Amity Education Group will set up the new Harrow International School

Harrow International School is scheduled to open in India and New York from September 2023.

Based on Harrow’s heritage and educational principles, Amity Education Group has entered into an agreement with Harrow School to set up four new campuses in India and one in New York. The first new school will open in September 2023.

Harrow International Schools in India and New York will be privately owned and operated by Amity. Harrow International School Bangalore in India and Harrow International School New York in the United States will be co-educational and will offer both day and boarding places. Both schools will use the Harrow School name and badge under a sub-license granted by Harrow International Schools Limited (HISL). It is a trading subsidiary of the charity that owns Harrow School and its trademark, in exchange for a fee. Funds raised from Harrow-branded schools through HISL are primarily used to help fund Harrow Schools and John Lion Schools, which help students who may not be able to afford school fees.

Each school board will also have two HISL representatives.

John Batting, Governors Chairman of Harrow School, said: “We are delighted to be expanding Harrow learning opportunities for students in two new geographic areas with Amity, the foundation of global educational excellence. Our common aspiration is to establish world-class schools that provide a premium education based on the Harro values ​​of courage, honor, humility and fellowship. “

Atul Chauhan, President and Chancellor of Amity, added: “For Amity International schools, the blending of tradition with modernity is a fundamental aspect of pedagogy. Our focus is on establishing a global outlook among our students through an innovative curriculum that encourages their holistic development and builds a deep respect for values. This partnership between the two educators will combine Amity’s uncompromising pursuit of quality education with Harrow’s 450-year outstanding teaching tradition. “

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