Rural India needs an education system that specifically answers its needs and fills its shortcomings. Established in 1995, the BCT Residential Model High School answers those needs through its government-recognized value-based, skill-oriented rurally-biased approach. Its salient features include Academics, Skill education, Social animation and Infrastructure
With the school building and hostels constructed by the Infosys fund in the years 2011 and 2018 respectively, separate hostel facilities are provided for boys and girls. Each of the hostel rooms are equipped with bunk beds and study tables.
A well-equipped science lab is made available to the students.
A library with about 4000 books has been made available. Books are in Telugu, English, and Hindi languages, and students use the services while preparing their projects
There is sufficient playground for student’s recreation. An open air amphitheatre is also present.
This enables computer education for the students. Students learn topics like MS Office, Power point, Paint, typing speed, HTML, notepad and hardware
A large mess equipped with chairs and tables allows students to gather together and eat comfortably. The food is cooked fresh in the school kitchen, and a weekly menu of balanced diet is provided to the students.
After a 2 year gap due to Covid, school students of BCT Residential High School could finally go for the school picnic. Held in February 2022, the students were taken by buses to the Visakhapatnam zoo and Tenneti park for a school picnic. Needless to say, the children enjoyed this lovely outing with friends. The unexpected cherry on the top was the Navy day parade which was happening at the same day. The thrilled children enjoyed seeing the many ships and aerial displays on the occasion.
On January 7, 2022, BCT school organized a rangoli (muggulu) competition for the children and school staff to celebrate Sankranti. The air took on festive hues, as colorful muggulu were meticulously crafted on the school grounds. A group of boys kept the energy alive with their rhythmic rendering of the drums. BCT Central Coordinator Sri Sitaramaraju and School Principal Mrs. SK Renuka served as the judges and announced prizes.
In order to build awareness on future courses of study, a program on career guidance was conducted for the students of classes 9 and 10 at BCT Residential High School. The session was conducted by teachers Mr. Srinivas & Mr. Prudhivi, who elaborated about the various options available to students.
A medical camp was held for the health check of the students. Held on 14th and 15th February, blood group and hemoglobin test was conducted for all the students from classes VI to IX. Teachers also actively participated in the medical camp.