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About the Campus School

The (journey of UHCS started in 1983) University Campus School was started during the academic year 1983-84 to cater to the needs of the children of the employees residing on the campus. The school was originally envisaged to be up to Primary level and run-on self-sufficient basis. Nearly 50% of the students are first generation learners. The campus school provides’ Quality Education’ at a nominal fee and extends this facility to the neighbourhood localities as a social obligation.

Presently, with a student strength of 600+ and a staff of 30, the school has grown to be a sought-after institution in and around the University Campus. The enthusiastic students and well-qualified and experienced staff are leaving no stone unturned in living up to the objectives of its establishment.

The Campus School located on the University Campus has many advantages. The foremost is the very presence of highly educated and morally and intellectually sensitive faculty and an atmosphere of learning and the quest for Knowledge. It is a great privilege for students who join the school, as UoH offers a complete education program from Kindergarten to PhD.

The school with its abundant greenery, serene and pollution free ambience bestows the child with an opportunity to grow both socially and physically.

VC’s Message

Prof. B.J.Rao (Vice-Chancellor)

The University believes that a School must be accessible and affordable to all the sections of society.  Keeping this noble mission in mind and to pave way for excellence in formal education, the University has started the Campus School.  The vision of the School is to provide all-round education, nurture a child’s innate curiosity and help the child achieve excellence.  To meet this goal, the University maintains:

  •  limited class strength – 30 students for KG sections and 30 for primary classes.
  •  well-ventilated classrooms with ample natural light and air
  •  very friendly, approachable and qualified teachers and staff, and
  •  high on hygiene and safety

Registrar’s Message


Established in 1983, the University of Hyderabad Campus School (UHCS) has provided an exemplary public education for the children of University Community and also to various other communities including the under-served in and around the campus, for three decades. The teachers and staff work diligently to make sure that they are preparing students to be successful and contributing members of our society. I am glad, the students are nurtured in a scientifically world-class rich environment, where the teaching and research is the top priority. The students and alumni have long been benefitted from this culture of high expectations and excellence. I am proud of many of its’ histories of accomplishments.

I am sure; the mission of UHCS is to provide the utmost quality in education for the students by offering enriching opportunities to become leaders of tomorrow.

I am delighted to be associated with the Institution of Excellence more so with the Campus School.

My sincere best wishes to the Campus School Community for its unceasing successes in the years ahead.

Chairman’s Message

Prof.Sanjay Subodh
Chairman, School Management committee
University of Hyderabad campus school

Principal’s Message

P. Murali (Principal)
University of Hyderabad campus school

Welcome to the website of University of Hyderabad Campus School.

As the Principal of the school, I feel honoured and privileged to be part of an educational institution where every stakeholder is a learner and every day is an opportunity to learn and discover. We look at ourselves as a community of learners, where everyone learns including our teachers, parents & staff.

I believe in upholding high standards with an absolute commitment to strive to understand and improve the educational process, using team strategies, while wholly centering on student achievement.

At UH Campus School, we believe that we offer the very best of teaching and learning that has been specially tailored to meet the needs of the young people of this fast changing world.

Our staff foster a positive learning environment for all our students, who feel respected, appreciated and loved by the teachers. We strive to develop in students personal responsibility, self control, good decision making skills self confidence, and character building with high moral values.

At UH Campus School we give our students the necessary tools to have a choice about their future.

I invite you to explore our website and find out more about what we have to offer.

School Information

It was in the year 1983-84, during one of her visits to the campus that Her Excellency, the then Governor, Ms.Kumudben Joshi requested the University to provide some land on the campus to start a school to be run by the Red Cross Society. Later the Red Cross Society expressed its desire to take over the campus school. The society donated an amount of Rs 50,000/- to the school. The then Chancellor, Justice M.Hidayatulla, formally inaugurated the Red Cross National School on 9th November 1986- a memorable day signifying the founding of the institution. The AP Red Cross Society later expressed its inability to run the school due to paucity of funds. The only option left to the university was to represent to the UGC to provide funds. On 31st March 1987, Prof Yaspal, Chairman, UGC, visited the University and sanctioned funds to the school. He agreed to include in the University annual budget representing it as an expenditure for the welfare provision. Once the necessary funds were promisied, a committee, with the Rigistrar of the University as Chairman, was constituted to look into the functioning of the school. In the inaugural year, the student intake was about 67 with two teachers,adding two more later.On the 4th of April ,1987, the executive council formally approved recruitment of qualified teachers to run the institution on a CBSE pattren up to XII. Accordingly, Sri K.V.L. Kantha Rao was appointed the Principal who took over office on 23rd October, 1987. Seven teachers were appointed in the month of June, 1988. It was during 1988-1989 that the school was upgraded to class VIII and CBSE Affiliation was sought. The first batch of class X students appeared for the CBSE board examination in the year 1991.