About School


Welcome to Sanskriti, where learning is child-centered and activity-oriented. We are dedicated to creating an enjoyable and innovative learning process through experiential teaching methods. Our school provides world-class education with subject-based classrooms, state-of-the-art facilities, and a focus on the holistic development of our students, making them striving achievers.

Affiliated with the prestigious CBSE board, Sanskriti draws scholars from diverse backgrounds, embracing educational, cultural, and religious diversity from across the country and even the world. At Sanskriti, we believe that diversity is our strength. Our curriculum spans grades 1-12, including two state/national level exams at the 10th and 12th grades. With a student community of 800, supported by a committed and qualified teaching faculty, we maintain a favorable teacher-student ratio of 1:30. Additionally, being a part-residential school, we extend opportunities to outstation students as well.

Our school prides itself on state-of-the-art infrastructure, featuring science, math, and language laboratories, as well as computer resource centers. We also provide a library and an amphitheater for our students. Leveraging updated technology, our teachers employ   smart boards, internet access, computers, and a digital library with over 1000 CDs and teaching software within the classrooms.

Admissions are open from Prep to Class IX & XI in the first year, progressively moving up to Class XII.

Recognizing the importance of sportsmanship as a mark of leadership, our school excels in sports facilities and achievements. Our campus includes a 25-meter all-weather swimming pool, a ranch, tennis courts, basketball courts, a sports complex with table tennis facilities, squash courts, a rifle shooting arena, a badminton court, an athletic track, and expansive open fields for hockey, football, and cricket. We take pride in nurturing sportspersons who have achieved both national and international recognition across various disciplines.

Cultural diversity and inter-cultural understanding are integral to our vision. Students engage in various cultural programs, showcasing their talents and creativity. Exhibitions, annual celebrations, and house functions provide platforms for students to exhibit their skills. Dance, vocal and instrumental music, art, batik, tie and dye, sculpture, ceramics, photography, paper technology, and sustainable development are some of the engaging activities offered during the students’ school years.

Sanskriti – The School is committed to community well-being and endeavors to instill in its students a sensitivity towards the less privileged. Various clubs sensitize students on issues such as child abuse, care for the elderly, drugs, and HIV-AIDS awareness.

Our association with Spic Macay ensures that our school culture remains centered while also respecting western classical and fusion music from across the continents. Global concerns, including environmental issues, wildlife conservation, and global warming, are discussed in national and international forums through club activities. Personality development programs are regularly conducted to groom our students, and trips and treks provide valuable intangible learning experiences.

Our counseling department, led by highly experienced and qualified counselors, offers guidance and emotional support to our student community. Peer trainers assist teachers in addressing peer-related issues, while career guidance and admission counseling further support students’ growth.

The school management and principal strongly believe in leadership and provide an empowering atmosphere for our faculty. Our aim is to nurture independently acting and thinking global individuals who aspire to make a difference in their community, country, and the world.

Join us at Sanskriti, where we shape bright futures and empower young minds to dream big!

“The one skill that we know our children will need is the ability to relearn all the time. To try things, to come back, read, try new things, come back to read and learn more, and go back again.”