International Schools Scholarship Programme in India
Pathways Schools are a group of International K12 and Pre-Primary schools located in Gurgaon and Noida (Delhi NCR), India. The curriculum includes the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP) of the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO).
Pathways strive to build and nurture a community of thinking, compassionate world citizens, who are committed to living with responsibility, learning with enthusiasm and balancing a strong work ethos with a sense of play.
Pathways have always taken a keen interest in the well-being of children and supported them on various fronts. The Pathways Scholarship Programme aims to award scholarships to exceptional, highly motivated and deserving students in the areas of Academics, Sports or The Arts. Such students must show great potential to further excel in their chosen disciplines thereby bringing laurels to their parents and the school.
For students who have shown a sustained level of outstanding academic achievement. To be eligible to apply, students applying to a particular grade must meet the following ‘Minimum Eligibility Criterion’ in the preceding grade:
|Curriculum||Minimum Eligibility Criterion|
|CBSE||Achievement grade that translates into a CGPA of 9.2 and above|
|ICSE||92% and above|
|IB MYP||Minimum 50 points out of 56|
|IGCSE||Minimum 5 A*and not more than one C|
|Any other Curriculum||Equivalent to the grading system above for which Pathways shall create a matrix|
For students who have consistently shown outstanding merit and achievement at national and international level sporting events & tournaments.
For outstanding and gifted students in the field of ‘The Arts’ who have consistently produced an exceptional quality of work and shown outstanding merit and achievement at national and international level events.
The criterion mentioned above merely defines the ‘eligibility’ for applying for a Scholarship. Scholarships are limited in number and the decision of awarding a scholarship will be based on a series of processes in addition to some other assessment criterion. Scholarships can never be assumed as a right.
Apart from the three fields given above, students may apply for scholarships in Leadership, Technology, Design, Service or any other field of interest if they have shown a remarkable level of merit and achievement in it.
While scholarships are primarily available to students entering either Grades 9 or 11, students may also apply for the ‘Sports’ or ‘The Arts’ Scholarship for entry into grades 6 to 8 if they have shown a remarkable level of merit and achievement.
Scholarships for such fields and for these grades shall be awarded sparingly.