Montessori a chain of schools in Kurnool city that aims for progressive and holistic education where learning becomes fun through various interactive sessions.read more
Built on a motto "Help the child to Help himself", the core intention of the school is to make students self-learners, to understand themselves and to relate with people.read more
To create citizens of tomorrow steeped in traditional values of 'Empathy, Discipline and Respect', where no fears prevail, a vision that leads to change.read more
Montessori Indus School is a school that sets itself apart with a unique philosophy of ‘Differentiated Schooling’ recognizing the fact that each child is unique and one size does not fit all! The school sincerely attempts to adopt the methodology and pedagogy suitable for differential learning capacities and learning speed of the children.
MIS renders quality education stressing on human excellence to transform and mould the younger generation to become dutiful and responsible individuals. MIS has a boarding facility, accommodating 880 inmates in a homely atmosphere imparting liberal education with traditional values of Empathy, Respect and Discipline where no fears prevail, a vision that leads to change. The purpose, the aim and the drive of MIS is to equip the student with the best available technology, so that he may function with clarity and efficiency in the modern world. It is far more important to create the right climate so that the child may develop fully into a complete human being. The school has carved a niche for itself among the schools in the city of Kurnool. MIS is endowed with fine infrastructural facilities such as Robotic Lab, Maths, Science & Computer Labs, Seminar halls, Sporting fields and swimming pool.
Today’s education is no more defined by boundaries. Now a days, knowledge is shared globally irrespective of time, distance, geography or language through a technology platform (internet). Children of today need an education that prepares them to meet the challenges of a competitive world. While academic strength is essential to survive, they need good communication skills, good character and an attitude to be lifelong learners and contribute in a positive way to the society, at large. Ethics and etiquettes, morals and discipline, values and culture, all need to be ingrained into them to make them good beings who are capable of becoming global citizens.
A School should aim to provide high quality education in a supportive learning environment. I believe that every child is Unique and has to be provided with an opportunity to succeed in its own way. Students should walk into the school, looking forward to days filled with the joy of learning without being threatened. They should enjoy every activity and every day of their school and also understand and appreciate different cultures. We must make them sensitive to global issues and bring out their leadership skills.
-Smt.P.Kalyanamma, Founder, Montessori Schools.
My daughter studied for 2 years in MIS and I had to move to Dubai. The school gave a lot of freedom and opportunities to speak English. Now they both are really doing well in the higher grades. They still miss the English fiesta where my elder daughter played the role of Cinderella.
I thank the coordinators and teachers of MIS who are so smiling and ever receiving to all. They treat my son Aahan so well Today, he is very confident and I want my child to be bold.
Thank you, management of MIS. My son just dances to any tune. All the credit goes to prep teachers who teach them with fun and freedom. He was appreciated for his inborn talent. This is one of the most wonderful schools I have seen in Rayalaseema
Hi, think room teachers My son, Athaluulah misses you all so much. His grade 3 experience is so wonderful that after my transfer to Vijayawada, I am unable to see my son unhappy. He reminds us of his swimming hour, the green lawns where he used to play daily. Thank you all for your honest efforts.
My daughter got shifted from Singapore and joined grade 1 at MIS. She loved the school so much that she never was absent at all. She could learn a lot of culture, enjoyed the festival celebrations done at school. She started writing on her own. I am extremely happy to see my daughter Diya speak about relationships which she learnt in her class.
I miss MIS so much that my children aren’t able to settle in any school after we got transferred to Tirupathi. My daughter Loukya Saadhika who got the Foundational year program in MIS is leading in all the activities and speaks so well in English. I hope you start another school in Tirupathi.