Shalom Hills International School Gurgaon

What school says: 

Shalom Hills International School Gurgaon is an unaided, Christian Minority School that practices an inclusive education policy. Admission is open to children of all communities. It was founded with the focus to provide a holistic education with time-tested traditions and strong sense of values, combining academic excellence with personal capabilities. The institution has put together world-class educational facilities with diversity of curricular options. Shalom is an institution with a difference, committed to excellence, and high achievements.

The school wishes to create a caring environment with a stimulating and comprehensive program to foster, nurture and secure the socio-emotional, physical, intellectual, spiritual development of each child and endowing them with patriotic feelings and civic-minded spirit.

Go4Reviews take:

The academic results of Shalom Hills International School Gurgaon has been decent. Parents are satisfied with Academics part but feel Transport facility and hygiene within classrooms can be improved. They also feel that approaching Principal for concerns is an issue. The exposure provided to inter school events is commendable.

Location: Shalom Hills International School Gurgaon Sushant Lok Phase I Sector 43 Gurugram

Classes: Till class XII

Board: CBSE

Average class size: 20-30

Fees: Admission Fees: 50k, Caution money: 5k, Annual Charges:17k, Tuition Fees: 23k quarterly

Our Survey review(perception based):

 

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Last Updated on September 7, 2018 by Go4Reviews

3 thoughts on “Shalom Hills International School Gurgaon

  • January 20, 2020 at 2:13 pm
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    Decent academics. Senior staff is good. Individual attention can be improved upon.

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  • September 7, 2018 at 4:45 pm
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    The school is traditional in nature. Exposure also is mostly on co-curricular activities. Sports facilities are little and so is the exposure.

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  • September 7, 2018 at 4:40 pm
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    My child goes to class II. The school is bound to receive mixed feedback since academics is good but recently some teachers have moved out. Management is not easily approachable.

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