Bishop Cotton Girls' School

Bishop Cotton Girls' School, also known as BCGS, is a private all-girls school for boarders and day scholars in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The school offers academic scholarships, which aid students from lower income backgrounds to afford tuition and boarding fees. It has been awarded the International School award by the British Council, and is regarded as one of Asia's leading academic institutions.

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