Promoted in 2004 by a group of eminent industry and business leaders, Greenwood High International School is committed to the cause of providing quality education in India.
Sited on a 38 acre campus off Sarjapur Road, Bangalore, the school is affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. Greenwood is also affiliated with the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE, UK) and the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), Geneva. Greenwood High is run by Greenwood High Trust helmed by chairman Mr. Bijay Agarwal, a first-generation entrepreneur who has built a rock-solid empire as the managing director of Salarpuria Sattva, taking the company through a consistent growth curve since 1993.
Providing world class education right from preschool through high school, the co-ed international day-cum-boarding school has established a national reputation for nurturing “free-thinking, socially responsible students, in an active and free atmosphere, to make students truly world-ready.”
The school believes in a holistic approach to education with expert tutelage, creative freedom and inspiring innovation, being essential for moulding students from core to advanced knowledge.
Sited on a 38 acre campus, the school is well-designed with a “perfect blend of aesthetics, style and comfort”. Greenwood’s contemporary academic infrastructure includes 140 classrooms, well-equipped labs and a state-of-the-art library stocked with 14,000 books for all age groups, among others. The library is equipped with facilities for teachers and students to research for resources online and for parents to keep track of books borrowed by their children from the library and also includes a separate research room for teachers with computer-internet facility.
The computer, math and science (biotechnology, physics, chemistry and biology) labs are staffed with well trained lab assistants to assist them. The school offers 24×7 doctors on call service, quality first aid and pre-medical care equipments. The fully WiFi enabled campus also hosts impressive facilities for sports and games such as swimming, football, throwball, basketball, tennis, and volleyball.
A 500-seats amphitheatre equipped with excellent acoustics and a spacious, well-staffed canteen are other campus highlights. The meals in the school canteen are planned by nutritionists and prepared by experienced chefs. The cafeteria is located in a separate building with two floors and can accommodate 900 children at a time.
Transport facility includes 75 buses that ply across most parts of Bangalore. For children’s safety, buses are equipped with GPS and Route Alert systems, besides speed governance mechanism.
Greenwood High is affiliated with CISCE, New Delhi and prepares students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) exam held at the end of grade X. It also offers the Cambridge International IGCSE curriculum for grades IX and X. Students of grade XI and XII are offered the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma programme, which is a two year programme recognised by all international universities. The school also provides special coaching for competitive exams such as SAT and AIEEE.
The school boasts well qualified and well trained faculty whose skills and knowledge are constantly upgraded through relevant training programmes and workshops.
At the start of each academic year, Greenwood High teachers receive nine days training on teaching skills, emotional/psychological development, IT skills and media creation. Apart from this, special subject specific training is conducted for the individual departments. Some of these are conducted by the board and some by special agencies hired by the school. Only reputed professionals are engaged for these programmes.
The school’s child-centred teaching-learning approach encourages children to speak and teachers to listen, refine and clarify. Curiosity is instilled and tickled.
Greenwood High offers a rich co-curricular education menu. While academics are not compromised, children have a wide array of CCA to choose from: chess, editorials, music, drama, dance, sports, and games. Holistic development is stressed upon.
The school encourages its students to participate in sports and games such as Soccer, Cricket, Basketball, Hockey, Swimming, Athletics, Tennis, Chess, Badminton, Western/Indian music, Art & Craft, Drama, Dance, Debate, Quiz, Yoga, Wushu, etc. The school also organises field trips and excursions for pupils during the academic year.
Greenwood High students not only balance academics, sports, and co-curricular activities, but excel in them. Greenwood High IB results far outshine the world average; the school has produced India toppers in both IGCSE and ICSE. And yet, these very same industrious students immerse themselves in theatre and with support from their theatre, art, and music teachers, and have presented ‘Annie’ a musical that was compared to professional theatre productions. To encourage them further, the school has held various workshops including one from the prestigious Globe Education.
Aloysius D’Mello (principal)
Criteria for admission
Nursery to KG-II: Age eligibility/Student interaction.
Nursery: 3 years by 31st August, 2023
KG-I: 4 years by 31st August, 2023
KG-II: 5 years by 31st August, 2023
Grade I to IX: Age eligibility/min 50% and above in the admission assessment in English, Math and Logical Reasoning
Grade XI: Assessment as per the opted subjects and interview with the VP and principal.
Admission period: August to February
– Shloka Ashok, IBDP student of Greenwood High International School, Sarjapur Road, Bangalore, is a recipient of The Diana Award 2022 — the highest honour for young persons aged 9 to 25 years for their outstanding social action and humanitarian efforts. The award was launched by former UK prime minister Gordon Brown in honour of the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
– Abeer Agrawal of Grade 3C ICSE & Amishi Agrawal of Grade 11E, IB recently conducted a distribution drive for the supporting staff members of Greenwood High at the ICSE campus. They distributed food, groceries, goodies along with drinks as a gesture of appreciation for their hard work and dedication towards serving the school.
– Aarohi of Grade 3 IPYP has garnered stupendous achievements in IGCI Gymnastics meet held in Mumbai.
She competed and won four medals in in each equipment routine of gymnastics.
1. Vault – 10/10 – Platinum
2. Floor -8.6/10 – Gold
3. Uneven bars-8/10 – Gold
4. Balance beam -6.5/10 – Bronze
– Arjun Malik of Grade IV (2023-2024) has been awarded a gold medal after securing All India Rank 95 in the Unified International Mathematics Olympiad.
– Saarang Srinivasan of Grade 8 IGCSE has bagged the Top Scorer of the Year Award at the recently held DPDL Double Pass Development League 2023. His team BFC was the overall runners-up at the tournament. He also won the Top Scorer Award in the BFC KSFA tournament and Greenwood High Inter-school Tournament.
– Greenwood’s Girl’s Football Team has emerged as winners of the TALENT FC CHENNAI TOURNAMENT (U-19 Girl’s) 2023, held in Chennai.
– Riya Sharma of Grade 1 stood second in the U7 Girls category at the ICA FIDE International Rated Open chess Tournament held at Virginia Mall, Bangalore.
– Iha Fatangare (Grade 5A) participated in the IW (Individual Women) and Trio in the U11 category at the State Level Aerobics Gymnastics Championship & Selections for National 2022-23 organised by the Gymnast Association of Karnataka. She won Bronze in IW (Solo) and Silver in Trio.
GREENWOOD HIGH STUDENTS EXCEL AT NATIONAL SCHOOLS TEAM CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP 2023 – PONDICHERRY
Shraddha Somanath (Grade 10) of Greenwood International School, Sarjapur, won the individual Gold Medal for her best performance of 100% Score at the 1st National Schools Team Chess Championship 2023 held from 23rd to 25th June, 2023 at Pondicherry. Vrishav V (Grade 9) won the Bronze Medal for his best performance.
Overall, 115 Teams from various parts of India took part in this Mega Event.
Four Teams of Greenwood High took part in the event. Two Teams in Under 18 Category and 2 Teams in Under 12 Category.
All 4 Teams have performed brilliantly.
In Under 18 Category, Greenwood High ‘A’ Team which was ranked 12th at the Starting Rank moved up to the 10th position in the Final Ranking. Team ‘B’ which was ranked 36th place at the Starting Rank ended at the 26th Place.
In the Under 12 Category, Greenwood High ‘A’ Team which was ranked 24th place at the Starting Rank finished at 20th place in the Final Ranking. Team ‘B’ which was ranked 38th at the Starting Rank finished at 31st place.
All players of Greenwood High have performed their best at the Tournament and helped their team to improve their ranking.
The Team Members are as follows.
Under- 18 Team A: Dhrithi G Murgod (Captain), Nishanth S Gowda, Shraddha Somanath, Vrishav V and Arav Bansal
Under -18 Team B: Naren Karthik Kandasamy (Captain), Aarush Verma, Aaradhana Jagadeesh, Shruti Praveen and Nikita Nale
Under-12 Team A: Atharva Praveen (Captain), Nisarga G P, Etansh Sadawartwale, Rihan Sharma and Shravya Vaid.
Under-12 Team B: Satvik Pattanaik (Captain), Sannidhi Suresh, Gargi Upreti, Manomay Gupta and Poorvika Avinash.
We are delighted to share that our grade 11 IBDP student, Amishi Agrawal, has recently published two of her research projects at IEEE and the ITM Web of Conferences, The papers explore the intersection of math, computer science, and biology and propose the classification of chest x-ray scans and brain tumours through deep learning-based CNN and hybrid aquila optimisers respectively._
Links to the papers:
CISCE Under 14 Men’s Regional Artistic Gymnastics; Darsh Kokrady secured overall 2nd position with Silver Medal and he will be representing Karnataka & Greenwood High in Nationals.
There are two hostel blocks – one each for boys and girls, accommodating 200 students in total. The rooms are spacious and well planned, with sufficient light and ventilation. The students are provided with all modern amenities and the highest level of security.
1. Ananya Rajaraman of Grade 10 has been recognized by the India Book of Records for being the youngest author in the genre of crime fiction.
2. Girls Junior Badminton category-
Roshni Venkat of Grade 10 got selected to represent USA in U19 Girls Junior Badminton category.
She attended Jr international trials for U19 category couple of weeks back (held in Los Angeles).
This tournament was held in 3rd week of April. Top 16 ranked players were invited to participate in selection tournament held in Los Angeles. Roshni (16 years) playing in her 1st year of U19 singles, beat seeded players and seniors and made it all the way to finals, there by qualifying to represent USA in the continental Pan American championships to be held in Moncton, Canada from July 14th to 20th. She will be playing against 8 countries in the American continent representing USA.
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES ROSHNI !!
3. Arnav Jabulee of Grade 9 has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Cadet Male – Group category at the 4th National Cadet Poomsae Taekwondo Championships held in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh from 25 – 27 February, 2019 under the auspices of the Taekwondo Federation of India.
CONGRATULATIONS ARNAV !!
AITA Champion from Greenwood High- Anoushka Ashish, won the U-12 Singles Title at the All India Tennis Association Championship held in Coimbatore recently. Her outstanding performances made it to the leading newspapers and has made us all very proud.
Greenwood High’s Tarun Paparaju reached the Master level on Kaggle. Read more:http://bit.ly/2njdkFi
Greenwood High student selected by the Virat Kohli Foundation for a 3 year scholarship. Read more: http://bit.ly/2o5l9P0
Shubh Jayesh Laddha of Grade 6 won Best Junior Prize at 2019 Pattaya Open Chess Tournament held recently in Thailand. He gained 69 points.
Darsh Kokrady of Grade 3 has won 2 silver medal, both at Floor & Vault, at inter-school gymnastics competition held at VIBGYOR school, Marathahalli on 23 rd Oct. Darsh has been practicing gymnastics for past 2 years.
Ujjwal Paul of Grade 8, participated in the recent ICSE National swimming competition, individually won 2 Silver and 1 Bronze medals. Additionally, he represented the Karnataka team in Freestyle relay and won a Gold medal as well.
Ishnidh Singh Virdi of Grade 5 participated in the IGU South Zone Golf Tournament in Hyderabad recently finished winner in this tournament.
Students from Greenwood High had the opportunity to be a part of HOBITUTE Art in Me -2019 competition. 40 schools and 400 contestants were a part of this. 4 of our students secured the first place and 8 of them were given the Special Jury award.
Special mention about our students’ creativity and innovative ideas made Greenwood High clinch The Best School Award. List of Winners:
1. Aditya Kesav Krishnan 2G (1st Prize, Cat 1)
2. Annora S 6D (1st Prize, Cat 3)
3. Krishiv Rajeev 7F (1st Prize, Cat 3)
4. Sharanya Singhal 8A (1st Prize, Cat 4)
Devansh Upadhyay of Grade 5 participated in the 7th National level Open karate Championship 2019 event conducted by J.A Shito-Ryu Sports Karate-Do Association held on December 1, 2019, at Bangalore and won 2 prizes – 2nd place in Team Kata and 3rd place in Individual Kata event in his age category.
Armaan Rathore of Grade 4 has won the Karnataka Junior Golf Tournament held at KGA and was runners up in the Canadian International Interschool golf tournament held in November.
Sreenidhi Balaji and her partner won the U-14 DOUBLES title in straight sets (7-5, 6-4) conducted by All India Tennis Association held at Practennis Academy, Mumbai in November.
Ananya Rajaraman of Grade 10 has been selected to receive the world’s first Global Child Prodigy award 2020. GCP is an organisation supported by the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam International Foundation, https://www.
Greenwood High Boys participated in the oldest and one of the most prestigious Interschool Badminton Tournament in Karnataka – 16 Ramesh Padukone- Mehul Sirur Memorial Inter-School Badminton Tournament held on recently at the Prakash Courts in Malleswaram, Bangalore. Thirty schools participated in this tournament. Greenwood High – Winner in Under 12 Boys Team Even Players – Dhir Ahlawat, Sattvik Venkatesh & Greenwood High – Runner up in Under 10 Boys Team Event Players – Karan Ahlawat, Tanay Das
Nikhil Raj Sakthivel of Grade 5 Won Silver in both U 10 & U 14 National Level Archery competition held recently.
Anya Seth Syed of Grade 8 has been in Kolkata playing the SGFI Chess finals at Heritage School organised by CICSE . There were 27 teams across India participating. The ICSE team of girls has secured a silver medal and Anya won the gold for her board. She scored 5.5 out of 6 points.
Hari Harish of Grade 8 has been awarded National 1st in Innoventure 2019 Round 1. About 23 states with more than 220 elite schools participated in the round.
Shirin of Grade 7 participated in the 20th Karnataka State Short Course swimming meet at Mandya recently and won 1 silver and 3 bronze in her individual event in group 2.
Naisha of Grade 4 also participated in this meet and won 3 bronze in her individual event.
Mythili Iyer (8C), Naman Narla(8I) and Karthik Ghoshal (8D) were the Best Middle School team in Landmark Quiz 2019 held on December 22 for 5-12th graders. They got qualified for the final round along with 9th to 12th graders of Christ Academy, Sarvabhoomi College, and St. Joseph’s College. It was held at Sathya Sai Samskruta auditorium on 22nd December and was organized by Nexus Consulting. They were given a huge round of applause for being the only middle school team to make it to the finals.
Devansh Upadhyay of Grade 5 participated in the 7th National level Open karate Championship 2019 event conducted by J.A SHITO-RYU SPORTS KARATE-DO ASSOCIATION held in December 2019 at Bangalore and has won 2 prizes – SECOND place in Team Kata and THIRD place in Individual Kata event in his age category.
The school’s U-10 boys & U-12 girls soccer team has won the Bengaluru FC Inter-School Soccer Shield 2019-2020. Special awards were also secured in the category of top scorer boys by Sehajvir Singh & top scorer girls by Ahiri, best goalkeeper, Ria, best coach Sudhakar, best player of the tournament, Jiya, best goalkeeper, Resham Prasad.
A. Smith [7 G – ICSE] won the spotlight challenge for the whole 7th graders in Innoventure finals held at Pune from January 18-19, 2020.
Greenwood High International School has won the 6th Karnataka State Schools Team Chess Championship conducted by United Karnataka Chess Association for the 6th Year in a row. The school topped the score board with 102 points in 12 Categories and won the Overall Championship. A total of 170 teams (680 children) from 21 schools took part in the 2-day mega event held on Jan 21 and 22, 2020.
Keerthana Rajesh (VII-H), Myra Singh (VII-D) and Niveditha S Kumar (VII-G) participated in the World Scholar’s Cup Regional Rounds 2020 held at Greenwood High International School on Jan 25 and 26. The team won the 3rd position in the Overall Scholars Championship in the Junior category at the Regional level and has qualified for the global round. They secured 2nd position in Scholars Challenge,
5th position in Collaborative Writing and 6th position in Scholars bowl. All three of them won individual medals in all the events and fetched 30 medals in total. Niveditha S Kumar also secured the 4th position in the Champion scholars.
Sreenidhi Balaji of class (7-H) has won her maiden Runner’s Title in U18 category in the Championship tournament conducted by All India Tennis Association (AITA) in The Union Club, Madurai.
A travel article “Visit a Dusshera Doll Festival With Me” by Arnay Agarwal of Class 6 has been published in Hyderabad based weekly magazine, Young World by leading newspaper The Hindu.
Sreenidhi Balaji of class (7-H) has Won both the singles & doubles RUNNER-UP Title in a Championship Series (U16 category) conducted by All India Tennis Association(AITA) at Chennai Tennis Centre, Anna University, Chennai.
Ansha Turlapati is now one of the youngest kids in the world to become a Certified WhiteHat Jr Game Developer. She is now one of the youngest creators of logic-based games.
Nisarga.G.P (Grade 1) has won the Vidyasagar 10th Annual Inter-School Under-7 Chess Tournament conducted by Vidyasagar PreSchool on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at their Campus. Nisarga won all the 5 rounds and scored 5 Points to become the Winner in Girls Section.
Rivka Bansal (Grade 1) Scored 4 points and secured 3rd Place.
Anvi Joshi Scored 3 Points and secured 6th Place.
Shreya Dalabehera and Saanvi Sharma scored 3 Points each and based on their tie break Score secured 7th and 11th Place.
Atharv Vaish (GRADE 1) Scored 4 Points and Secured 2nd Place In the Boys Category.
Manomay Gupta and Samarth Nagaich have also scored 4 points each but based on their Tie Break Scores secured 4th and 5th place respectively.
Yuvan N (UKG) scored 3.5 points and secured 6th place.
Ethansh Sadawatwale and Rihan Sharma Scored 3 points and secured 10th and 13th place respectively.
Greenwood High International School Won the 11th Vidyashilp Academy Inter-School Chess championship for the successive 3rd year. Greenwood won 22 prizes from total of 8 categories and won the Winners Trophy. 496 children from 43 schools took part in this mega event. The tournament was held on February 20, 2020, at the Vidyashilp Academy School Campus. Greenwood High students who won prizes in different categories are as follows:
Category D: (Grade 6th, 7th and 8th students)
Boys Category: 1st Place: Shubh Jayesh Laddha (6 points) and 3rd place: Yash Jayesh Ladha (5.5. points).
5th place: Vrishank Peddireddi (5.5 points) and 6th Place: Nishanth.S. Gowda (5.5. points)
1. Anya Seth Syed (6.5 points)
2. Zoya Nizar (6.5. Points)
3. Shruthi Praveen (5.5. points)
4. Aashi Agarwal (5.5 Points)
8. Shraddha Somanath (4.5 Points)
Category C: (Grade 4 and 5 Students)
2. Yash Abhijit Patil (6.5. points)
8. Vasanth.C (5 points)
2. Nikita Nale (6 points)
3. Adya Sastry (6 points)
5. Tanirika Sajjan (5.5 Points)
Category B: ( Grade 2 and 3)
2. Sarthak Sharma (6 Points).
1. Kyra Seth Syed (6.5 Points)
5. Sashi Razdaan (5 points)
8.Shambhavi Banerjee (5 points)
Category A: ( Grade 1)
7. Shubhankar Joshi (5 points)
3. Poorvika Avinash (5 points)
6. Nisarga. G.P (4.5 points)
Vaishnavi Kumar and Ira Rasam of Grade 11 conducted a short interview with Dr. Guruprasad about techniques on how to manage stress during the lockdown, how to maintain health even at home, misconceptions about masks and much more.
Grade 10 students Sampreeth Immidisetty, Aryan Jain, Pranav Karthik, Prisha Jhala, Harshita Ranjan, Siddharth Sundararajan, Ainesh Mohan, Ajitesh Dasaratha, and Neha Gupta started a program two weeks ago known as ‘Quarantine Learning’ that offers free classes in subjects like art, python, guitar, card tricks, and Rubik’s cubing. Students can register for upcoming classes as well as view past classes at their website: https://
Any donation proceeds they collect through this initiative will be given directly to the Prime Minister Relief Fund (PM Cares).
For more information, follow them on their social media:
Instagram handle: @quarantinelearning
Aarush Verma, student of Grade VII, recently participated in a competition “Protect from COVID 19 Tag Line” organised by WISE Foundation India. He bagged the 3rd prize.
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Students of Greenwood High school have been awarded the Game Coding and Developer Certification by White Hat Junior. The recipients are Jyotiraaditya Ghosh, Sophie Mondal and Reyaansh Jaiswal.
Hari Sai Harish (ICSE 8B – last year) has created an inspirational video about lock down fun, dedicated to GWH – to inspire the fellow classmates to enjoy and utilise the lock down period. Check out the video here.
Reynah Gupta, a class 6 student is doing a series where she is talking to 7 different families in 7 different countries on how they are surviving lock-down. Below are links to different videos of her series “Surviving Lockdown – 7 Countries, 7 Families”
The other two upcoming videos are from families in US and Australia. Her channel “REYNAHS” has been getting some attention and being appreciated for the effort she is making to reach out to people in different parts of the world.
Aarush Verma, a student of Grade VII, recently participated in a competition “Protect from COVID 19 Tag Line” organised by WISE Foundation India. He bagged the 3rd prize.
Sparsh Bhowmick (Grade 5) has created his own website where he plans to blog about latest happenings from the space world. Whether it is the recent news about Sunita Williams slated for another space journey or Bob and Doug launching into space with Space X, he has covered it all. He built the website completely on his own using the intuitive artificial intelligence based design. Here is a link to his website: https://www.letsexplorespace.com/
Yuven Kumar of ICSE Std 1 gets awarded, distinction and scholarship offer by AI coding company. He has been recognised by WhiteHat Jr, a Mumbai-based edtech company, currently teaching AI to over 4,00,000 students between the age group of 6 and 14. Yuven’s coded-project is awarded a distinction amongst 38,000 entries received by them, from more than 130,000 students globally.
Their algorithm selected top projects on 3 attributes:
1. Concept implementation,
2. Code blueprint, and
3. Project design
He is among the top 3 percent students in terms of concentration, logic and creativity.
ICSE & ISC results 2020
About 201 students appeared for ICSE and 82 appeared for ISC with 100% result in both. The top place was taken by Sunaina Anantha in ICSE with the aggregate of 99.40%. In ISC, Science student Akshay Balasubramaniam Sivaraman achieved 99.0%; Artham Mittal in Commerce achieved 95.0%; in Humanities, Vaishnavi Reddy (97.75%), Maitreyi Sreenivas (97.75%), and Gayatri S (97.75%).
Greenwood High students perform virtual concert to raise funds for food supply to disability school. Read here.
Greenwood High student Arnav Jabulee has been deemed eligible by the Karnataka Taekwondo Association (affiliated with the Taekwondo Federation of India) to participate in the National Poomsae Judge Seminar to be conducted in Bangalore from Friday, February 26 – Sunday, February 28. This will enable him to appear for a subsequent test – passing which in turn qualifies Arnav to serve as a referee in national level Taekwondo competitions.
Arnav recently qualified for his 3rd Dan Taekwondo Black Belt. He remains a national and state gold medal winner, and recently secured 4 gold medals in an online national level Poomsae competition. He will also compete in the next official state and national Taekwondo championships – both in the Poomsae and Kyorugi categories – once the Taekwondo Federation of India resumes live competitions.
Devansh (6-E) won fiurth place at National Sports Fest 2021
Devansh Upadhyay, 6-E, represented Greenwood High and participated in the Online National Sports Fest 2021 Kata (Karate) competition conducted by DPS, on Jan 30 and secured the 4th position in the Under-15 Boys category.
Palakshi Singh of class 4 has scored full marks and a first-rank 1 in IEO. She received gifts worth Rs 1000+ International Gold Medal+Certificate of Outstanding Performance.
Ranjini N S of standard XI, got the opportunity in the BCCI Karnataka State Cricket Women Under-19 zonal match & opened the innings. She scored her debut match 28 runs (stayed for 98 minutes & faced 78 balls). She was the second-highest scorer in the match.
Hackathon 2022: Nivaan and Neel represented Greenwood High International in the Stonehill Hackathon 2022 event in the Junior category (Class 6-8) under the theme “Responsible Consumption and Production”. This was an initiative completely driven by them and they designed “Auto-Pot”, an automatic watering system using aeroponics and a moisture sensor. They coded on Arduino board using CSS, and went a step further and created a working prototype with a plant (something that they didn’t need to do). They beat a field of approximately 30 teams in the junior category from different schools, and won the first place. This is the first hackathon competition Nivaan has ever participated in, and Neel and Nivaan worked as a team for the last 24 hours straight and a week before that on their project!!!
GREENWOOD HIGH WON STATE SCHOOL’S CHESS TITLE
Greenwood High International School won the Overall Chess Championship of the 7th Karnataka State Schools Team Chess Championship held at their School Premises. More than 880 Students from 26 Schools Took part in the mega Event. Greenwood International Top Team in each Category Scored 116 Points from Total 12 Categories and won the Overall Championship. Gear Innovative International School got the 1st Runner up Position with 65 Points and Sri Aurobindo memorial School got 2nd Runner Up position with 58 Points and Lawrence High School with 48 Points got 4th Position. Greenwood high won the Best School Winner’s Trophy at Under-7 Open, Under-9 Open, Under-13 Open, Under-15 open and Under-18 Open Categories. Runner Up Trophy in Under-11 Open Category. Greenwood high won the Best School Winner’s Trophy at Under-7 girls, Under-9 Girls, under-11 Girls, Under-13 Girls, Under-15 Girls and Under-18 Girls categories. Out of 12 age group Categories Greenwood high won 11 Categories.
INDIVIDUAL BOARD PRIZE MEDAL WINNERS OF GREENWOOD HIGH:
|NO||NAME OF STUDENT||CATEGORY||BOARD||MEDAL WON|
|1||Melvina Rath||U7 GIRLS||1||GOLD|
|2||Thenkavi Srisundar||U7 GIRLS||1||SILVER|
|3||Sanchaya Pushty||U7 GIRLS||1||BRONZE|
|4||Riya Sharma||U7 GIRLS||2||GOLD|
|5||Aiza Zaufishan||U7 GIRLS||2||SILVER|
|6||Sanchaya Prusty||U7 GIRLS||2||BRONZE|
|7||Hanika P Prabhath||U7 GIRLS||3||GOLD|
|8||Naina Gulati||U7 GIRLS||3||SILVER|
|9||Dia Vishal Dhawani||U7 GIRLS||3||BRONZE|
|10||Riddhi Gupta||U7 GIRLS||4||GOLD|
|11||Shannya Kashyap||U7 GIRLS||4||SILVER|
|12||Manisha Mohanty||U7 GIRLS||4||BRONZE|
|13||Aarav Mohanty||U7 OPEN||1||GOLD|
|14||Mudit Chitlangta||U7 OPEN||2||GOLD|
|15||Ayansh Agarwal||U7 OPEN||2||SILVER|
|16||Atharv Gupta||U7 OPEN||3||GOLD|
|17||Aahir Mittal||U7 OPEN||3||SILVER|
|18||Atiksh Singh||U7 OPEN||3||BRONZE|
|19||Atharv Gaur||U7 OPEN||4||GOLD|
|20||Ishaan Viraj Athavale||U7 OPEN||4||SILVER|
|21||Kanishk Kundlia||U7 OPEN||4||BRONZE|
|22||Aanya Mahajan||U9 GIRLS||1||GOLD|
|23||Kiara bhojnagarwala||U9 GIRLS||1||SILVER|
|24||Miraya Agarwal||U9 GIRLS||1||BRONZE|
|25||Hanvitha koneru||U9 GIRLS||2||GOLD|
|26||Krishnavi Gupta||U9 GIRLS||2||BRONZE|
|27||Snighda M Reddy||U9 GIRLS||3||SILVER|
|28||Avika Dhandania||U9 GIRLS||3||BRONZE|
|29||Kavya Ranjan||U9 GIRLS||4||GOLD|
|30||Samyak Sharma||U9 OPEN||1||GOLD|
|31||Darsh Jain||U9 OPEN||2||GOLD|
|32||Reevan Sinha||U9 OPEN||2||BRONZE|
|33||Aahel Biswas||U9 OPEN||4||GOLD|
|34||Nisarga G P||U11 GIRLS||1||GOLD|
|35||Shambhavi Banerjee||U11 GIRLS||2||GOLD|
|36||Poorvika Avinash||U11 GIRLS||2||BRONZE|
|38||Arya Gayathri Kurse||U11 GIRLS||3||BRONZE|
|39||Shravya Vaid||U11 GIRLS||4||GOLD|
|41||Gia Maria Alfin||U11 GIRLS||4||BRONZE|
|42||Nathan George||U11 OPEN||3||SILVER|
|43||Rihan Sharma||U11 OPEN||3||BRONZE|
|44||Atharv Vaish||U11 OPEN||4||BRONZE|
|45||Kyra Seth Syed||U13 GIRLS||1||SILVER|
|46||Adrika Satpati||U13 GIRLS||2||GOLD|
|47||Sanjeevani Kankani||U13 GIRLS||2||SILVER|
|48||Reet Gupta||U13 GIRLS||3||SILVER|
|49||Satvika Subbavarapu||U13 GIRLS||4||GOLD|
|50||Nehal Agarwal||U13 GIRLS||4||SILVER|
|51||Sarthak Sharma||U13 OPEN||1||GOLD|
|52||Guru Raghavendra S||U13 OPEN||2||SILVER|
|53||Atharva Praveen||U13 OPEN||2||BRONZE|
|54||Nived Binod||U13 OPEN||3||GOLD|
|55||Akshat Upadhyay||U13 OPEN||3||BRONZE|
|56||Shruti Praveen||U15 GIRLS||1||GOLD|
|57||Shraddha Somanath||U15 GIRLS||2||GOLD|
|58||Suhani Choudhary||U15 GIRLS||3||GOLD|
|59||Ahana Jain||U15 GIRLS||3||BRONZE|
|60||Nikita nale||U15 GIRLS||4||GOLD|
|61||Nishanth s Gowda||U15 OPEN||1||GOLD|
|62||Krish Nair Sahu||U15 OPEN||2||BRONZE|
|63||Dhrithi Murgod||U18 GIRLS||1||GOLD|
|64||Shreya Seshadri||U18 GIRLS||2||GOLD|
|65||Ishita Ladha||U18 GIRLS||3||GOLD|
|66||Akshaya Reddy||U18 GIRLS||4||SILVER|
|67||Shubh j Laddha||U18 OPEN||1||GOLD|
|68||Arjun Khandelwal||U18 OPEN||1||SILVER|
|69||Yash J Laddha||U18 OPEN||2||GOLD|
|70||Ayaan Gupta||U18 OPEN||2||BRONZE|
|71||Raghav Jaggi||U18 OPEN||3||GOLD|
|72||Aneesh Mamidi||U18 OPEN||3||SILVER|
|73||Kushal Baranwal||U18 OPEN||3||BRONZE|
|74||Shraddha Somanath||U18 OPEN||4||SILVER|
GOLD: 32 SILVER:21 BRONZE: 21 TOTAL=74
Avani Prashanth of grade 10 (ICSE) has created history in India by being the individual champion at the Queen Sirikit Cup Manila, Philippines in February 2023, which helped Team India finish T2.
This is the best finish by an individual and Team from India in the 43rd History of the Queen Sirikit tournament. Ms. Avani won by a margin of 10 shots.
Ms. Avani is presently studying in grade 10 (ICSE) and will be appearing for the board examinations amidst the many crowns that she has donned in this sport.