International Schools are Shaping them young, shaping them bright.

The primary focus at Oakridge Einstein is to give the toddlers the right foundation. The school follows an amalgam of curriculum prescribed by the CBSE, with the international curriculum of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program me (IBPYP). What follow then is observation, exploration and play.

More importantly, the Pre-Primary Years (PP1 and PP2) is about the emphasis of social and physical skills, leading to the development of the total potential of the child. Children are introduced to early literary, early numerical concepts and skills, and this encourages them to connect to the world around them, faster.

Teachers are friends, teachers are fun.

Oakridge Einstein has a team of highly trained teachers. The team is led by its Principal, Mrs. C. Adilakshmi, who is also India’s first IB Workshop Leader. The Founder Headmistress of Oakridge International Schools, she was also the Head of the Teacher Training Institute affiliated to the Osmania University before she joined the school. She brings to the school a blend of steely determination and a humane approach tempered – an effect of strong experience in running the Newton Campus, Gachibowli. She is joined by a team of experienced teachers who bring to the best international schools their ability to build an engaging atmosphere for students to grow in. Needless to say, the teachers are trained and constantly updated about the latest in education technology, ensuring that they have at their disposal, the best tools to teach children.

Does Oakridge have a particular educational philosophy or mission?

 Oakridge international schools believes that every child has a treasure within. The school kindles in children intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual development. It aims to produce successful, responsible, creative, global citizens. Oakridge aspires to provide its students with the best possible resources so they develop into the kind of human beings the world needs.

How does the school encourage and monitor students’ progress?

 At Oakridge, we evaluate progress of every child through a system of continuous assessment, which focuses on the child’s all round development. Evaluation is done with our unique Touchstone System, designed to ensure that students are prepared for success in the exam called life as well.

 What kind of library resources is available to the students?

 Our Learning Resource Centre (LRC) provides holistic library services to students. Built on titles and journals of international repute, Oakridge’s LRC makes the school truly a centre for global learning. IT facilities are provided to access information within least possible time frames. We ensure that the LRC is constantly updated as these have an immediate bearing not only on class work, but also on broadening students’ horizons of knowledge.

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Oakridge International Schools offers an international educational opportunity that prepares students for life, work and civic roles in a globally interconnected world.
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