Physical address: Singena Agrahara Rd, Huskur, Electronic City, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560099
Website: www.eisbangalore.com
Email: info.bangalore@eis.edu.in
Telephone: +91 96633 05705
Gender: Co-educational
Teaching language: English
Curriculum: Indian (ICSE), International Baccalaureate, Cambridge Primary, IGCSE and A-levels
Ages: 3 to 18 


Background

Set on a sprawling 12-acre campus, Ebenezer International School Bangalore (EISB) offers top-notch education in modern facilities. All classrooms are fitted with Apple TVs, and the school operates a 1:1 Apple programme where each student in grades six to 12 has their own iPad.

Ebenezer International School has a varied curriculum based on several different well-regarded programmes. Grades 1 to 5 follow the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, while Grades 6 to 10 are taught the Indian ICSE and Cambridge curricula. Grades 11 and 12 study the A-levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.


Further reading

►For more, see International Schools in Bengaluru

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