Learn more about the unique features that make The Bodhi International School the top school in India. Integrated Coaching for XI & XII. Child-friendly Campus. Equal Importance to sports. Hospitality.
Inquiry-based learning is a form of active learning inspired by international philosophy. In contrast to traditional education wherein teachers share their knowledge on a subject, inquiry-based learning prompts students to identify questions and issues and develop knowledge and solutions through research and analysis. Here the student becomes an active participant and teachers facilitate the process of learning.
The Integrated Coaching Program for classes XI & XII is handled by faculty with proven records and years of experience in coaching students for JEE and NEET. They also train them for board exams, entrance exams and competitive exams such as NTSE, KVPY, National and International Olympiads within school hours.
To sit in class or climb a tree? Never a question for Bodhians. Our Bodhians uniform is designed in such a way that students look professional in a classroom environment. While House wear also being comfortable doing physical activities such as sports, yoga and gymnastics. Students have a choice of 3 different houses, making every day a vibrant colorful thoughts.
The Honest Shop aims to foster the values of honesty and integrity to the extent that each student is accountable to their own conscience rather than to an external authority. School supplies are made available with the prices affixed. The students can pick up and pay for supplies they need without being prompted or monitored.
At The Bodhi, we consider the importance of extracurricular activities to be on par with that of academics, so that we refer to them as para-academics. The Bodhi International School offers such a wide variety of extracurricular activities that each child spends at least 6-7 hours on para-academics every week.
“Art is the journey of a free soul.” - Alev Oguz
Art in all its varied and diverse forms is an integral part of every Bodhian's experience. Right from kindergarten, children are exposed to various modes and techniques of expression to give wings to their imagination. The budding artists showcase their expertise through innovative on the school every week and at an annual exhibition.
"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” - Plato
Our little Bodhians are trained in a wide variety of musical categories and genres, ranging from Carnatic and Western to folk music and pop. This helps them appreciate music as a form of personal and cultural expression and makes them proficient performers, composers and connoisseurs of the musical arts.
Our talent hub initiative is aimed to give all bodhians the chance to experience the art of acting or any talent that they posses and performing on stage at their leisure. This will give them the pleasure of transforming into various characters from different places in their very own school, and also allow them to experience different forms of themselves such as shadow play, rapping, poets and mime. Each term culminates in an annual production in which all students participate. Some of our past programs has produced Poets, singers, rappers, beatbox experts, dancers, comedians and many more talents.
The Debate Association of The Bodhi aims to contribute to the realization of The Bodhian’s vision by helping students develop skills such as critical thinking, logical analysis, open-mindedness, teamwork, creativity, confidence, public speaking and quick thinking, which are essential to face the challenges of the 21st century.
“Travel opens your heart, broadens your mind and fills your life with stories to tell.” — Paula Bendfeldt
To widen horizons, expose students to different cultures and to relate theoretical learning with real-life experiences, The Bodhi offers safe and fun-filled educational trips both within India and internationally. In the past, students have traveled to Chennai (leadership, Sports and adventure), Thirumaiyam, Madurai, Keeladi, Rameswaram (history and heritage) and Linyi, China (workshop on Hands on Inquire Based Learning).