Aravali International School

‘Success is not the key to happiness; happiness is the key to success’

(Pic)  Albert Schweitzer

Every child is like a petal of marigold, which are ray florets, having the ability to create their own lineage. Thus, it’s AIS’s mission to provide an environment to the students where they feel happy, secure and loved and bring to fore their inherent qualities of creativity & innovativeness. A space that they may call their own and blossom into confident and pleasant personalities with a balanced outlook on daily life and have a sense of responsibility & accountability to become an aware member of the society.

“Education is not just about going to school and getting a degree. It’s about widening your knowledge and absorbing the truth about life.”

(Pic) Shakuntala Devi

  • Aravali International School aims to develop fully within its students the ‘whole person’: intellectually, physically, emotionally, psychologically, and socially and spiritually.
  • Our vision is to forge strong, positive connections with students so they can achieve independence, build confidence, and gain academic knowledge.
  • We seek to connect to a global learning environment; one which provides a broad range of opportunities for our students and the wider community.
  • AIS recognises the importance of communication and it encourages dialogue among all stakeholders; to promoting intellectual-social growth and development within the school community.

VALUES

Resilience

Focus, decision making skills and dedication of all the students, to face any adversity.

INTEGRITY

Strength of character, honesty and courage, guided by a strong moral code of behaviour.

EXCELLENCE

Process of striving for excellence, recognising both relative and absolute standards of excellence, and the desire to produce one’s best at all times.

Empathy

Understanding the needs of others inside and outside the classroom, being responsible and will to accept accountability.

LEADERSHIP

Leadership and teamwork, underpinned by a strong ethical and moral dimension and put to use in serving our community. The notion of gratitude and ‘giving back’, an essential feature of the leadership programmes.

COMMUNITY

Community, both within and outside the School, and the need for all citizens to be positive and productive members of society. Actively engaged values result in a supportive environment where everyone feels that they belong.