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Yes a prior appointment is needed. Please call 9068716020.
We do not offer tuition. However we do have support classes through the year. Children who require support see their teachers or the coordinators.
We are a residential school for girls and believe in sound Indian value systems, and in the significance of bringing up children in a happy, positive and nurturing atmosphere. We believe in secularism and encourage respect of all religions, beliefs, customs and opinions. In the ultimate analysis, the quality of a school is reflected in its students. We seek to enable all children to explore their multifaceted talents and facilitate opportunities for celebration of these talents. Emphasis is on academic excellence, pastoral care and a range of co-curricular activities. There is a strong focus on social responsibility and global citizenship in all aspects of school life. The school curriculum and ethos provides opportunities for students to develop into compassionate, caring human beings who will contribute positively to the world they live in.
Registrations are open from the month of April till the scheduled entrance test.
Admissions are decided on a point basis and siblings are advantaged in the selection.
After registration we send the syllabus, sample papers, registration letter and the admit card (For entrance exam) of the child by email to the parents.
Yes you may register online.
Your child will appear for English, Hindi and Mathematics and a formal interview.
You may pay the registration fee through NEFT/RTGS/Online Banking.
Registration fee is non -refundable.
After you receive the offer of admission from the school.
If there is a valid reason your child can join late. To help your child to settle in easily we would like to have her join with the other new students.
The school requires three months notice for withdrawal and refund of deposits.
You may register your child a day prior to the entrance test.
Our campus is totally safe for the girls. We have armed guards (at all three gates as well as on the campus) cameras have been installed at strategic points at the academic buildings, lobbies and outside the residential blocks.
Your child will contact you on weekends.
Outings will be fully based on the School Calendar. We generally provide one day or one night out in a month. This may be clubbed sometimes with festivals. There may be a month when no visits are allowed.
Apart from the academics we have Sports, Dance, Music, Fine Arts, Pottery, Textile, Sculpture making, Photography, World Scholar’s Cup, etc.
We serve both Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian. We serve non- vegetarian three times in a week. No, it is not compulsory to have non-vegetarian.
No they are not allowed to keep mobiles with them.
They are not allowed to go out of the campus alone. Teacher escorts are always with them.
There are 6-8 beds in a dormitory.
There are 20 – 25 students in one section.
No, admission will be based on the student’s performance in the test.
We provide transport facility only till Jolly Grant Airport.
If a student faces any problem on the campus they may speak to the House Mistress, Assistant House Mistress, Coordinators or the Principal.
Yes we do have a counsellor on campus.
We have a career counsellor on campus for student guidance.
We have a 21 bed infirmary,with an MBBS doctor, three nurses and an ambulance (24×7).
Yes you may write to your child as often as you like. All children send letters by post. Those who have parents abroad and senior students may email once a week.
You may visit your child 20 days after admission. During the first 20 days we do not permit parents to either meet or talk to their child. This is to ensure that the transition period is smooth for both parents and children. All other visiting days are slotted on the school calendar.
No they are not allowed.