The Orbis School

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The Orbis School is an Indian school located in Keshavnagar, Mundhwa, close to Magarpatta, Pune, Maharashtra. The school is co-educational and is up to class 9 (2015–16), scalable up to class 12. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.

History and operations[edit]

Exterior of the school
Orbis inside

The first school was established in June 2010 under the leadership of Razi Faquih and Haseeb Faquih. The second school was launched in June 2014 and is known as The Orbis School Pune Two.

The schools are located at Keshavnagar, in Pune, with a strength of over 1,500 students. The first and current principal is Mala Jetly.

The school in its process of natural growth is up to class 9 (2015–16), and is scalable up to class 12. The infrastructure and facilities have been planned accordingly.

The school's pre-nursery school in Pune is run by Orbis Kids Education Pvt. Ltd. and includes playgroup, nursery and kindergarten for children of different age groups.[1]

House system[edit]

There are four houses – Explorers (green), Guardians (blue), Innovators (yellow) and Vanguards (red).[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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