- MemberJanuary 31, 2017 at 9:20 am
My family has recently moved to Bangalore, India. I would like to find best school in Bangalore with international curriculum for my brother. Can anybody suggest me the best international school in Bangalore? Is Greenwood High International School among the best schools in Bangalore?
- MemberMay 14, 2018 at 5:49 am
Finding a right school is crucial as it affects the student’s mental and educational growth. Like every parent, you also want to provide your brother with the best learning opportunities. Since you have shifted to Bangalore recently, it’s more important for you to choose the school that would suit your brother’s need as it might be difficult for him to cope with the new environment. In Bangalore, you can find a number of highly regarded international schools. All most all the schools focus on providing world-class education and also develop student’s personality.
Here I have listed few international schools that are offering qualitative education in Bangalore
The International School Bangalore: It has students from around the globe. Accredited by ‘The International General Certificate of Secondary Education and CIE, the school has all most all the facilities anyone can think of. School follows the curriculum of England for pre-primary and middle-school students.
Oasis International School: it is a non-profit institution directed by the Isra Trust. It follows the curriculum of the CIE for the middle school and primary level kids.
Candor International School: The schools offer the IGCSE curriculum for up to middle-level kids. The school is set on the area of twenty-five acres.
Inventure Academy: Up to grade eight it follows CICSE curriculum. It is located in Whitefield – Sarjapur Road Chikkavaderapura.
Primus Public School: The school provided personalized attention to the students. It also follows CIE curriculum for eight to ten class students.
All the above mention schools are highly regarded and are bit expensive as well. So before deciding which school would be good for your brother, I would suggest you visit the school personally. Make sure that your brother is happy too because it’s him who will be spending years of his life in that school so his consent is the most.
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