Address: 259/333/334/335 Bettahalsuru Village, Bangalore - 562157
Locality: Jala hobli (Find more Jala hobli schools)
Stonehill International School, Bangalore has been conceived to meet the highest educational expectations of Bangalore’s rapidly growing multinational community. Stonehill intends to implement all three programmes [PYP, MYP, DP] of the IB (International Baccalaureate) and has as its consultants the Council of International School (CIS). It is an education initiative of the Embassy Group, one of India’s leading real estate developers, headquartered in Bangalore
PYP (Primary Years Programme) – Nursery to Grade 5 MYP (Middle Years Programme) – Grades 6 to 10 DP (Diploma Programme) – Grades 11 and 12
School timings: 7:45 am – 3:20 pm
Year Established: 2008
Stonehill will provide a range of extra curricular activities to meet the varying interests and needs of students. The programmes will be designed to enhance the curriculum as well as build life-long interests and hobbies. Being located next to Embassy International Riding School, one of India’s top equestrian facilities, riding will be provided. Music, theatre, visual arts and dance are an integral part of life at Stonehill.
In the first year, Stonehill will introduce junior teams in football, swimming, tennis and cricket. As the school grows, the programme will expand to include track & field, basketball, volleyball, rugby and field hockey.
Administration building,three academic buildings, playgrounds, a heated swimming pool, changing rooms, synthetic surfaced tennis courts, a synthetic surfaced basketball court, cricket nets and playing fields.
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Considered the best international school, no indian system hang ups, is most expensive,fees is double of TISB.- by Ashok on Aug 20, 2010
We changed from Indus to Stonehill recently and are very satisfied. It is a true international school with high quality teaching along with good values system.- by hm on Sep 22, 2011