Why ICSE Board and Why Greenwood

In India, particularly in Bangalore, there are numerous options when it comes to schools.Choosing the right school for your child can be daunting, yet it cannot be overlooked as your kids’ future is at stake.

Before shortlisting schools, let’s understand how the education system works in India. Currently there are three mainstream board systems namely CBSE (Central Board of Education), ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) and IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education), which are popular and most preferred by the parents across the country. Each board is unique and differ in their curriculum, functionality, abilities and standards.

In this article, let’s see why most parents prefer ICSE over CBSE.

ICSE emphasizes on a holistic education, insisting on a child’s overall growth. Hence, it has a more balanced syllabus compared to CBSE.  Vast and comprehensive in nature, the syllabus is structured and aimed to give due importance to practical knowledge and analytical skills in students. Apart from having the flexibility of selecting subjects of their choice, students get to study them in detail. Perhaps the biggest advantage enjoyed by the students of ICSE board is the competitive edge that they develop in English. Recognized by many foreign education systems, ICSE is also best suited for parents who might have to relocate to different countries.

Why Greenwood, when it comes to ICSE?

Accolades: Apart from numerous awards and accolades, recently Greenwood High has been bestowed “The Best ICSE School in Bangalore” and “The Best International School in Bangalore” by the Certificate of the Health and Safety Rating from Moody’s.  Also, the school is the first to be accredited with a “Safety and Health Management Systems-18001:2007 Certificate”.

Not long ago, Greenwood High also secured its place in a book released by Cambridge University Students’ Union, being ranked among the “Top 100 World Schools” based on its best school education practices.

Holistic Education:  True to its motto of “Rooted in Knowledge”, the school imparts world-class education from preschool to high school.  With proven methodologies, hands-on training, highly reputed faculties, top of the line infrastructure, the school imparts expert tutelage, provides creative freedom and inspires innovation among the next-generation kids.

Top Locations: The Greenwood High Pre School known as PSAC (Pre School Activity Centre) is located at Koramangala, Whitefield, Bannerghatta and Jayanagar. Greenwood High Main Schools are located, one near Gunjur village on Varthur Sarjapur main road and the other on CK Palya, Off Bannerghatta Road.

Truly International: The school admits Indian children as well as international students from foreign countries. After Grade 5, students are given the choice of continuing with ICSE or shifting to the University of Cambridge IGCSE program. IB is offered for Grade 11 & 12.

World Class Infrastructure& Transport Facilities

  • Well equipped, spacious class rooms
  • A separate Boys and Girls hostel, which is taken care by wardens and the Principal himself, who stays on campus.
  • A round-the-clock, well-equipped,hygienic canteen, serving nutritious food.
  • Day Care facility for Nursery and LKG students up to 3.30 PM
  • Fully Air Conditioned,GPS-fitted fleet of buses operated by highly experienced and trained driver, with each bus having a school maid from starting to end point to help the children

Parents Involvement: Parents can keep a complete tab on their kid. They can access their child’s Academic Progress Report, Attendance Report, Class teacher remarks and can even communicate with subject teachers and also check Fees status, Health status and Library book by logging into the school website. They receive newsletters and SMSes (during emergencies).

When it comes to the growth and development of young minds, we believe in a holistic approach. That is why we strictly recommend following the ICSE board of education system for your child. And there is nowhere better to receive it than Greenwood High.

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