The Bishop's School is an Indian private, unaided (independent) minority school, for boarding and day students between LKG and 12th grade. It is located in Pune, which is the cultural capital of the state of Maharashtra. It was founded in 1864 by Bishop Harding, the adjutant general of the British Indian Army. The school was envisioned as a self-supporting institution founded for the children of warrant officers and non-commissioned officers stationed at Pune who, not belonging to Regiments, did not have regimental facilities. The first headmaster was a British Army Corporal, Robert Mansfield. The current officiating principal is Joel Edwin. It is one of India's oldest education institutions. The Bishop's School students and alumni are called "Bishopites" and students, faculty and staff often refer to the school simply as "Bishop's
Address5-A, General Bhagat Marg, Camp, Pune,, Pune, Pune, Maharashtra
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