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Oakridge International School-Newton Campus BlogSpot

Oakridge International School is a centre for excellence in education. In keeping with the rich heritage of India, it will stress the simultaneous development of the Spirit, the Mind and the Body and endeavor to send out compassionate, responsible and … Continue reading

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India’s Top Schools | oakridge

Here comes another prestigious moment for Oakridge, as the school has been ranked among the top schools in the country. The Pioneer survey has bestowed upon Oakridge the rank of A+++ (the highest rating that can be given) for nurturing … Continue reading

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The Bonding between Music and Kids

Ancient Greek philosopher Plato said: “Music is moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight the imagination and charm and cheerfulness to life and to everything.” Music brings joy and makes us feel happy at … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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International Schools is an environment that inspires thinking.

Welcome to Oakridge Einstein, Bachupally. Where a personalized learning approach – that includes both classroom and non-classroom based teaching – is the way. Because we believe every child possesses a set of skills and talent that need to be nurtured. … Continue reading

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Education Advantage in International Schools

When asked how much educated men were superior to those uneducated, Aristotle answered, ‘As much as the living is to the dead.’ The practice of education and learning started long before when human beings were living a civilized life or … Continue reading

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