Boarding Campus

(Only for Girls)

Translam Academy International specializes in  boarding education along with the day school for pupils aged 4 -18. The school is probably the only ‘All India’ school with applications from almost every state each year, as well as from Indian families overseas. Established in 1987, The school’s beautiful seventy acre campus with a vast range of flora, fauna and bird life provide all students with ample green space and fresh air where they are able to live and learn. It is an environment rarely offered by schools in large and small cities in India, or indeed some other countries. All girls are able to seek advice from the teaching staff, the Wellness Centre and the school counsellor living on the school campus throughout the seven day week. Boarders discover that they have much more time to study and pursue their wider interests.

Boarding School Will Develop Your Child

Boarding schools have an outstanding tradition of academic excellence, built on an educational model that delivers diverse curricula, taught by highly qualified and exceptionally motivated teachers, in small classes that encourage meaningful interaction with the students.

Faculty hold high expectations as they share their passion on a subject. Teachers frequently live on campus and are available for extra help after the school day ends. Weekend study sessions are the norm.

Learning Continues Beyond the Classroom

At boarding schools, learning extends beyond the classroom. Since staff and students live together, students benefit from countless teachable moments both inside and outside of the classroom.

Boarding school students also participate in far more extracurricular activities than students in state schools, whether playing sports, engaging in creative endeavours like music or painting, or participating in student government and school club activities.

Facilities are Typically Excellent

There are countless options for athletics, the arts and community service. Boarding school facilities are extensive and typically include performing arts spaces, visual arts studios, multiple playing fields, indoor courts for basketball and squash, an ice rink, swimming pool and fitness room. More unique athletic offerings such as crew, golf and equestrian training enable students to develop skills local high schools may not provide.

Boarding Students Discover Self-Reliance

Boarding school environments can range in character from arts-focused to militarily-oriented, but all almost always feature a student body composed of young people from a diversity of backgrounds. Since they are not living at home, they are required to learn how to live with, trust, and respect their peers in an environment of controlled freedom.

There are few substitutes for having to manage your own academic and personal responsibilities at a young age.

Boarding Graduates Lead Exceptional Lives

Boarding schools also offer the priceless gift of preparing young people for future success. The academic rigor and the training in negotiating the responsibilities of independence set boarding school graduates on a path to prosperity—professionally, socially, and culturally.

Boarding school provides a unique chance to develop the skills needed for college. Boarding graduates feel well prepared for the non-academic aspects of college life, such as independence, social life, and time management.

Small Class Sizes Lead to Greater Focus

A class size of twelve is the average at most boarding schools. Small classes allow teachers to provide individualized attention and the students have plenty of access to their teachers. The humanities classrooms are often set up in the Socratic method, with the teacher as facilitator and mentor. In these classes, students are provided with questions, not answers. Encouraged to think and share, students find their voices. They actively participate in their learning.

A Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity

It is often said that at boarding school, students "live to learn" since they spend large parts of their day engaged in learning activities. But they also "learn to live" by shouldering the responsibility that comes with greater independence.

Without question, boarding school shape lives for the better. Unsurprisingly, the experience leaves a positive impression.