Kaziranga English Academy

Future Flourishes Here



Kaziranga English Academy is set in the midst of the verdant hills, in the southern fringe of Guwahati - the gateway to the North-East. It has a sprawling school campus against a spectacular backdrop of misty hills; appropriately located away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Academy was established on 02nd April, 2003 to enable it to confirm to the standards and requirements of modern residential education; it in particular to incorporate the healthier features of the English Public Schools and to integrate that education with the Indian environment. The main objective of the school, a co-educational and completely residential one, is to mould its pupils in such a way that they become capable of facing all the challenges of life, be it physical, mental and social with the right attitude.


Principal’s Desk

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire" - William Butler Yeats. With this intrinsic belief, we here try our level best to instill in our children a love for learning, which is the crux of education. We look into the fact that the classrooms are exciting and promote curiosity. We believe that our gen next is bright, aware, smart and rooted with strong values. There has been a paradigm shift in approach to teaching-learning process now and much focus is being given on personality development, character building and imparting life skills. As Theodore Roosevelt has rightly said, "To educate a person in the mind but not in morals is to educate a menace to society".
To carry forward our ideals, I take this opportunity to voice my thoughts to all the parents and teachers because a unified effort and an extraordinary team spirit of the two gives impetus to the school to move forward into an ever widening course of action. It is so because parents and teachers constitute the backbone of an establishment like ours - the backbone that supports the whole superstructure like the great spreading roots of a tree. Let us join hands to make this institution grow from strength to strength.
Jaya Chakrawarty


Chairman Desk


With the flow of time, things change - a universal truth. This unforgiving world is intolerant towards stagnancy. So, we welcome changes and move with its flow. Education and learning process - this as a whole has undergone a sea-change in the recent past. It promises simplified teaching - but ends up being even more complex with addition of newness each day.
Kaziranga English Academy, right from the time of establishment has been religiously catering to the need of educating today's generation with latest teaching and educating process. Apart from the academics, the school sees to the other areas of grooming the young minds. Active participation of the school in diverse activities conducted from time to time equips and empowers the students to step into their choosen world confidently.
A team of learned faculties with skilled teaching, round the clock vigilant, rendering relentless service is the backbone in moulding the green buds to fully bloomed fragrant flowers. Truly, future flourishes here.


Fatik Bhattacharjee
Chairman, KEA Society




Dear Parents,

The Winter Break for students from class III to class IX can leave the campus on 22nd December 2016 and they will report on 17th January 2017 by 4 PM.

Students from Class X to XII can leave the campus on 11th January 2017 and they will report on 17th January 2017 by 4 PM.

For those students travelling by flight, parents are requested to book the tickets accordingly.



Guwahati, October 2, 2016

CBSE under 19 Cluster  I Volleyball Tournament begins here today in Kaziranga English Academy, Guwahati premises. Altogether 20 teams, 12 boys and 8 girls, from 13 schools from the entire northeast have participated in the tournament. The tournament got under way with a wonderful cultural presentation as a part of the opening ceremony. Dr. Shubhash Basumatary, Director of Sports Authority of India was the chief guest on the occasion who addressed the august gathering with words of inspiration.In the inaugural match in the boys’ category the host Kaziranga English Academy defeated NPS International School, Guwahati by 2-1 sets(25-13, 20-25, 15-11). KEA girls stormed into the semifinal by defeating Delhi Public School, Guwahati by 2-0 sets (25-09, 25-10).

The other results of the day

Boys’ category:

Sainik School, Goalpara beat Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Barsojai (2-0 sets)

DPS, Dhaligaon beat VKV, Umrangsho (2-0 sets)

Axel Public School beat DPS, Guwahati (2-0 sets)

NPS International School got walk over vs. HKV, Guwahati.

MBRS, Guwahati beat Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Barsojai (2-0 sets)

Girls’ category:

MBRS, Guwahati beat Axel Public School (2-0 sets)

Holy Home Senior Secondary School beat Faculty Higher Secondary School (2-1 sets)

DPS, Dhaligaon got walk over vs HKV, Guwahati

Holy Home Senior Secondary School beat AXEL Public School (2-0 sets)

KEA Boys & Girls, MBRS Girls and Sainik School, Goalpara in Finals.

Guwahati, October 3, 2016

Kaziranga English Academy Boys and Girls, MBRS, Guwahati Girls and Sainik School Boys made into the finals of the ongoing CBSE Inter-School Cluster I Volleyball Tournament 2016. In the first semifinal match in the boys’ category Sainik School, Goalpara registered comprehensive win over DPS, Dhaligaon to confirm their place in the finals. In the second semifinal, the host Kaziranga English Academy defeated Axel Public School, Guwahati by 3-0 sets.

In the girls’ category, in an exciting semifinal match MBRS, Guwahati defeated Delhi Public School, Dhaligaon by 3-2 sets to enter into the finals. In the second semifinal KEA, Guwahati Girls tamed the Holy Home Senior Secondary School Girls by 3-0 setsto storm into the finals. The final matches will be played tomorrow here in KEA, Guwahati premises.

Guwahati, October 4, 2016

The CBSE Cluster I Volleyball Tournament 2106 concluded in Kaziranga English Academy. Miles Bronson Residential School Girls lifted the winners’ trophy by defeating the host  Kaziranga English Academy  in the highly exciting final match. In the Boys’ category Sainik School, Goalpara beat the host team KEA to lift the trophy. In the Girls’ category, Tsering Dolma of KEA was adjudged the Player of the Tournament and MonjitDowarah of KEA was declared Player of the tournament in the Boys’ Category.Mr. Jagadish Barman, Assistant Secretary of CBSE Guwahati region was the Chief Guest in the Closing Ceremony.