best international school

Pradip Kumar Das
B.Sc., Dip.Th., B.D., M. Th., B.Ed., M. Litt. (U.K)

With over 150 million schools in the world, of which 15 million are in India alone, what makes a school unique and how does it meet the needs of a child?

Kohinoor American School (KAS) is one such school that believes in the uniqueness of every child and is on the cutting edge of educating and preparing children for the future ahead. Here is why?

Firstly, Kohinoor is dedicated to the child. Its programs are child centered with the four pillars of Knowledge, Wellness, Service and Peace upholding our vision, mission and core values.

Secondly, it offers an internationally recognized curriculum in the American style of education, which puts the child in the center of the program. The school and its programs are not learning centered, but revolve around the child, their strengths, their weakness’ and their aspirations and dreams.

Thirdly, veteran educators, administrators, and board members who are masters of their own crafts and visionaries in the field of education guide and lead the school in pursuit of innovative ways to educate a child.

Fourthly, the educational journey will be with a personalized guidance and counseling programin partnership with family and experts guiding them towards citizens of the world having a world embracing vision.

Each child is poised to receive a holistic education, free from failure. The environment is designed to prepare children with an internationally minded outlook leading them to being champions of their own future. They learn to live with a positive attitude towards life, work side by side with others in an environment of mutual respect, trust and a spirit of service.

I welcome you to explore our school, its philosophies and values. I can assure you that you will be convinced that KAS is the ideal environment and program for your child.

Rabindranath Tagore is quoted to have said, “Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time.” At KAS, we are just not educators but awakeners – awakening the child to the opportunities that lie ahead and a destiny filled with promise and success.