Schools in Noida extension

Noida extension is going through a phase of consistent growth. A couple of months back, the population of region crossed 1k and the same is expected to reach around 5k by end of this year. Alongside a feeling of relief, parents moving here have a stiff task of finding the best possible education for their children in close proximity.

Here are some of the schools in Noida extension (better known as Greater Noida West now) that can be explored in the region (all fees mentioned are for nursery admission):

Ryan Inernational school
In Techzone 4, the school opened for formal admissions this year. Under the aegis of Ryan group, this certainly is going to be one of the schools to watch for in next 3-4 years time. The school is proposed to be affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission fees=35500, Tution fees=5000 per month, Annual charges=7500, Misc. charges=550

Aster Public school
At sector 3, Noida extension, this is already affiliated CBSE school in the region (vide Affiliation # 2131924). It runs classes from Pre-nursery to XI class.

Fees: Admission charges=25000, Tuition fees=16980 quarterly

Delhi Public World school (Now DWPS)
Under the aegis of the DPS World Foundation (different from the main DPS society),this is formed by alumni from DPS schools. This is also promoted by one of Mayoor school’s promoter group. School is one of few schools already affiliated to CBSE and located at Knowledge park V. Most of the faculty is from Amity and DPS of Noida and Delhi. The DPS World school has been renamed to Delhi Public World school effective May, 15, 2017 and later to DWPS effective Dec, 2018.

Fees: Admission charges=40000, Composite fees (Annual + Tuition fees) quarterly=22550

Pacific World school
Located in Tech zone 4, this is a school by DPS Indirapuram group of institutions (not DPS society directly).The school will be affiliated to CBSE. Success would depend upon how many teachers from Indirapuram branch move here.
Fees: Admission charges=30000, Tuition fees=11000 per month

Sarvottam School
Located in Tech Zone 6, Noida extension, the group is also a promoter for Mayoor school in Noida. It has good infrastructure given that it shares its boundaries with Sarvottam college as well. The school is already affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges=30000, Composite fees (Annual + Tuition fees) quarterly=24500

Gaurs International school
Located near Gaur city II, this mark’s Gaur’s entry to education genre. Currently, the school is from Pre-nursery to IX class. The affiliation to CBSE happened this year.

Fees: Admission charges=28000 (waived off for session 2018-2019) , Annual charges=17000, Tuition fees=16500 quarterly

Bloom International school
With an existing school in Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad, Bloom group has now come up with this branch at Tech Zone 7, Noida extension. The school is the first one to come up in the region and is already affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges=15000, Annual charges=6500, Tuition fees=11800 quarterly

The Wisdom Tree school
Located at sector 16, the school is proposed to be affiliated with CBSE. The school is operational from Pre-nursery till 8th standard.

Fees: Admission charges=20000, Annual charges=25000, Tuition fees=15000 quarterly

St Johns school
At sector 2, Noida extension, this school is open for admissions from Pre-nursery to VII class.

Fees:Admission fee- 24000, caution deposit-2000, annual fee-5750, activity fee-5750, establishment charges-10000, exam fee-1000 , medical fee-500 i.e total Rs. 49000 for the session 2018-2019 nursery class. monthly fees — tuition fee-3300, smart class fee-250, e-care fee-200 (Thanks to Suresh for providing this data)

SKS World school
Located in sector 16 in Noida extension, it has decent infrastructure to start with. It is proposed to be affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges=20000, Annual charges=18000, Tuition fees=10500 quarterly

Gagan public school
Located in sector 4 near Gaur city, the founding group has an educational lineage with its Aligarh branch quite well known. Infra is still being developed and the school would take some time to be in decent shape. Admissions are open till class IX. The school got affiliated to CBSE in August, 2017.

Fees: Admission charges=Nil for 2017-18, Annual charges=4000, Development Fee=5000, Tuition fees=10500 quarterly

Salvation Tree school
The school is located in Techzone VII, an upcoming area. The school is still under development and has started taking admissions from pre-nursery to class V.

Fees: Admission charges=16000, Annual charges=12000, Tution fees=9000 quarterly

The Manthan school
Located in sector 16c within Mahagun Mywoods in Noida extension, this promoter of this school is Mahagun builder themselves. The school will be affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges: N/A, Security charges: 10k, Annual charges: 6k, Tuition fees: 7k per month

Lotus Valley International school
School will operate from 2018-2019 session from pre-primary to VII standard. The principal of the school is expected to be the Vice principal of the existing Noida branch school.
Expected Fees: Admission charges=Around 60000, Tuition fees=7000-8000 per month

The Millennium School
The school is located in Knowledge Park V and would follow CBSE curriculum. The school campus will also have informal schooling (Pre-primary to KG) through its Little Millennium subsidiary. Admissions expected to start in 2018-2019 session.
Expected Fees: Admission charges=60000, Annual charges=17500 , Tution fees=20000 quarterly

Florence International school
This school is located in sector 3 and will be operational till class VII to start with. First formal session to commence from 2018-2019. The school is going to be a mix of traditional and modern pedagogy techniques.
Admission fee : 50k, Tution fee : 4500 per month

JM International school
The CBSE school is coming up in sector 4 and is starting its first session from session 2019-2020. The school has another branch at Dwarka Delhi.

Expected Fees: Around 7k per month

GD Goenka International school
The school will be located in Knowledge Park V. The construction of the school is in progress and tentatively an informal session is expected to start from year 2019-2020 July. The school is located off road at a slightly isolated place as of now.

The Infinity school
Located in Techzone-7, the infrastructure of The Infinity School Noida extension is being built and the school is taking admissions for  next session (2019-2020). The school is being managed by Vardhaman Education Society.

Shri Ram Global school
School is going to come up next to Salvation Tree school. The school is not from Shri Educare Ltd (SEL), its founder is Shri Ram Education Trust (SRET).

DPS School KPV
Like Millennium school, this school too would be located in Knowledge Park V and would follow CBSE curriculum. The school was being run temporarily in Gamma II campus. They are now starting session in Greater Noida West/Noida extension campu.
Fees: Consolidated Fees at admission: 85k (Admission fees+Annual charges+1st quarter tuition fees)

Aster KP V school

This is the second school by Aster group in Noida extension (apart from its Sector 3 branch) and is currently offering 50% for admissions to its first session starting 2020-21.
Fees: Admission Fees=30000, Tuition fees=19500 quarterly

St Francis KP V
The school will have first informal session from 2019-20. The first formal session starts from 2020-21. School had decent results in Indirapuram. However, needs to be seen how it turns out to be since its a franchise.

St Xaviers  High school TechZone IV
The school will have first formal session from 2020-21. It is from one of the well known St Xaviers group of schools. They have high focus on discipline and English speaking.
Fees: Admission Fees=25000, Tuition fees=7500

BLS World school
School is located in sector 16 and the promoters have schools in Delhi and Hathras. First session will start from 2021-22 and will be open for classes till VIII. It is likely to follow CBSE curriculum.
Fees: Admission Fees: 17,500 Tuition fees: 8150 per month

Upcoming schools in Noida extension/Greater Noida west:

The Shri Ram Universal school
School will be located in Techzone IV. It may be the first school in the region to follow ICSE curriculum (although it will have CBSE primarily) and the first session is expected to be 2018-2019 (subtle one) with formal sessions from 2019-2020. Likely to have higher fees.
Expected Fees: Tuition fees=12000-15000 per month

Seth Anandram Jaipuria School
Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Noida extension (Greater Noida west) branch will be situated in KP V between Millennium school and St Francis school and has limited infra though and hence sports infra is expected to be limited. How the school eventually turns out to be will depend upon the faculty, which as of Jan 2022, is still under recruitment.
Expected Fees: Tuition fees=6300 per month
Must Read: Readers may also refer our list of top schools in Noida extension ranked on basis of some key parameters

Last updated: January 25, 2022 at 18:09 pm

316 thoughts on “Schools in Noida extension

  • March 14, 2022 at 6:17 pm

    Hi i would be enrolling my 4+ kid this session, Please advise good school near sector 1 noida ext.
    having budget approx 6k

    • March 14, 2022 at 6:56 pm

      hi, among the schools nearby, dwps is one of the best school. teacher quality is excellent and most experienced. the teachers are experiential learning trained and also undergoing finnish education training. the results of dwps in board exams is one of the best, better than dps kpv which is another option in the region. my son goes there to dwps as well and i am a reasonably happy parent

    • March 14, 2022 at 7:44 pm

      Under this budget, chances of getting a good school with good infra is a bit less but you can explore St Francis and upcoming Seth Anandram jaipuria but both have limited open infrastructure and hence less extra curricular opportunities. Else, if you can increase your budget, you may try DWPS which is a holistically good option nearby.

  • December 17, 2020 at 1:47 am

    Very useful info. Now that pacific has reduced it’s fees, isn’t it the best choice?

    • March 14, 2022 at 6:57 pm

      yes, indeed, pacific is one of the better options in the region

  • January 18, 2020 at 10:31 pm

    U covered all the schools. Great

  • August 2, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    I am confused between pacific and lvis. both have their own plus. which one shall i go for for my daughter who will go to Kindergarten.

    • March 14, 2022 at 6:58 pm

      pacific will give your child more individual attention which is important for child this young…

  • July 24, 2019 at 12:33 pm

    How is St John’s school in Greater Noida West sector 2?

    • August 2, 2019 at 5:57 pm

      Not good. Incomplete infrastructure and difficult to reach management.

  • June 24, 2019 at 3:47 am

    How is the DPS school coming up

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  • December 6, 2018 at 1:33 pm

    My child is in LVIS. Some makeshift infrastructure is in place for sports. And academics and security look good. But, individual attention is a problem because of class size.

  • November 25, 2018 at 3:59 pm

    Total 60 schools plots are available in Noida extension. Of existing 20 schools, dpws,pacific and LVIS only have done well. Quantity is there but quality missing. Only those asking high fees giving quality.

  • October 27, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    Last 3 weeks, I have seen 9 schools in the region. Academics, Co-curricular development and gentry are key parameters for me. I have drilled down to pacific and the millennium as my choices. Please advise and help me decide between these two.

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  • August 22, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    GD goenka International also coming up next yr

  • July 26, 2018 at 8:07 pm

    I am confused between LVIS, Pacific and Ryan. All these are near my home. Heard that both Ryan and LVIS have approachabiliy issue. Which is good please.

  • July 26, 2018 at 7:54 pm

    bloom international school is one the best school in greater Noida west and its Good in academics and with decent atmosphere for studies.

  • July 26, 2018 at 3:51 pm

    I got my kid admitted to SKS world school for 2017-18 and I repent the decision. The teachers there aren’t even average. We met the teacher at PTM and felt like talking to a 10th grade student. Not even sure how to represent herself. We haven’t even got the right time tables for class even after multiple reminders. Her excuse: She conveyed the timetable to kid and expected a kid to remember all that. No system for interacting with teacher apart from PTMs, which seems worthless.

    Apart from studies the management is pathetic. No actions being taken for multiple complains against the high ramp which is waiting for a disaster to happen and distribution of the kids as anybody can pick a kid with a cardboard paper and and kids picture. The IDs cards are still not provided even after 04 months of academics.

    Certainly one of the worst.

  • July 18, 2018 at 8:41 pm

    how is dpws please. I am contemplating between dpws and pacific for next session.

  • June 28, 2018 at 8:34 am

    There are following types of schools that a parent can choose based on their priority:
    A traditional academically good school-DPWS and Lotus are quite good choices given their experienced staff.
    A school providing good exposure to inter school events-DPWS and Aster. Aster is more focussed on extra curricular activities.
    A school for holistic development with above average academics – Pacific is clear winner here.

  • May 5, 2018 at 11:13 pm

    After visiting all mentioned schools, I have drilled down to dpws and pacific. Lotus looks a bit raw in comparison to pacific. Please suggest which one I should choose. I stay in Arihant Arden so both are like equidistant.

    • May 28, 2018 at 6:16 pm

      I had the same confusion and after putting much thought, I chose dpws. the child will start from 1st July. The teachers and principal are quite approachable and experienced.

  • April 28, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    I will be shifting in panch sheel greens 2 please suggest a good school for nursery class in low budget.

    • April 28, 2018 at 4:44 pm

      If you can go upto 8k per month, choose lotus valley. if upto 5-6k, choose dpws. if upto 4-5k, choose aster. I personally don’t find others worth value for money even while they may be cheap.

  • April 18, 2018 at 1:28 am

    I got my child admitted to Pacific world. And he joined classes a week late. The experience so far is good. Teachers are cooperative and individual attention is being provided. This to me looks like the best of schools starting this session.

  • April 18, 2018 at 1:25 am

    My kid is going to Lotus valley Noida extension. First few days were really mismanaged especially with transport. But they are improving.

  • April 17, 2018 at 10:56 pm

    Its been almost 2 weeks since Session 2018-2019 started. Parents may share their experience of the first few weeks so that other prospective parents are benefited.

  • April 2, 2018 at 9:02 am

    Fond of DPWS, Aster and Lotus valley. Their principals are special with strong visions. With Shriram lined up next year, it won’t be a cake walk for schools though.

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  • March 27, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    Of all the schools I visited, Pacific was the one that I liked the most. Whether it be the infra or the staff. Given the fees, it is likely to attract a different set of people as well, which I feel is good.

  • March 20, 2018 at 12:47 am

    my son too was in nursery and now will be studying in DPWS in class KG and I am quite impressed with their way of teaching. excellent exposure, most experienced teachers. last week they roped in headmistress with around 20 years of teaching experience including genesis global. some more staff is being augmented. parents are free to interact and are communicated of each and every happening. the senior class staff is infact the best of any school in Noida including upcoming ones like lotus valley. most of them are from dps, amity fraternity. but, the senior class stuff is more of what I felt after seeing senior kids. they are quite impressive and confident when compared to any other schools nearby. let me know if you need any help with your kid in KG.

  • March 20, 2018 at 12:24 am

    After lot of deliberation since a month and visiting almost 80% schools in Noida extension, I finalized dpws for my daughter. excellent staff and very approachable senior staff.

  • March 9, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    I went to pacific school for my child’s admission. the experience was good. infra is awesome and no other school has 15:1 student teacher ratio. so finally admitted her to nursery. any other parent who got child admitted to nursery this year?

  • March 9, 2018 at 9:40 pm

    delhi public world school in Noida extension is the best school of the lot of established schools. only aster is near. pacific and lotus will be giving some competition in future.

  • February 18, 2018 at 4:19 pm

    Please help me decide between dpws and aster. I really liked dpws, the staff is very knowledgeable. on the other hand, the first experience in aster was not good. however, aster is closer to my place.

    • February 18, 2018 at 8:54 pm

      Without a second thought, dpws is a better choice than aster if you are ok using bus transport. my child is in 1st class and touchwood has grown into a confident girl.

    • April 18, 2018 at 11:16 pm

      Never go for aster.too much bad about aster.

  • February 18, 2018 at 12:43 am

    visited pacific today. they have to improve upon external security that looks deserted. otherwise, I really liked the infra and principal was good to talk to. I am highly optimistic about the school. it is a great choice very much like the shiv nadar and shriram in Gurgaon/Faridabad/Noida. Costly but value for money.

    • February 18, 2018 at 8:55 pm

      I agree to your views on pacific world school. if they hire experienced teachers like their able principal, it would offer great competition in the region alongside shriram.

  • February 13, 2018 at 10:13 am

    I m shifting to panchsheel. ..
    My son will go to class 5 .I m confused bet rayan and sarvottam as both are nearby but sarvottam will cost more on pocket becase of its annual charges of 20k compared to 9k in rayan….but infracstructure wide sarvottam is more pleasing….rayan has small playground I m not sure about any extra curricular activities but it is a brand that will maintain there standards. ..I guess….but my son is going towards middle wing academics are more important but can’t ignore personality development too…..
    Kindly help

    • February 13, 2018 at 11:54 am

      Hi Neha, for post primary classes, we will advise you to go for Ryan among the two. So, if you are ok experimenting with Ryan for a year, we advise you to go for Ryan. The Ryan staff is still being augmented. Some staff is being moved from its NH24 branch which has shown good results. You may also try DPWS as it has one of the senior most staff (on average experience) along side Ryan for senior classes.

    • February 13, 2018 at 4:00 pm

      Check DPWS also

  • February 1, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    Problem with Noida extension schools is lack of vision. I have high hopes from DPWS, Pacific and Lotus valley. Have already talked to DPWS Principal Jyoti arora and looks like school is in safe hands. Fees is reasonable considering a decent student teacher ratio and quality of faculty.

  • January 30, 2018 at 8:05 pm

    The biggest plus with Pacific may be student teacher ratio. However, most of the schools are lightly loaded currently. So, fthat distinguishing part would take time to be felt.

  • January 28, 2018 at 8:36 pm

    I went to Pacific world school on Saturday. They are charging admission fees and tution fees. though it initially looked on higher side, after some deliberation, i realized its not actually costly. As per section 80C, we can claim tax deduction on only tution fee component and not on development charges and annual charges. So, assuming one saves 20%, the actual tution fees comes to 8.8k. Now lets say other school charges 7k per month as tution fees + 10k as annual charges + 5k as development charges. After tax deduction fees, becomes 5.6k. Add 1.4k for a month for annual + development charges. Which makes it 7k. Also, school is committing that except for books and uniform, not a single penny would be asked for during academic year. Means you save around additional 1k per month that you would spend otherwise. So, the difference is not much (max 10%). One shall hence judge schools on merit of staff and infrastructure which i found excellent for Pacific. Also went to Lotus valley but few are doubting the unpreparedness of school. Unfortunately, DPWS is bit far for me. So, pacific looks like a good option. If anybody here has got his/her child admitted in pacific, please advise.