Kodaikanal International School



Kodaikanal International School is one of the best school in the Southern India. Kodaikanal International is a missionary school that was established in the year 1901.

It has dedicated itself to the noble cause of spreading education for a period of more than 100 years.

The Kodaikanal International School, which started off as an American Boarding School, became the first of its kind to adopt the International Baccalaureate Diploma program. This school has considerably contributed to the scenario of education in Kodaikanal.

One of the leading schools in Kodaikanal, the Kodaikanal International School, is a residential school that offers a multicultural and cosmopolitan environment, which helps the students to lead an unprejudiced and healthy atmosphere.

This international school in Kodaikanal offers academic facilities and other added amenities of international standards like:
  • Well stocked libraries
  • Computer and IT laboratories
  • Study halls
  • Student recreation rooms
  • Visual and performing arts
  • Residential facilities
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • Health care facility
  • Alumni Hall
  • Mini-theaters
  • Art center
Being a residential school, the International School in Kodaikanal has set up an infrastructure of international standard to carry on with the noble cause of spreading education.

There are a total of 14 dormitories for the students with care providers in each of them. All the dormitories have kitchens. The school also maintains 106 staff residences. There are arrangements for healthy and delicious food that is prepared by KIS Food Services Department.

Vast area of land is maintained for games and sports activities. Health care is provided to the students by KIS community, through 'The Dish'- its dispensary.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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