From the Chairman's Desk

"Often in our intense desire to secure the future of our children, we set unrealistic expectations or impinge on the children`s right to pursue their interest beyond books, considering them as superfluous. Conversely, co-curricular activities are equally if not more, conducive to cognitive development. Research shows that children who are actively involved in physical and creative activities do well academically too.

At The International School Agra , we put in a great deal of planning and effort to design a learning environment that provides for a very smooth transition from the protective care of parents in the confines of their homes to the challenges of life in the global world.

Therefore, as nurturing adults, we need to respect the child`s space and give them freedom to follow their heart. That is how we help them grow and blossom and enable them to make a meaningful contribution to the society that sustains them and us."

Mr. Krishan Kalra