These schools follow an international curriculum or one adapted to a local curriculum with an aim to educate children to become global citizens with a passion for striving for personal achievements, the progress of society and achieve success based on one’s abilities and interests.
International mindedness and intercultural awareness are instilled in young minds by having students and sometimes faculty from diverse cultures, countries, and languages. They are groomed to become active, compassionate and learners for life. Qualified faculty uses state-of-the-art infrastructure and teaching aids like smart-classes, computers, and audio-visual aids optimally to impart integrated and laterally connected knowledge in various subjects.
These schools mushroomed to cater for children of expats impart education catering to social, cultural and transitional adjustments. Lately, Indian parents are opting for these schools with an aim of providing internationally recognized education which will open doors to a galore of opportunities for higher education or job opportunities abroad.
This is a part of Delhi NCR but in the state of Haryana. The boom in Gurgaon was established by an aggressive real-estate market with parallel progress in industries, evident from its placement as a city with India’s third largest per-capita income. With the influx of foreign companies, BPOs, MNCs, and industries related to textile, pharma, biotech, and aggro, many people have made this satellite city their homes.
Study in International Schools
Personalized attention with a student-teacher ratio of 20:1, emphasis on practical education rather than textbook knowledge, and innovative and student-centric teaching methods groom children to become inquisitive and enthusiastic learners. Visits to sites outside school environment from kindergarten stage infuse learning by seeing-and-doing. Public speaking and self-confidence are enhanced by student participation in class-discussions, debates and stage performances.
Parents also participate in constructive education through voluntary work and parent-teacher meets. These schools involve in student-exchange programs and impart not just academic, but holistic education to children through co-curricular activities like arts, dramatics, and sports.