Click here to view infrastructure In early 60’s and 70’s and till 80’s the school building was a brick and mortar and a limited number of schools had the facilities for large playground where the students could play various games like cricket and volleyball. With NGO’s and private participation, the schools started coming up with the infrastructure few of us had seen or heard of. A school has 2 inseparable limbs, the academic related infrastructure and one which is support base for co-curricular activities. Our school building’s facade and edifice is a banquet for discerning eyes; be it the playground, the sports arena, manicured lawns, acres of green land, fully air conditioned nursery wing-
“The toddler’s hangout”, two computer labs for the seniors and one computer lab for the toddlers – “the Computer Station” which seek the attention of even those people who are indifferent to surroundings around them. Our class rooms are rooms with a view. Our washrooms are mirrors to taste and our fetish for cleanliness. Today stress on students has attained catastrophical levels and sports, games are the best stress busters. Therefore, we should ensure that the students are not held captive by monotony, keeping this perception in mind we offer our students vast playground spread over acres of land, the sports facilities, interalia, includes huge skating rink, semi-Olympic size swimming pool a clay court for lawn tennis, separate court for mini-tennis and basketball court, football ground etc.
We have a genset which defeats the summers. We pull out all stops to offer the best to our students and this legitimate claim is justified when one enters the portals of Shah International School. In addition, there’s a gamut of facilities to build positive experiences for children. These are: