Sloka School is a non-profit organization and the trust is equally represented among the founders, parents and teachers of the school. It was established on 13 July, 1997 with 19 students and 4 teachers. The founder trustees of Sloka School were Nirmala Diaz, Suresh Kuppu and Satish Kocharekar. The trust is responsible for the financial well being of the school and monitors the tuition fees, apart from implementing and developing the school’s budget. It is also responsible for growth and expansion of the institution. Skola School is currently running in its fourteenth year, with 340 students, 36 teachers, and 14 support staff members.
Sloka School’s new campus was shifted to Aziz Nagar in May 2008. The school campus is around 3.5 acres with lush, green garden with playground and sufficient space to run around for children. The garden accommodates pet animals like ducks, hens, geese, rabbits and dogs. The school is located a few kilometers from Gachibowli, hi-tech city, Kondapur, Madhapur and Mehdipatnam areas of Hyderabad. The school also owns a fleet of 10 buses as transport facility for school students and teachers. Sloka School owns fully functional kitchen providing children with nutritious, scrumptious, fresh vegetarian food. The building has been designed by experienced designers of Waldorf school in Germany - the Tietz.
The school is affiliated to CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and class X students pass out with CBSE certificate. English is the medium of instruction and the school offers Hindi and Telegu as second and third languages.
The academic session of the school runs from June to April. Admission for the new academic year starts in December of the preceding year. It is done on a first come first service basis and continues throughout the year. The age limit for admission is 2.5-3 years as of July 31 for playgroup or nursery classes. The school management is the final authority on all admissions to the school.
Skola School is currently running in its fourteenth year, with 340 students, 36 teachers, and 14 support staff members.