Welcome

Welcome to a whole new universe of learning, where the bounds of imagination are limitless, and each child explores ever expanding horizons.

Here, we encourage the free spirit in every curious mind to imbibe, absorb, contribute and create new ideas and lines of thinking. Allow us to show you how we make this happen. Browse through these pages for a better understanding of Nahar International School’s ethos.

OUR VISION

We shall aim to raise a generation founded on life values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Citizenship. The students of our school shall compete only with their own abilities, striving to improve their own record. We shall strive to inculcate a passion for learning and a curiosity about the world, making our students learners for life. We shall fortify our students with the ability to discipline their own study experience. For our students, the frontiers of learning shall extend beyond books and into the enrichment provided by art, drama, music and sports. Every student of our school will be an asset to the community, applying his knowledge and thinking, to the betterment of it, through community service. Our ambition is to produce Global Citizens of the 21st Century by exposing them to world issues and perspectives.

MISSION

We will raise a generation founded on life values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Citizenship. The students of our school will compete only with their own abilities, striving to improve their own record. We will inculcate a passion for learning and a curiosity about the world, making our students learners for life. We will fortify students with the ability to discipline their own study experience. For our students, the frontiers of learning extend beyond books and into the enrichment provided by art, drama, music and sports. Every student of our school will be an asset to the community, applying his knowledge and thinking, through community service to the betterment of the community.

Our ambition is to produce Global Citizens of the 21st Century by exposing them to world issues and perspectives.

“The principle goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.”
– Jean Piaget