Ryan International Group of Institutions

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Ryan International School
Logo of Ryan International School depicting the motto "Excellence in Education & All Round Development"
Logo of Ryan International School depicting the motto
"Excellence in Education & All Round Development"
15 States across India
Religious affiliation(s) Christian minority
Established 1976 (1976)
Opened 1976
Founder Dr. Augustine F. Pinto
School board CBSE
IGCSE(A & O Level)
International Baccalaureate (IB) - Primary Years Programme (PYP)
Chairman Dr. Augustine F. Pinto[1]
Campus Director Madam Grace Pinto
Medium of language English
Yearbook "Radiance"

Ryan International Schools are a group of private educational institutions in India that were founded in 1976 by Dr. Augustine F. Pinto


The schools in this group include:

  • In Mumbai: The 1st School Started By the group was St. Xavier's High School(Borivali)(E) in 1976, St. Joseph High School New Panvel Fr. Agnelo High School, St. Lawrence High School,ryan International School CBSE ( Kandivali), Holy Family High School, (Marathi Medium), St. Thomas High School, St. Louis High School, St. Mary’s High School, Ryan International malad ts.St.Lawrence High School (Borivali) ST.Xavier`s High School [ MIRA ROAD], ST Francis High School (Bhayander), Cambridge School (Kandivali).
  • In central India: Ryan International School (Bhopal), Ryan International School (Indore), Ryan International School (Nagpur), St. Xavier's High School (Nagpur), St. Xavier's High School (Raipur),Ryan International School (Raipur), Ryan International School (Jabalpur), St. Xavier's High School (Jabalpur), St. Xavier's High School (Dhamtari).
  • In south India: Ryan International School Bangalore(which has three branches namely:- Kundalahalli, Yelahanka and Bannerghatta), Ryan Matriculation School (Pondicherry)
  • In northern India: Ryan International School, Greater Noida, Ryan International School New Delhi, Ryan International School Mayur Vihar (New Delhi), Ryan International School Shahjahanpur, Ryan International School Noida, Ryan International School Haryana, Ryan International School Gurgaon, Ryan International School Ghaziabad, Ryan International School Jaipur (with an associated Intermediate school), Ryan International School Chandigarh, Ryan International School Sohna road, Ryan International School Raibarelly, Ryan International School Amritsar, Ryan International School Amritsar, Ryan Shalom Montessori (Delhi)Ryan International School mayur Vihar V-III,[2] Ryan International School Rohini.
  • In UAE: Ryan Star International school, Sharjah and Ryan International school, Musaffa, Abu dhabi, UAE


  • Dr. Augustine Pinto, Founding Chairman
  • Madam Grace Pinto, Managing Director
  • Mr. Ryan Pinto, CEO [3]




The schools have been active in community activities outside the schools themselves: maintaining local cleanliness, health awareness, rehabilitation work, medical camps, adoption of government school, serving the elderly adults, Model united Nations

World Scholar's Cup Achievements[edit]

Three students - Akhil Puri, Sahil Srivastava and Neharika Rastogi represented the Ryan Group in Singapore for the World Scholar's Cup, 2013 and became the first from India to qualify for the Global Round in Bangkok. Akhil Puri achieved the top spot in Writing Skills and also bagged the 'Top Scorer Award'. In Bangkok, Akhil Puri again achieved the 'Top Scorer Award' and Sahil Srivastava bagged the third position in Collaborative Writing and the team's wonderful work helped them qualify for the Tournament of Champions in the University of Yale, USA. Ryan International Group of Institutions then hosted the first ever Indian Round of the World Scholar's Cup in December, 2013.


  1. ^ Ryan wins best school trophy, The Indian Express, 17 October 2008, retrieved 26 August 2011 
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ "Ryan International Group of Institutions: Management". Retrieved 26 January 2013. 
  4. ^ Curriculum, ryaninternational.org, retrieved 27 August 2011 

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