Joyous English School



Joyous English School was formed in the year 1979 in Surat. The EBAM Public Trust which is a leading name in the educational sector of Surat, provides necessary funds to the Joyous English School. The School follows the course curriculum of the Gujarat Board as it has its affiliation.

During its initial years, Joyous English School of Surat was restricted only to nursery KG classes. However with passage of time the School improved its infrastructural and faculty services and in the following years of 1981 and 2002 respectively, established the primary and secondary divisions.

Located in the Varachha road of Surat, Joyous English School initiates its academic calender from September. The three semesters of September, January and April cover the entire course structure of each of the standard of the Joyous English School.

Boasting of a 100% success in the SSC examination of 2004 - 2007, Joyous English School in Surat encourages the students to take part in various extra-curricular activities. Some out-of-the-classroom activities in which the students of Joyous English School frequently participate include basketball competition, aerobics, dancing competition, football match, fancy dress competition, recitation, yoga, swimming, rifle shooting, volley ball, karate, skating and music competition, among many others.

The entire learning system of Joyous English School is facilitated by various support infrastructure such as well-stocked library, state-of-the-art laboratory, parent-teacher meetings, student counselling, education tour, Internet access, medical services, experienced faculty and social involvement.

Joyous English School is known as one of the prime educational institutes of Surat which offers global learning scope with ingrained Indian values.



Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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