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Physical address: Aravali Retreat, Off Sohna - Gurgaon Road, Gurgaon 122102
Telephone: +91 124 4513000
Teaching language: English
Curriculum: International Baccalaureate
Ages: 2.5 to 18
Consistently recognised as a Rank 1 International Day-cum-Residential School in North India, Pathways World School, Gurgaon launched in 2003 was the first ever IB Day-cum-Residential School in North India. The 34-acre campus is situated on an elevated, wooded site along the majestic foothills of the Aravali Range. This not only ensures a tranquil environment away from the rush and din of city life, but also offers the perfect environment for students to learn and grow.
The curriculum includes the Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programme of the International Baccalaureate Organisation of Geneva. The school offers both day and boarding options for students while providing flexibility in the boarding with choices among week, fortnight, and term boarding. Residential facilities are based on the model of a first-class British independent boarding school with professional staffing, comfortable study-bedrooms and common rooms, and catering of international standards.
Pathways World School is the only School Chain in New Delhi to be accredited jointly by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) and CIS (Council of International Schools), demonstrating its commitment to international education and continual improvement.
Fees (per quarter) for expats for the 2022/2023 school year range from INR 1,88,000 (Grades 1 to 8) to INR 3,16,000 (Grades 11 and 12). Parents have flexible payment options. Fees can be paid quarterly or annually.
For new students, there is a one-time application and registration fee of INR 30,000 and an admission fee of INR 1,95,000. Boarders pay a residential fee of INR 1,57,000.
From the school director
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." – Nelson Mandela
"Pathways believes in delivering quality and excellence in education, paving the path to IB continuum learning for its students. Our endeavour is to empower our students to think intensively and critically, while being morally upright. We stress upon developing analytical skills while tickling the students’ curiosity and ability to solve complex problems.
"Superiority in education rests on four pillars; students, staff, infrastructure, and facilities. Supremacy does not come only with students who are eager to learn and explore, or a state-of-the-art infrastructure, or world-class facilities. It also requires the nurturing care of staff dedicated to giving nothing but ‘excellence’. We make every effort to ensure in building and retaining an experienced, balanced and articulate team that is focused to help students to be the best versions of themselves. Our teachers help build a strong foundation for their students by preparing them to embrace life with positivity through focus on their determination and will to learn.
"The vibrancy of our programmes brings about the best in our students through the 10 attributes of the IB Learner Profile that form the core of the Pathways vision and mission, also encompassing the essence of life in school – play. We expect our students to explore and focus on sustainable development goals and share their learning experiences with students across the globe. These goals, also interwoven in our curriculum, help students in collaborating globally, thereby promoting global citizenship. Our learning methodologies are entwined around the learner profile and the objectives of the SDGs, bringing out sensitive, responsible and compassionate world citizens. Our students are enthusiastic and committed to learn amidst a diverse and intellectually challenging environment.
"At Pathways, students and staff get ample opportunities and exposure to learn to train their mind and heart, while staying grounded to their roots!"
– Ms Sonya Ghandy Mehta, School Director, Pathways World School
From the parents
"As parents, we know perfect schools and perfect teachers and staff are hard to find, but for us, you all have been the best for our children. We acknowledge the contribution that you all have made in the journey through their early education. Thank you for your love and care you have given to our children each day, and we truly appreciate that."
– Reena and Raman
"I wanted once again to thank you for the quality of the school, you cannot imagine how happy the children are in the morning, and how proud they are to have adapted themselves to this new environment. You can count on me to promote your school."
– Caile Labarre
"Thank you to Pathways for the part it has played in moulding and growing our children to adapt to the global stage and be equal, if not more, in every aspect of their student lives. My wish is that PWS continues to grow from strength to strength in creating truly responsible, global citizens."
– Vinita Bhatia