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Madhava Kripa School is a co-education school and embraces students from all walks of life and variety of different backgrounds. We work in close partnership with students to develop their full and individual potential for life and work.

The School is promoted by the Manipal group, which has a track record of more than 60 years in education. Having established a very strong track record in higher education, the group has now entered into the field of School education, thus ensuring the best in quality and holistic education to children.

From Pre-Primary to High School to Senior Secondary School, early learning to professional certification, our curriculum, digitized classrooms, assessment programmes, the skill set and leadership qualities of the Principal and her team of teachers, use of technology and a strong home school partnership help educate the pupil….. Madhava Kripa School follows the CBSE pattern of study from Grade I up to Grade XII onwards with English as the medium of instruction.


Established in the historic university town of Manipal half a century ago by the legendary Dr. T.M.A. Pai (1898-1978), Madhava Kripa School (MKS) is widely acknowledged as Udipi district’s premier English medium co-education school affiliated with the Delhi-based Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Since it was inaugurated as Udupi district’s first English-medium nursery and primary school in 1962 with a first batch of 50 children, MKS has had an interesting history, especially in recent years. Madhava Kripa School is a co-education school and embraces students from all walks of life and variety of different backgrounds. We work in close partnership with students to develop their full and individual potential for life and work.

Madhava Kripa School follows the CBSE pattern of study from Grade I up to Grade XII onwards with English as the medium of instruction.

The focus is to instill a strong sense of values and self-discipline in children. Accordingly the Schools emphasize on certain values strongly while nurturing and enfolding the others in the schooling life of each child

  • Patriotism
  • Community concern
  • Civic responsibility
  • Respect and tolerance for all religions
  • Self respect and acceptance
  • Respect for elders
  • Dignity of labour
  • Simplicity in attitude and demeanor
  • Quest for knowledge
  • Taste for reading
  • Good study habits and skills of learning
  • Self-discipline and moderation
  • Physical culture and grace
  • Politeness and courtesy

Our Motto

“KNOWLEDGE IS POWER”

Our Vision

We at MKS, strive to strengthen the inner person of the child to help him/her become a pivotal citizen dedicated to serve the world with confidence, skill, empathy and goodwill.

Our Mission



Influence students to benchmark excellence
Inspire every student to reach his/her potential
Initiate students beyond the walls of the school
Integrate traditional and cultural essence with modern approach for growth
Instill values of love, compassion, empathy and universal brotherhood

Message



MESSAGE



Principal

Mrs. Jessy Andrews
Principal
Madhava Kripa School

“Madhava Kripa School has a congenial environment for kids to feel at home which is conducive to learning without barrier. Children feel free to express their thoughts, ideas and rake questions in the spirit of enquiry all of which leads to fulfilling education. The team of teachers here are well qualified and trained to handle and support the intellectual, emotional, physical and social needs of the children. The activities in school are well thought of to help students comprehend the world in a better way, inculcate good values and manners, know the importance of physical fitness and tap talents in the field of art/craft, dance and music. The curriculum and methodology adapted gives a gradual and steady growth in the overall development of students. Our aim is to help the children feel confident to face the world with required skill sets, make them emotionally balanced and capable of discerning between good and bad”