4. Ecole Mondiale World School
JVPD Scheme, Juhu
History: The school began its first year with 38 students in August 2008, and Academic Year 2017-18 opened with approximately 1,591 students.
Unique features: The school has put together a Level-4 security system to protect children. The classrooms and labs are fitted with PCs, iPads, laptops, and interactive whiteboards to make learning easier, engaging and more fun. The entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled. It provides air-conditioned buses, with trained hostesses to escort children to school and back. There is a GPS in place on all buses to track location in real time.
Board: IB, IGCSE
Annual fees: Toddler: Rs 2L; Pre-school: Rs 6.9L; Class 1-10: Rs 9.9L; Class 11-12: Rs 10.9L
Highest ratings in: Educational philosophy, teachers, breadth of vision
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