Imbibing performing, visual arts and sports as part of curriculum
At Oakridge, we believe that education systems need to help develop the 21st century skills required for children to successfully negotiate through life’s challenges. Hence, Student life at Oakridge goes beyond conventional academics and curriculum. We are convinced that extra-curricular programs are an important part of education and that there is as much learning outside of classrooms as there is within them. We offer the students a spectacular range of activities, events, workshops, courses and conferences to choose from, each of which is handpicked and vetted by our team of experts. Over the course of their life at Oakridge, students discover and develop their genuine interests and talents by trying their hand at the wide range of activities on offer.
The philosophy of outward bound education as initiated by educator Kurt Hahn has been adopted enthusiastically at Oakridge.
At Oakridge, we believe that every child, when nurtured, can become a leader!
Student, Class IX
At Oakridge, learning is very enriching. The various activities held at the school has helped me improve my skills in arts. It has been a very good experience for me and helped me build self-confidence.
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