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Mallya Aditi International School, Yelahanka, Bangalore, India

  • K through12
  • Offers IGCSE/A Levels/AICE Diploma?ICSE/ISC
  • Comprehensive ESL programme
  • Learning Support Centre with qualified faculty
  • Student to Teacher ratio of 7:1






  • A tradition of academic excellence in humanities, sciences and mathematics, as well as creative and performing arts
  • On-going professional development for all teachers
  • Strong emphasis on community service
  • In-School Advisor and placement services in universities world-wide
Mallya Aditi International School
Yelahanka, Bangalore 560 064, India
Telephones: 91.80.28462506,7,8


A Vibrant Learning Environment. Mallya Aditi International School (Aditi), a K-12 school, was founded in 1984 by a pioneering group of committed teachers and parents. The school strives to create a vibrant learning environment that is child-centred, international in perspective, engaging, active and critical.

Aditi believes that developing a sense of community and a social conscience lie at the very heart of education. The school’s community service programme includes seniors providing educational support to students at a school for the children of Sri Lankan refugees. Students of the school have also recently become involved with a school for the blind and the Terry Fox Run, to raise funds for cancer research.

Aditi has a Learning Support Laboratory and an ESL department, both with proven expertise in addressing student differences. The members of the school’s learning support team presented three wellreceived papers at the British Dyslexia Association Conference at Warwick in March 2004.

Another of the school’s enduring commitments is to the creative and performing arts. Aditi believes that art, music and drama are profoundly related to learning. This department has led several initiatives to integrate the creative arts into several other parts of the curriculum. The school has also produced critically acclaimed plays, musicals and concerts. Thanks to excellent faculty, subjects like sociology, history, geography, literature and political science have always enjoyed a high status in Aditi.

The school is equally committed to excellence in the sciences and mathematics. A Robotics Club meets once a fortnight to test the hypothesis that genuine understanding comes from hands-on experience. Biology students have participated in tiger-censuses, turtle walks and researched the complexities of the brain.

Teachers are the school’s most valuable resource. Aditi’s emphasis on the professional development of its faculty is legendary. Ten days in a year are devoted to in-service training, reflection and review of current practice. Dedicated time is made available, every week, to meet, plan and prepare. The school offers teachers opportunities to update their skills in institutions in India and abroad.

Aditi has a vibrant college placement service, and graduates attend some of the best colleges and universities in India and around the world. Aditi strives constantly to be a community of critical and life-long learners.

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