Why Greenwood High is the best international school in Bangalore

Greenwood High International School is the best international school in Bangalore. Greenwood High is recognized as IB, IGCSE and ICSE school in Bangalore, Karnataka and India.

Established in 2004 the school offers various programmes viz – ICSE, IB/IGCSE etc.

Greenwood High has a strong reputation for believing in education that is beyond regular classroom, an education that focus on all aspects, an education that is holistic in every way.


It boasts of a student-teacher ratio that is one of the lowest in the country 1:10 so that a student gets the focused attention.

In the category of ‘Day cum Boarding Schools’, Education World has ranked Greenwood High International School No.1 in Bangalore, No.1 in Karnataka and No.5 in India. If you are looking for top ICSE/IB schools in Bangalore Greenwood High would be an ideal one with its world class infrastructure and a curriculum that is tailor-made to suit your child’s needs.

Consistent student performances in several board exams have made Greenwood High as one of the top international schools in Bangalore. For more information, one can call at : +91 80 22010500 | +91 80 27822888 Fax : +91 80 27822200 Send e-mail : contactschool@greenwoodhigh.edu.in

For admission: One can have admission related prior appointments between 9.00 am to 3.00 pm any day from Monday to Friday and on Saturday between 9.00 am to 11.30 am. The admission has started from the month of December. For applying online regarding school admission at Greenwood High, visit the site.



Author: sundarraj15

Sundar Rajkumar is an active blogger and blogs about Education, real estate etc.

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