27 Oct 2015 | 3 min Read
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Although ICSE schools in India teach the same subjects as other boards of education in the country, they differ from them in that they encourage a more in-depth knowledge of the subjects. While the choice of board is important, it really depends on the school for what they offer in terms of curriculum.
Here are the top search results for ICSE schools in Delhi:
Scottish High International School is built on the belief that children need freedom and space to grow into responsible well-informed adults who are an asset to the society they are a part of. Spread over 5 acres, the school inculcates values of compassion, creativity and discipline. The school has been built with a futuristic approach, using the latest technology all throughout the e-campus.
Promoted by Unitech South City Educational Charitable Trust (USECT), Shikshantar aims to provide an environment which is conducive to learning. The school follows a method of integrated education and adopts progressive international practices to help make learning meaningful.
Conveniently located on the Noida Expressway, BM Global School’s biggest strength is a strong management team which is personally involved in the day-to-day working and which interacts closely with every child. The teachers and staff together build a caring and welcoming environment which makes children look forward to school. Sports and games such as horse-riding, volleyball, skating and lawn tennis are available for all students. Music and dance classes are also provided to them.
Located in Lajpat Nagar,New Delhi, The Frank Anthony Public School is owned and administered by the All-India Anglo-Indian Education Institution, New Delhi. It was established by Mr Frank Anthony in 1958 in association with the Cambridge Syndicate. The school inculcates discipline and high moral values in children, raising them to be responsible citizens and future leaders.
Spread over four campuses in Delhi, TSRS is accessible to students from Vasant Vihar, Moulsari Avenue, DLF Phase II and DLF Phase IV. The school had been established in 1988 by Mrs Manju Bharat Ram to create a school which children look forward to attending. The current management of the school furthers this vision, and provide for holistic development. They are also well informed about their own cultural traditions and heritage in order to make a lasting impact on the global community.
Established in January 1963 and run by the Society of St. Patrick, Mount St. Mary’s Delhi Cantthas classic values. Character formation is the primary aim of the school, and hence stress on good behaviour, high ideals and moral rectitude.
Built on a 25-acre campus midway between Delhi and Jaipur, the Raffles International School is a co-educational facility providing daily, weekly or full time boarding to students. The school strives to offer a flexible curriculum through affiliation with renowned international institutions. The school facilitates holistic development of children through activity-based learning and a wide range of co-curricular activities.
When you have zeroed in on the institution you would like to enrol your child in, do visit the facility on a working day to observe the day-to-day classroom environment and meet the faculty before you make up your mind!