Address: Singena Agrahara Road, , Via Hosur Road / A.P.M.C. Yard,, Bangalore
Locality: Electronic City (Find more Electronic City schools)
Phone: 080 41464326 080 41464327
Founded by Dr Abraham Ebenezer, who was the former principal of Bishop Cotton Boy’s School, Ebenezer International School endeavors to be a path-breaking educational institution that keeps pace with the rapid strides being made in the field of knowledge.
It is situated in the IT Corridor – the Electronic City – on Hosur Road in Bangalore. Ebenezer is a co-educational, day and residential school that offers modern facilities of the highest order.
Aerobics, yoga, dance and martial arts
Library, Laboratory, multi-media centre, canteen, conference hall, international standard swimming pool
* The child should complete 2 1/2 years of that academic session.
* The child should complete 4 years of age by June of that academic session.
Fees: Pre Nursery: Rs.94,000/- LKG and UKG: Day Scholar: Rs.1,19000/- Day Boarder: Rs.1,44000/- NRI/Foreign nationals: Rs.1,97000/- Std. I and II Day Scholar: Rs. 1,32,000/- The fees for higher grades for day scholars comes to roughly Rs. 2,60,000/-
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My kids study at this school, and we are very happy with the all round development of Kids.
It is run by the former Principal of Bishop Cottons Boys School, Dr Ebenezer who has very good vision and I am sure this would become the best in the country. School annual fees range from 75000/- for pre nursery to 1.5 lakhs for high school and it is definitely worth it.
Our son is in Prep 2 at Ebenezer and we are very happy with the School. They care about every aspect of growing up days. With just around 20 kids per class, they are able to devote time and attention to every student.
This school is below average school with respect to quality of education as well as extra curricular activities. The school cannot be run by just the name of Ebenezer the chairman. He himself is not even maintaining good health. The school director and principal namely are dummies. The whole operation of this school is so poorely managed that even the basics of providing school uniform to students was pathetically arranged this year. The parents had to go through frustrations. I am very disappointed with the teachers quality of education as well the attitude of coordinators like Sandra. Even if the parents reach out to provide feedback and improve the operations the care less. I can also say that the standard is so poor that in the final assessments the students are asked to correct the answers if they make mistake and finally they assess the students based on this arrangement. The parents will not know if the student is really doing well or not. When these kids go and compete with students from other schools they will not even come close to what the NPS and others school students can achieve.. I have decided to pull my daughter of this school....- by Jay Kumar on Jul 31, 2013
My partner and me walked into Ebenezer on a referral from a staff working in this school. For purposes of confidentiality, Im going to keep that person out of this.
We were greeted at the reception by a young man who asked us politely what we want and proceeded to help us out. And then entered the main receptionist.
She was downright rude, had no respect for another human being, her manner was cold. She was the head at the reception area.
When we explained to her that we were there on a referral, she demanded we contact the referral and when we walked in with the person who referred us, she went into a total obnoxious mode of speech.
She asked him to go do his job and told him that she knows to handle "people of this sort"..referring to us.
Now, if my child was to study in a school were the 1st person you meet at the door has no courtesy to treat a guest right, has no manners and has no respect for another HUMAN BEING, what am i expecting my child to learn here?
Is this school truly international standards??
Does the "receptionist" have the right to yell at a co-worker (no matter what his position is) and insult him in front of a guest?
Does this mean that if a person walks in for any other purpose than for admission of a student, you are given a cold shoulder?
I have taken this step to write this review as I want the parent community out there to understand that just giving knowledge is not the purpose of a school's existence. The staff WILL have to set an example for the students to follow by. I'd rather lead by example than let my students rote learn manners from an outdated text book.
We have two children in Ebenezer international, for the past two years since we have come from abroad our children have been accommodated well. The education system is really good and the children have settled in well. The only concern we have is that the school declares a lot of holidays and also half days during exam periods unless you have child care arranged it is impossible both the parents to work full time. It has proven very difficult at times to re arrange days as the notice given ub the school sometimes is only a day. The holidays given by the school additional from public holidays. Otherwise we have been pleased with the teachers and staff of Ebenezer.- by Al Jo on Feb 02, 2014
i think this is the only so called international school without a proper football field fuck you eisb- by IHATE Eisb on Apr 12, 2014
IN EIB ADMIN STAFF DON'T KNOW HOW TO BEHAVE.IT WAS DISGUSTING.THEY 'LL NOT LISTEN UR PROBLEM.THEIR BEHAVIOUR WAS RUDE.- by Xyz on Aug 24, 2016
The staff at this school, especially the ones responsible for transportation, are extremely irresponsible. They do not communicate with parents about pick up or lack of pick-up, no explanation will be given. Kids told you will not be picked up tomorrow. When you call, the staff will keep saying I will check and call you back. But nothing gets done, and your forced to send student by taxi. Students miss classes, no reimbursement of taxi expenses. It is very disorganized, information is not shared between concerned parties, even within the school let alone with parents.- by Fatima on Jun 29, 2017