Established in 2006, Vidya Sanskar International School is a nurturing community of students, which welcomes a rich diversity of backgrounds and ethnicities. Following the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) curriculum from primary classes to A Levels, Vidya Sanskar is India's first residential school that has been instituted to provide a holistic learning environment. Committed to the pursuit of excellence, the school prides itself in being an institution which encourages its students to share their perspectives, so as to facilitate the students to be critical of the world and to gain a thorough understanding.
Vidya Sanskar International School is an educational ecosystem which is home to students hailing from all parts of India as well as the world. Providing them with the highest aspirations in learning, the school works tirelessly towards inculcating values that would help them meet challenges in their present and future lives. Nurturing the ideals of self-awareness and self-respect, Vidya Sanskar helps the students acquire a reasoned set of values and beliefs which make them own a capacity to live lives as independent, selfmotivated adults with the will to contribute to the welfare of others, and of the society.
The school's infrastructure helps promote creativity in the students while serving as a relaxing environment to inspire a yearning for knowledge. Comprising of over 300,000 square feet of state-of-the-art, airconditioned sports and learning facilities spread over 20 acres of landscaped greens; Vidya Sanskar promotes a holistic learning environment. Weaving a strong moral fabric which promotes ethical thinking and behavior, Vidya Sanskar International School seeks to shape future citizens who pride themselves in their wisdom, leadership and education, which has become a hallmark of our value-based schooling.
Reflected through our teaching and learning characterizing all areas of our curriculum, Vidya Sanskar International School believes firmly in the words of the eminent American educator & poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -"Heights by great men reached and kept were not obtained by sudden flight but, while their companions slept, they were toiling upward in the night".