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Admission at Brighton International School Raipur

If you would like to study at a CBSE school in the city of Raipur that focuses on challenging the orthodox and doing different with ordinary for better, you have come to the right place. Brighton International School is for those who are looking at Life Skills as the basis for Academics, possibilities with Hybrid Learning, Curriculum mapped with National Education Policy, Cloud Classrooms, Adaptive Evaluation, the future of education is different and so is Brighton.

We welcome you to our campus and to the Brighton community.

What is the procedure of admission?

At Brighton International School, the admission procedure can be completed online as well as offline. The rules of admission are as follows;

  • The age eligibility cut-off for Nursery is 3 ½ years as on 31st July 2021 (children born between 1st February 2017 and 31st January 2018 are age-eligible for application to Nursery)
  • All valid applications (meeting age criteria & complete in all respects) are considered for admission
  • The admission is done on ‘first come – first admit’ basis
  • Admission is granted and confirmed only post verification of documents and payment of the school’s fee esp the admission fee.
  • The school admits students basis their performance in the admission test, the details are as follows
Class Test Format
Kindergarten Oral Interaction with the Headmaster
Class I and onwards Test & Interview Online as well as Offline

 

Who can one contact to know more about admission?

The Admission Counsellor

When does one approach for new admission?

The Admission Process starts on 1st November of every year for the upcoming session. The seats are filled on ‘first come – first serve’ basis.

What subjects are on offer in Class XI?

At Brighton International School, Raipur we understand that Heroes are made by the paths they choose, not the powers they are graced with, that is why we offer a whole host of options for our Class XI students.

WE ARE OUR CHOICES, MAKE THE RIGHT ONE.

  • Higher Secondary Business Administration (HSBA)Business Management, Marketing Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Humanities – Psychology, Political Science, Geography
  • Commerce – Accounts, Business Studies, Economics, Applied Maths
  • Maths Group – Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
  • Biology Group – Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Electives on offer –  Legal Studies, Information Practices, Physical Education, Financial Markets Management as choices for optional subject .

What are the documents required at the time of admission?

At Brighton International School, we require the following documents at the time of admission

  • Report Card / Passing certificate of the previous attended class in case of change of school
  • Aadhar Card
  • Birth Certificate in case of fresh admission in Nursery / KG I
  • Transfer Certificate (TC)*
  • Migration Certificate (if mandated by the law)

*not required for admission if attending school for the first time

What is the Brighton's code of conduct policy?

CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY

 

At Brighton International School, the code of conduct governs the conduct, rules, behaviour and discipline of the pupil, teachers and all those involved. Adherence to the code is paramount and the custodian to safe keep the integrity of the code is the school ‘code of conduct’ committee. The committee comprises of the Principal, Vice Principal & the Headmaster of Brighton International School. The School code of conduct committee is available to any student seeking clarity, help or guidance in all matters relating to school conduct. Students are expected to honour the code of conduct, both within the school and when they travel outstation to represent the school. When student’s behaviour does not meet required standards, the committee will oversee disciplinary action and inform parents, coordinators and other administrators as necessary. All disciplinary action is viewed as a learning opportunity for students to adopt more responsible behaviour. Ignorance of school code, violation of the school rules or disciplinary guidelines will not be accepted and will invite consequences as deemed fit by relevant authorities.

Upon Joining the Brighton International School, all Students and Parents must read, understand and agree by the school’s code of conduct.

  • DRESS CODE & TURNOUT: There is a uniform at the school, which requires neatness, modesty and standards generally accepted at educational institutions. At all times, the school respects local communities by dressing appropriately so that it does not hurt their sensibilities. The dress code for various occasions is described below:
  1. Classes: Prescribed school uniform. Kindly read the school almanac for more details.
  2. Trips: as indicated by school authorities.
  3. When representing School within the city or outstation: uniform or as indicated by school authorities.
  4. Hair Cut: Students are supposed to keep their hairstyle as per norms laid down by the school authorities. In the case of repetitive notices to a particular student, the barber called by the authority at he school will be asked to cut hair of the student.

 

  • GENERAL
    1. Electronic Items – No electronic items (viz Mobile, Laptop, Camera, I-pods etc.) will be allowed in the school premises during school hours. Only those permitted with prior permission will be allowed, any violation of these rules will attract penalties and the items will be confiscated. The school does not take responsibility for any such items, which may be misplaced or stolen.
    2. Academic Practices – Integrity, honour and discipline should form the basis of all academic practices. The following acts of non-compliance / violation will invite consequences as deemed fit by relevant authorities:
      1. Plagiarism
      2. Not meeting deadlines for submission of assignments.
  • Willful destruction of fellow students work, both academic and non-academic.
  1. Passing off fellow students work as one’s own.
  2. Using unfair means during examination. The person found copying and the one willfully aiding it will both be held responsible.
  1. Language – Use of obscene language or profanities are not expected of students of the school. Using words that are hurtful, harmful, demeaning, offensive, or embarrassing, including words that are crude or vulgar, and name-calling shall amount to violation of the school code of conduct.
  2. Physical Violence – Students need to conduct themselves with dignity at all times. Physical violence violates a person. Brighton International School has a zero tolerance policy for any such issue pertaining to manhandling or physical violence.
  3. Potentially Lethal Weapons: –Possession of pistols/guns/sling shots/knives or weapons of any kind is not permitted. It is serious offence under the existing Indian Law. The item in question will be immediately impounded and the student will be expelled.
  4. Coercion – Forcing a fellow student to do things that violates integrity or privacy or against his/her wishes is against the code of conduct of the school, constitutes coercion. This will be viewed very seriously and dealt with accordingly.
  5. Sexual Harassment – Sexual harassment or inappropriate sexually motivated words or actions are unwelcome. Unwarranted touching can be embarrassing and humiliating. Unwanted or inappropriate touching of another person’s body such that the person is uncomfortable by the behavior. Students should avoid all words or action, which could be taken as sexual, advances. The School is safe, protective and nurturing environment. We intend to remain so. Therefore we regard all forms of harassment and in particular, sexual harassment as inappropriate. Violation will invite consequences as deemed fit by the code of conduct committee.
  6. Bullying – The act of bullying of intimidation goes against all tenets of socially accepted behaviour. Offenses of this nature are considered serious and there is zero tolerance for this within an outside of the school.
  7. Acts of Vandalism, Theft and Disruption – Students must respect school property. Vandalism and theft will not be tolerated. Offences of this nature are considered serious, and dealt with severely.
  8. Library Books – Books are a treasure house if information and a shared legacy of the school. They need to be cherished. Defacing, stealing of library books is an offence and will invite consequences.
  9. Pornography: –The School defines pornography as viewing, being in possession of or downloading material that is sexually explicit and against the values and ethos of the School. Students violating this norm will face disciplinary action. The School Authorities have discretion to decide what materials are considered inappropriate and run counter to the values and ethos of the school.
  10. Substance Use: – The possession, consumption, dealing with E-Cigarettes, Cigarettes, Cigars, Pan Masala, Alcohol or Tobacco by students is a serious offence under the Indian law and will invite a serious consequence. Smoking anything is not permitted in the school building, on the school grounds, in the neighborhood of the school, at any school function or during the school sponsored trips and excursions. The possession, consumption or dealing in drugs is an offence under the Indian Law and will lead to immediate expulsion.
  11. Cameras – Photographing people at school or at school functions using still or video cameras can be a privacy issue and should not be done without appropriate permission.
  12. Litter – The school environment should be neat and litter free. There should be no damage to school resources, property or equipment. If such damage creates an expense to the school, then the person who does the damages will be expected to reimburse the school for costs.
  13. Acceptable Use of Internet Technology – Inappropriate use of Internet communications including the sending of threatening or harassing comments or cyberbullying are unacceptable. Any incidents will be addressed as a very serious issue. Students will not publish tag and write about the school without taking appropriate permission and various social media website/blogging website.
  14. Money Raising / Lending or otherwise – No student should involve in raising money for any cause not permitted by the school authorities and shall not ask any of the fellow students to contribute to the same. The students are prohibited to lend money to each other without prior parents’ consent.
  15. Motor Cycle / Scooter or any geared or un-geared vehicle – No student is allowed to bring any vehicle to the school without the prior permission from the school. Any non-permitted vehicle shall be confiscated without any notice.

 

  • ATTENDANCE – All students are required to participate in the daily routine as indicated in the yearly calendar. Prior sanction by the relevant authority is required for any kind of absence. The students are expected to adhere to CBSE’s guidelines regarding attendance at the school. Students must attend all school activities, (assembly) and on time. There should be ‘No Absenteeism’ from examinations without permission from Vice Principal/ Principal.

 

  • INTERFERENCE WITH SCHOOL AUTHORITIES: Interfering with the discharge of the official duties of district staff by:
    1. Using force or violence that is non-deliberate and not focused on the staff person, such as attempting to continue a fight when a staff person is trying to stop the fight and inadvertently striking that person;
    2. Disobeying the orders of school officials to leave school property or disperse as instructed; or
    3. Heckling or harassing school authorities engaged in any lawful task, function, process, or procedure of the school such that it interferes with their ability to maintain order or complete their lawful duties. This includes, but is not limited to:
      1. Persistent use of abusive or foul language directed at a School employee;
      2. Use of any electronic means (e.g., cameras, cell phone cameras, videos, or other recording devices) that foreseeably causes school staff to be embarrassed, denigrated, or demeaned; or
  • Hindering the investigation of an incident by school staff, including but not limited to any of the following: refusing to submit to a reasonable search or respond to reasonable questions, or deliberately lying about, or encouraging others to lie deliberately about, the facts of the incident.
  1. Intimidation of School Authorities

Interfering, or attempting to interfere, with the discharge of the official duties of school personnel by using direct, deliberate, or focused threats, force, or violence, such that the staff person believes his or her safety or the well-being of his or her property is in danger. All of this will be considered as a serious offence and violation of the code.

DISCIPLINARY RESPONSES

The purpose of the disciplinary policy and the code of conduct at the school is to ensure high safety standards and personal growth of students. Recognizing that students tend to respond differently, the policy allows for variable consequence within the frame of reference. The objective is to help students reflect, take responsibility and change behaviour. Repeated violation of the same disciplinary infraction will be considered disobedience. This defiance in accepting correction for having poor choices will result in more severe disciplinary action.

  • Process for every disciplinary situation: In response to any major code violation the Principal will appoint a disciplinary sub-committee. This committee will include the Principal / Vice Principal, Head Master and Teacher. The School Head Boy / Girl or House Prefect or a student representative may be invited at the discretion of the Principal to join the committee. The Committee will conduct an investigation by contacting relevant people, in order to get as complete a picture of the situation, as possible. From the information gathered, an appropriate disciplinary action plan will be drawn up by the committee and subsequently enforced.

 

  • DISCIPLINARY CONSEQUENCES – The consequences are based on the recommendation of the committee and the severity of the violation. These may include but are not limited to any of the following:
    1. Counseling followed by a letter of apology.
    2. Work assignment: written self-reflection on topics that will raise a student’s knowledge or ethical awareness.
    3. Community service and social welfare.
    4. Writing a letter of apology to parent and staff and / or other student stating what the misbehavior was, why it happened, what has been learned and what will be done to change the behaviour.
    5. Forfeiting the right to participate in house/school activities or representing School.
    6. Mobile Message/ Letter to / Meeting with / Telephone Call to the parents informing them of the situation and if required a meeting with them in the school.
    7. Suspension from school where student will not be allowed to conduct classes for a duration of time.
    8. Parents to withdraw the student but allowed to sit for examination in the following academic term if permitted.
    9. Expulsion of the student.

Addition consequences may also be included at the discretion of the school if the situation arises. The Code of conduct is aimed at creating a harmonious community, for which self-discipline is vital. Hence, apart from what is mentioned in the code, rules and regulation communicated by the School from time to time need to be adhered to The Code of Conduct of the school is subject to amendment in keeping with the interest of the school and changing times.

Fee Structure 2022-23

Brighton provides its parents with a reasonable fee structure along with easy payment options. The fee is divided between two parts, School Fee and the Bus Conveyance Fee. The conveyance fee shall depend on the point of the pick-up and the respective class of the student and is levied on only those who avail of the facility. Fee Structure for all the classes is listed below, kindly click on the relevant (class) tab to know about the fee

Nursery

 

Details (NURSERY) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 50,560
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 70,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 79,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 83,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 86,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 89,560
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

 

KG I

Details (KG I) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 51,520
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 71,520
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 80,020
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 84,020
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 87,520
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 90,520
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

KG II

Details (KG II) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 52,480
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 72,480
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 80,980
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 84,980
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 88,480
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 91,480
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class I

Details (Class I) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 53,640
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 73,640
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 82,140
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 86,140
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 89,640
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 92,640
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class II

Details (Class II) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 54,700
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 74,700
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 83,200
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 87,200
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 90,700
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 93,700
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class III

Details (Class III) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 55,700
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 75,700
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 84,200
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 88,200
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 91,700
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 94,700
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class IV

Details (Class IV) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 59,600
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 79,600
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 88,100
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 92,100
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 95,600
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 98,600
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class V

Details (Class V) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 60,760
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 80,760
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 89,260
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 93,260
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 96,760
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 99,760
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class VI

Details (Class VI) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 61,880
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 81,880
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 90,380
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 94,380
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 97,880
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,00,880
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class VII

Details (Class VII) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 65,520
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 85,520
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 94,020
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 98,020
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 101,520
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,04,520
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class VIII

Details (Class VIII) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 66,780
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 86,780
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 95,280
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 99,280
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 1,02,780
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,05,780
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class IX

Details (Class IX) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 20,000
School Fee 68,060
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 88,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 96,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 1,00,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 1,04,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,07,060
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class X

Details (Class X) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 25,000
School Fee 70,700
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 90,700
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 99,200
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 1,03,200
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 1,06,700
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,09,700
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class XI

Details (Class XI) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 25,000
School Fee 71,060
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 91,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 99,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 1,03,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 1,07,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,10,060
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Class XII

Details (Class XII) Fee (INR)
Admission Fee* 25,000
School Fee 72,060
Bus Conveyance Fee (0-2 Kms) 20,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (3-5 Kms) 28,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (6-10 Kms) 32,500
Bus Conveyance Fee (11-20 Kms) 36,000
Bus Conveyance Fee (20 Kms+) 39,000
Total Fee without admission Fee (0-2 Kms) 92,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (3-5 Kms) 100,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (6-10 Kms) 1,04,560
Total Fee without admission Fee (11-20 Kms) 1,08,060
Total Fee without admission Fee (20 Kms+) 1,11,060
  • School Fee can be paid in the form of Annual, Half yearly and Quarterly format School provides payment option through Cash, Cheque, Online Digital Payments mode
  • The fee doesn’t include charges incurred over books, stationery, uniform etc.
  • *Admission Fee is payable only once at the time of admission and is non-refundable

Affiliation

Brighton International School is affiliated to CBSE # 3330153 since 2012 till Higher Secondary Level

Branches

Established in 2010, Brighton International School is today present in Raipur (CG) and Shahdol (MP)

Staff

Brighton Raipur boasts of a staff strength of more than 250 people and a students strength of more than 1800

Foundation

Brighton Raipur is established in the year 2010 under Pratsitha Educational Society and is a registered trademark

Know more about Brighton International School

Things To Know First

Brighton is spread over 8 Acres and is studded with state of the art infrastructure and has received numerous awards for its pedagogy and is today one of the sought after names in Raipur for K-12 education. 

  • We do not provide 'Dummy Admissions', kindly do not approach with any such request for students preparing for competitive exams in Class XI or XII
  • We work all 7 days, enquiries regarding admission can be made on all days including Sundays by visiting the campus. We are closed only during major festivals and holidays.
  • For us to reach out to you with regards to any more information you may need, kindly fill the form below.

Our Location

Address:

12th KM, Zero Point, Near Vidhan Sabha, Off Baloda Bazar Road, Village: Nardaha, Raipur, 493111, Chhattisgarh, India. 

Mobile: +91-999-3466-111