnath (VA) and Shauranshu Das(VB). From Chinar the participants were Adishree Das(VD) and Eenakshi Saha (VC). Cedar House was represented by Abhigyan Ray (VD) and Madhurjya Mukherjee (VC). The moderators for the event were Monal Choudhury(IXA) and Sagnik Das(IXA). Shubhangee Chowdhury(IXA) was the timekeeper for the event while Samhita Mitra(IXA) helped with the photography. The judges for the event were our very own teachers, Mrs. Parnika Sen and Mrs.Dipanwita Basu.

1st: Adishree Das (VD) Chinar
2nd: Tanirika Bhattacharjee (VA) Oak
3rd: Srobona Majumdar (VE) Oak

Festive Frolic – Class IV Activity

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Pupils of Class IV made drawings and crafts that represented their favourite festivals. They dressed in their best clothes and gave short speeches with great enthusiasm on the significance of their chosen festival.

Class VII Inter House Literary Character Enactment Competition 2021

Garden High School conducted an Inter-House Literary Character Enactment competition for Class VII on 25 September 2021. The event was conducted via Zoom and had some very good enactment done by all the participants.

Chinar House was represented by Arhan Dasgupta (VIIB) and Ariv Paul (VIIF). Oak House had Ahona Basu (VIIB) and Samadarshee Roy (VIIE). Cedar House was represented by Anoushka Dasgupta (VIID) and Abhideep Roy (VIIB). Sparsh Lohia (VIIF) and Aayushi Sahoo (VIIB) were the participants from Palm House. The moderators for the day were Monal Choudhury (IXA) and Sagnik Taraphdar (IXA). Shubhangee Chowdhury (IXA) was the time keeper of the event while Ayushman Dey (VIIIB) helped with the photography. The event was adjudged by Mrs. June Dutta and our Pro-Rector, Mrs. Kavita Guha.


First: Arhan Dasgupta (VII B) Chinar

Second: Ahona Basu (VII B) Oak

Third: Sparsh Lohia (VII F) Palm

Provisional Admission Selection List 6 – Nursery I, 2022-23 (Posted on 13/11/2021)


The pupils as per the list (click link below to download) have been provisionally selected for admission to Garden High School. Kindly refer to the email sent to your registered email id for the next procedure.

Click the link below to download the list:


Provisional Admission Selection List 6 – Nursery II, 2022-23 (Posted on 13/11/2021)


The pupils as per the list (click link below to download) have been provisionally selected for admission to Garden High School. Kindly refer to the email sent to your registered email id for the next procedure.

Click the link below to download the list:



X-Uberance was hosted on 8 and 9 October 2021, by St Xavier’s Collegiate School. 23 well-known schools of Kolkata battled it out in a maximum of 22 senior events (Classes IX-XII) and 6 junior events (Classes IV-VIII). Garden High School participated in 17 senior events and 4 junior events. A contingent of 55 pupils from classes V to XII represented the school in a variety of competitions, and after a stellar performance, Garden High School won the fest.

Senior Events

X-Calibre (Debate): The two- member team of Ishaan Mukherjee (IXD) and Arunava Bhattacharya (XIIB) won the 2nd place in the event.





X-Mate (Chess): Sheersonno Biswas (IXA) was placed 2nd in the event.


X-Valorant (Valorant, e-gaming): The Valorant team of the school was formed by Swarnava Paul (XIA), Ritam Majumdar (XIA), Rudvick Sengupta (XIB), Rajrup Aich and Debargha Roy (XIC). They won the 1st place in the event.


X-Raga (Eastern Music): The team consisting of singers, Adrija Saha (XIA), Aagnik Pandey (XIIC), Monoswita Sengupta (IXD) and Adrija Mukherjee (IXE), accompanied on the synthesizer by Agneesh Raychaudhuri (XIA) and the editor for the video, Rishan Chatterjee (XIA), was placed 3rd in the event.
The YouTube link of the event is provided as follows.

The link will take you directly to the performance of the GHS students:

X-Acoustic (Western Music): Our school was represented by Agneesh Raychaudhuri (11A) on the synthesizer, Udbhas Saha (11A) on the drums, Rahul Mukherjee (11A) and Sayan Bhowmik (12A) on the guitar, Olivia Bagchi (11B) as the vocalist, and Swarnava Saha (11C) as the editor. The team was placed 1st in the event.
The YouTube link of the event is provided as follows.

The link will take you directly to the performance of the GHS students:


X-Periment (Science Event): Then team representing our school comprised Anurag Biswas (XD), Ropan Datta (XD), Aishwarik Dey (XD) and Soham Mukhopadhyay (XIA). The team stood 1st in the event.


X-60 (1 minute to Fame): Agneesh Raychaudhuri (XIA) won the 1st place in the event. His unbelievable performance can be viewed using the following link:


Junior Events

X-Illustrate (Sit and Draw): Ritika Talukder (VA) represented our school and won the 1st position in the event. A scanned copy of the painting can be viewed here:







X-Trivia (Junior Quiz): The two- member quiz team, formed by Anjistha Das (VIIIE) and Nilankan Das (VIIIC), represented our school. They won the 2nd place in the event.



X-Tunes (Junior Western Music): The team consisted of Aditya Dhiran (VIIB), Hansini Gayen (VIIB), Aishani Basu (VIIF), Shivangi Dasgupta (VIIIB), Aatiqa Zulfikar (VIIID), Anusha Chowdhury (VIIIE), Titas Sengupta (VIIIE) and Anjistha Das (VIIIE) as singers, along with, Hansini Gayen who played the guitar, Aditya Dhiran played the violin and Shivangi Dasgupta played the synthesizer.. The team won the 1st place in the event.Their performance can be viewed using the following link:

Pre-Admission Interaction Schedule – Nursery I, List 4 (Posted on 30/10/2021)


The Pre-Admission Online Interaction Schedule (List 4) for Nursery I, 2022-23 has been published.

Click the link below to download the list.