Founded in 1987, Sadhu Vaswani International School for Girls is one of the many educational institutions set up under the Mira Movement in Education initiated by Sadhu T.L. Vaswani. It is a linguistic minority school for girls located in south-west Delhi and is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. The school offers education from pre-school through senior secondary and maintains a teacher student ratio of 1:11.
The school places emphasis on character and personality development, alongside academics.
The school offers modern infrastructure facilities including physics-chemistry-biology labs, a spacious playground, various types of musical instruments, an air-conditioned computer lab with 70 computers, a junior science lab, art & craft room, a library with a huge stock of books and journals, an activity room, yoga room and resource room.
The classrooms are multimedia-enabled.
Affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the school prepares students for the All India Secondary School Examination (class X) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (class XII).
Interactive classrooms with multimedia facilities make learning a pleasant experience. Students are encouraged to explore various topics and learn experientially.
The school encourages co-curricular activities such as aerobics, vocal music, instrumental music, public speaking, theatre, craft, science club and sculpture.
Sport facilities include roller skating, chess, taekwondo, football, cricket, volleyball and badminton.
Ms. Neeta Rastogi
The school admits students at two levels – the preschool level and pre primary to class XII level. The minimum age for admission to preschool is three years.
Fees: For details on fees, the school office can be contacted.
The school was a recipient of the Principal Leadership Award, Teacher Leadership Award and Excellence in School Counselling Services by Expression India, an NGO, as part of Life Empowerment Awards 2012-2013.
The school has been accredited for outstanding development of the international dimension in the curriculum by the British Council.