ABOUT HERITAGE XPERIENTIAL LEARNING SCHOOL

Heritage Xperiential Learning School, with its commitment to an innovative project-based pedagogy and integrated curriculum, has established a formidable reputation for itself as a progressive, innovative school in just over a decade that it has been operational.

It stands apart as perhaps the only example of a progressive school that offers alternate education in the mainstream, disproving the perception that experiential education can only take place on a small scale. Heritage Xperiential Learning School has regularly found representation in the top 10 schools of the country as much for its academic reputation and infrastructure, as for its focus on students with special needs or those from economically weaker sections. Other areas where the school has been cited for excellence include: co-curricular activity, leadership and management, sports education, life skills education and conflict resolution, and parent involvement. The school has always invested heavily in its teachers’ professional learning and development and, today, many of its teachers are trainers and facilitators who are making other schools aware of its experiential learning methodology.

Quite apart from all this, the school offers the best value for money. With a fee structure similar to other day schools in the NCR, Heritage Xperiential Learning School stands out in terms of the quality it offers, not merely in terms of infrastructure but, most importantly, through the quality of teaching and learning. It has the best teacher-student ratio at 1:9 in the NCR. Its fully air-conditioned campus is spread across a sprawling 18.75 acres and is equipped with one of the best infrastructures among schools in the NCR. Its leadership team consists of three alumni from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and one alumnus from the Harvard Business School.

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