Based on a survey by EducationToday.co, Billabong High International (BHI) School, Santacruz, has ranked fourth in Maharashtra under the category of Top 20 International Schools.
The schools were judged in 10 parameters — academic reputation, individual attention, value for money, holistic development, leadership and management quality, sports education, infrastructure provision, innovative teaching, safety and hygiene and co-curricular activities.
Maharashtra School Merit Awards are based on jury rating, parents votes (46,000) and EduactionToday.co’s team analysis.
“We are pleased to know that our efforts of providing the best kind of education to our students are being recognized. It feels great to achieve this rank and we are honored to accept it." Lina Ashar, founder of Kangaroo Kids and BHI School, said.
The Maharashtra School Merit Awards 2017 will be held on September 9, 2017 to felicitate the school award winners, hosting around 200 schools from various categories that have been selected out of 650 survey forms received by their team
“We’re always striving for excellence and this is great news,” Kusum Kanwar, principal, BHI School, Santacruz, said.
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