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The admissions for academic year 2017-2018 are open now (for kids of age 4 to 14). After pleasantly completing the first school year (year 2016-2017), and taking into account valuable feedback from members and Indian community around we are ready to start next school year with many new ideas and a new structure.  

September 2017 onward, dance and music will be introduced in our curriculum. Kids will learn Hindi and Indian culture through a 'Sangeet, Nrutya, Kala-Sangam' [combination of music, dance and theatre]. Indian culture and mythological stories will be the basis for student-theater activities. Kids and their parents will get a chance to participate in cultural functions/plays/theatre (Diwali, new year and annual function), where skits will be a mixture of music, dance and act. 


Indian classical music, traditional songs will be taught by well qualified and and experienced music teacher. Kids and parents alike are welcome to join the music class. (More information about the teacher under 'about us' section)

My India/Hindi

Introduction of different states of India; their culture, food, festivals will be given in Hindi. Theater acts based on stories of Ram, Krishna, Dashavataras, etc will be rehearsed in Hindi/Sanskrit and will be presented in Diwali and annual functions. 

Shlokas/subhashitas and Geeta recital, focus on pronunciations

Khel - Indian games

In each month there will be a ‘khel’ (games) session. It will include traditional Indian games like carrom, chess, lagori, kho-kho, kabaddi  etc. We will start this session with shlokas and will conclude with kids-yoga, surya-namskar and relaxation.

Group 1: age 5-7/8

Group 2: age 8/9-12

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Why Subhashitas and Geeta chanting?

It reduces anxiety in kids and adults.
Sanskrit chanting channels the flow of energy through sounds and rythm. By balancing the nervous system, chanting regulates the chronic stress and tension that is the norm for many kids and adults in today’s hyper-stimulated lifestyle. And by balancing the endocrine system, chanting normalizes hormone production, which balances our moods and overall sense of well-being.



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