History of HPS

The Hyderabad Public School, Ramanthapur was established in 1972. An autonomous institution, HPSR is a member of the Indian Public School Conference and is now permanently affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi.

The Hyderabad Public School is a day boarding cum boarding school, with emphasis on the overall development of its students. The school premises reflect this philosophy by combining modern buildings and classroom facilities with large, well-manicured playing fields and areas left under natural vegetation.Nature and nurture are two sides of the same coin for us. Guided by our vision,we use our energies and talent to nurture our students, all the while emphasizing the pivotal role that nature plays in our lives.

The school complex comprises of administrative block, high school academic block, library, infirmary, dining hall, hostel block, upper primary wing and last but not the least junior primary wing. In addition to these there are housing facilities for some staff members who oversee the boarding operations and maintenance of the school and grounds.The current student body of the school boasts a strength of approximately 2000, which includes around 100 boys residing in the boarding house.

Inspired by the rich history of the region, the school has four houses named after some of the illustrious dynasties that have ruled over the region. These houses are also colour coded. They are: Satavahana (blue), Kakatiya (green),Vijayanagara (red) and AsifJahi (yellow).