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Registered Office : 18, Royd Street, Kolkata 700 016
Administration Office : 125/1 Park Street, Kolkata 700 017
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Phone : +91 90739 33788

School motto
My utmost for His Highest

Affiliated to
Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)

Course of study

Medium of instruction

Co-educational day school

A brief history
Moved by the plight of the city’s poor and homeless children, Pastor Buntain set up the first Assembly of God Church School in Kolkata in January 1964 with 200 children enrolled. The school provided education, a mid-day meal and healthy nurture, with a focus towards children from underprivileged backgrounds.

This first school was followed by nine Village Vernacular schools in rural South Bengal, established in quick succession in the 1970s. In subsequent years a second English medium school was established in Tollygunge and a Teachers’ Training Junior College. The educational mission then extended beyond with several more schools being established in other towns in West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha.

The Founders
The Assembly of God Church Schools owe their existence to the vision and dedication of our beloved founders, Mark and Huldah Buntain, who in obedience to the call of God, left their home in Canada and came to Kolkata, India in October 1954.

The compassionate involvement of the Buntains, however, extended beyond education and continues even today through a feeding programme for the poor in the streets and slums of Kolkata, a multi- specialty hospital, nursing school, a child sponsorship programme, a vocational training centre, homes for underprivileged children and rescue and rehabilitation of sex trafficked women.

The Assembly of God schools continue to pursue the vision of our beloved founders as expressed in the school motto: Building a better India by building better boys and girls.