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Students of Mount Litera School International celebrated Grandparents Day

On November 30, 2017,

Grandparents play an important role in the lives of every child. The pampering that grandkids get from their grandparents leaves a lasting impression on their lives.    This Grandparents Day, our students enjoyed seeing their grandparents in their school. There were activities like story-telling, art & craft, musical chairs &…

Students of Mount Litera School International participated in a chess interaction with FIDE Master Balaji Guttula

On November 29, 2017,

A total of 40 students participated in a chess interaction with FIDE Master Balaji Guttula, a renowned coach who is actively involved in training our students in chess for our extra curricular activities.    FIDE Master Balaji single-handedly battled 40 students of MLSI in the age group of 5 – 13 in…

Mount Litera School International awarded as a Top Emerging School at the Times Education Icon Awards 2017

On November 24, 2017,

On the eve of 24th November, MLSI was awarded the Times Education Icon, 2017 in the Emerging school category by Times Internet Limited, a Times Group Company. It is always a great honour to be recognised for your hard work and dedication. Our first priority has always been towards providing…

Students of Mount Litera School International went on an educational trip to Jaipur & Ranthambore National Park

On November 19, 2017,

Middle Years Programme (MYP) Educational Trip to Jaipur & Ranthambore National Park took place from November 19th to November 23rd for students of grade 6 to grade 9. The students visited Amer Fort, Chokhi Dhani, Jantar Mantar, Ranthambore Fort and Ranthambore National Park and explored our traditions and culture. The…

Students of Mount Litera School International created music to pursue their passion

On November 17, 2017,

Students of Mount Litera School International celebrated Cultures Mela.

On November 10, 2017,

MLSI students spent 4 days in their classrooms learning about different cultures and transformed their classrooms into the country and culture they are studying. We thank our parents for helping the students by decorating, creating art and crafts, teaching a dance, story telling, sharing artefacts and cooking recipes, to help…

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