Greenwood high international school

No.8-14, Chickkawadayarapura , Gunjur Post, Varthur Sarjapur Road Bangalore - 560087

+91 80 27822888 +91 7829917657

8am - 3.30 pm

Greenwood High is a highly-reputed Day cum Residential International School in Bangalore, India established in 2004 offering IB, IGCSE and ICSE curriculum.

It has 3 Pre Schools in Koramangala,Whitefield Main Road & Bannerghatta Road.

It is the only International School in Bangalore to have received the honor of bagging7 National awards and to be ISO 18001:2007 accredited with a “Safety and Health Management Systems Certificate”.

Greenwood High stands out with complete nurturing care, emphasising on the all round development of the student. The futuristic curriculum lays equal emphasis on academics and personality development. With over 2700 students Greenwood High not only focuses of educational “best practices”, but also thrives to provide total personality and intellectual development.


  • Nursery to XII grade
  • IB , IGCSE , ICSE Board
  • English Medium
  • Day and Residential School
  • Co-ed School
  • School provides transportation
  • Total 2700 students
  • 24 students per class
  • Student/Teacher ratio: 11:1

2 Reviews

  1. Diwakar

    My kid was 7+ last year when we moved in from Delhi. I visited about 10 schools in Bangalore and narrowed down to 2 schools out of which one was Greenwood High. We were looking for low student to teacher ratio, good infra, good mix of studies and extra curricular activities and option of Hindi as second language . The fees in the school is on high side and the concentration is more on the overall development rather than the studies. We had joined our son here last year and are happy with the choice.

    October 17, 2014 at 10:25 am
  2. Venkat

    I’m very disappointed with the school. Academic concentration is not there . Even after charging high fees, most parents have to resort to private tuition . They claim to have all the sports facilities but they do not have the right coaches . The children who go to private sports clubs outside the school are picked hence ensuring less work for the coaches. I am seriously considering changing schools

    October 17, 2014 at 10:27 am

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