IN A NUTSHELL
Here, teachers and parents work in close co-operation with each other. Students are encouraged to work freely and independently and are exposed to different facets of life. The aim is to assist them to develop their own potential to the maximum rather than push them into direct competition with other children.
It is a
co-educational, secular School recognised by the Government of Maharashtra
and affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate
Examination, New Delhi.
Greater emphasis is laid on the style of learning and appreciation of what is learnt, rather than on the content of the curriculum. At Bombay International School, the Public exam is not the only end towards which the School works.
The School enrolls
less than 400 children and keeps the teacher student ratio high
(approximately 1:11) to make sure that each student gets adequate and
satisfactory individual attention from the teacher.
When a child is admitted to the School, the parents become members of the Bombay International School Association. Each set of parents has one vote. The Management comprises of Parent Members, two Founder Members one Trustee Member, experts in a given field, if required, and the Principal as an Ex-officio member.
The Board of
Governors supervises the overall administration
of the School. The Board members select from amongst themselves,
one Chairman, one vice-Chairman, one or two Honorary Secretaries and one