Implementing the ideas laid out by national and international experts, Pathways World School was the first school to be launched under the Pathways umbrella in the year 2003. The curriculum includes the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Diploma Programme (DP) of the International Baccalaureate Organisation of Geneva and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) of the University of Cambridge, England. It was the first residential school in North India to follow the IB curriculum. The campus is situated in 32 acres of land on an elevated, wooded site along the majestic foothills of the Aravali Hills. This not only ensures a tranquil environment away from the rush and din of city life, but also offers a magnificent scenic panorama across the hills. Despite its unique location, the school is only 35 kilometers from the Delhi International Airport and falls within the NCR.
The school offers both day and boarding options for students while providing flexibility in the boarding options with choices among week, fortnight and term boarding. The current student strength of the school is approximately 1100 with representation from over 40 nations. The school has been consistently ranked among the top 10 international schools in the country while being ranked amongst the top 5 in 2012. In the Delhi & NCR International School Rankings, the school has been consistently ranked no: 1. The school was also the recipient of the ‘Designshare Award’ from New York, USA in 2003 for its aesthetic and purposeful infrastructure design and the ‘Best IT User Award” in the education category in the country’ from NASSCOM in 2004. In the year 2007, the school was rated among the five best architectural works in Delhi and NCR. In the year 2010, the school earned the honour of becoming a global member of Round Square and is also a deemed member of the Council of International Schools (CIS).
Pathways has created a benchmark in the purposeful use of technology in school education with universal radio networking and the use of interactive whiteboards & projection screens to integrate information communication technology (ICT) with classroom learning.
Residential facilities are based on the model of a first-class British independent boarding school with professional staffing, comfortable study-bedrooms & common rooms, and catering of international standard.
A School built today with tomorrow in mind......