Dolphins High School, Pratap Nagar – Admission, Fee Structure, Facilities

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Name: Dolphins High School, Pratap Nagar
Address: Sector 28, Plot No. 14, Pratap Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Pin: 302033
Contact No.: (0141)6545943, 6545944


Dolphins High School, Pratap Nagar is an English Medium co-educational senior secondary school. This school deals in higher secondary classes that are pre-primary classes to XII classes. Dolphins High School, Pratap Nagar is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. There are 24 Dolphins High School are running across the Rajasthan state and this school is one of them established in the year 2010. Dolphins High School provides early childhood education for preschool-aged children in a joyful, nurturing and safe learning environment. Dolphins High School, Pratap Nagar focuses on developing the literacy skills as well as provide experiences that enrich each child’s social, emotional, physical, cognitive, intellectual, and creative abilities.


Admissions in Dolphins High School is open to all boys and girls without any discrimination with anyone. The admissions in Dolphins High school starts in the month of February. The registration form for admission are available on the school campus and all the interested parents and students are advised to collect it from the campus and submit it as early as possible. There are only limited seats available for admission and admission will be given on “First Come, First Serve” Basis. But if there are more queries regarding admission, a school might conduct an admission test or an interview to give admission. The school has formulated minimum age criteria for admission which has to be followed by everyone strictly. To know more about this kindly contact the school authority on the details mentioned above. The documents required at the time of admission are:

  • 4 Passport Size Photographs
  • Migration Certificate if mentioned in the form
  • Transfer Certificate issued by the previous school attended
  • Birth Certificate issued by Municipality


The facilities play a very important role in all round development of the child. The Facilities provided by the Dolphins High School, Pratap Nagar are mentioned below:

  • Library
  • Transportation
  • Medical Facilities
  • Indoor/Outdoor Facilities
  • Art & Music Classes
  • Cafeteria
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