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Need of Boarding school in india

RoshiniRoshini Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hi, this is Roshini, from Karnataka. I’m looking for the best boarding school in South India. The school should be in the hand of proper management and needed facilities. If you have the correct and true knowledge about the boarding schools, advice me.
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Replies to: Need of Boarding school in india

  • huguenothuguenot Registered User Posts: 514 Member
    Roshini--

    I believe you are more likely to get answers if you post in the Prep School Admissions forum. This forum is for families who teach their own children in their own homes.

    Hope that helps,
    Huguenot Mom
  • JulieThomasJulieThomas Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    Hi Roshini, Namasthe Ji, I’m Julie from Punjab. I have gone through your message. I understood what is your expectation, because before four years I also had the same problem when I searching better boarding school in South India. We found the desires are only at St. John's Boarding school, here the best management, guide and education a per your expectation. They are providing affectionate nannies are readily available to attend all the immediate needs of the children, such as bathing, shoe polishing, laundry, dressing up, toilet assistance at night and so on. No fear about the kid’s needs and culture. They’ll take care of every thing. Do approach the St. John's Boarding school,coimbatore for your kid’s bright future.
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