Hare Krishna Public school (HKPS) is founded as a public school in Aligarh in 2008, it is a private
Institution runs by the Hare Krishna Society.
HKPS is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognized by the Department of Education, Govt. of NCT Delhi and the ministry of HRD, Govt of India.
Life at HKPS, centers on a shared commitment to academic excellence, intellectual growth, arts, athletics, and high standards of ethical awareness, sportsmanship, and community service. Depth and variety are added to each student's life by the school's traditions.
The school, though wholly autonomous, proudly upholds its founders' commitment of excellence in all fields, with emphasis on the motto to give and expand knowledge and science with devotion for the supreme personality.
It is beneath the effervescence of its campus, that the students of Hare Krishna Public School find the wellsprings of the professional attitude and vigor, which distinguish it from other schools. Students develop their own abilities and talents, and discover their teaming potential, which is reached in an invigorating and competitive atmosphere, created by excellent facilities, and, exposure and guidance provided by a highly qualified and dedicated faculty.
The spiritual, social and moral values help to promote confidence, direction, and critical thinking skills, leading to the development of well-adjusted, adaptable and integrated personalities. In other words, Hare Krishna Public School offers a comprehensive and holistic education.
Besides being committed to academic excellence and providing an education for all round development, another special characteristic of HKPS is the appreciation of the worth of the individual student. The School is equally committed to the under-represented and less-privileged segments of the population, such as gifted applicants whose parents did not attend school and children with high potential facing difficult financial circumstances.
A major landmark development has been the inclusion of the physically and mentally handicapped children into the mainstream of school life, which contributes to the strong sense of community, so characteristic of the School. In other words, children belonging to every strata of society are given the opportunity to study at the School. Neither does the School discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, caste or creed, in the implementation of its admission policy.
All the academic programs and activities at HKPS work towards one purpose - to help students develop lives of significance for themselves and for others.