“Knowledge is power. Knowledge shared is power multiplied.”
— Robert Boyce
Investing in our children’s education is one of the most important decisions we will make in our life time and one that requires great thought. These are formative years and the relationships made through friendships and interactions with teachers will shape them for the future.
Summer Fields School, Kailash colony is recognized through its academic world for its progressive approach and its excellence towards excellence and innovation. Today, it stands as a citadel of learning and a harbinger of quality. Along with keeping pace with the changing time, we cater to the needs of the contemporary society as well.
“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”
A. PRE – SCHOOL (NURSERY) :-
Admission to Pre-School (Nursery) Class is regulated in accordance with the instructions/ guidelines issued by the Directorate of Education every year, in the month of December and January. Admission criteria, classification of seats and admission schedules are formulated as per the Directorate of Education’s instructions and guidelines and are displayed in the public domain i.e the School’s website and notice board for the information of the Parents seeking admission for their children and General Public.
B. (KG-V ):-
Admission for Class KG to Class V are granted against the vacancy of seats on account of withdrawals and in accordance with the instructions/ guidelines applicable. Parents are requested to either email the application for these classes to firstname.lastname@example.org or register online by simply clicking on the ‘ADMISSION OPEN’ icon given on the school’s website, or submit the application (Hard copy) in the school or contact the school’s reception for any other assistance. The students seeking admission in Class KG to Class I would have to appear in an Admission Test, which would comprise an Assessment, pertaining to three subjects, namely, English, Mathematics and Environmental Studies, followed by an interaction with the Principal. The students seeking admission in Class II to Class V would have to appear in an Admission Test, which would comprise an Assessment, pertaining to three subjects, namely, English, Mathematics and Hindi, followed by an interaction with the Principal.