harvest international school, Bangalore

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suresh123 2011-02-06 14:34:35


Hi All,

Pl share your feedback on harvest international school, Bangalore.

Naushu 2012-03-09 14:01:24


 Email from the school.



Dear Parent/s,

Greetings from Harvest International School.

Thank you for the enquiry. I am sending you the details of our school. For any further queries please feel free to call me in the number given below.

Harvest International is a K-12 school with CBSE (Indian) and IGCSE (International) Curricula, located near Sarjapur road, about 4 km from Wipro facility.  The School is promoted by a group of professionals and educationalists with an idea of bringing in international quality of education with universal values.

 The school offers multi-curriculum approach covering Indian and International syllabi in an integrated learning environment and gives an option for the student to branch off in to CBSE / IGCSE according to his choice.  Inclusion of age appropriate arts, sports, music and dance in the regular time table ensures all-round development of the child. Kindly find the brochure of the school attached herewith.

 Admissions are open for the academic year 2012 – 13 . 

Fee Structure:

Pre Primary ( Mont I, II, III) - 70,500  Break up is followed below;

Registration fee and form - 500

Admission fee – 10,000,

60,000 – May – 35,000(First instalment), December – 25,000(Second instalment)


Primary (Grade I to V) - 75,500  Break up is followed below;

Registration fee and form - 500

Admission fee – 10,000,

65,000 – May – 40,000(First instalment), December – 25,000(Second instalment)


Middle School (Grade VI to VIII)- 80,500  Break up is followed below;

Registration fee and form - 500

Admission fee – 10,000,

70,000 – May – 45,000(First instalment), December – 25,000(Second instalment)

Books - On Actuals

Uniform  Additional

Transport –

5 km - Rs.20,000/- (1st. instalment - Rs.10,000/- at the time of admission, 2nd instalment - Rs. 10,000/- in the month of December)

5 km Above - Rs.25,000/- (1st. instalment - Rs.12,500/- at the time of admission, 2nd instalment - Rs. 12,500/- in the month of December) 

*10% of the total fee will be waived off for the second child.

* Day Care facility at HSR Layout "Harvest Cherubs Montessori" - Registration - 7000/- and per month 2000/- 


We require the following list of documents for admissions listed below :

Photographs - 4 passport size and 2 stamp size

A photocopy of Birth certificate

A photocopy of Transfer certificate

For further details you can contact the school at –

 admissions@harvestinternationalschool.in /info@harvestinternationalschool.in

Or call on 9686199415 /16 / 17/ 18/ 20. 

 We look forward to see you at our campus. 



Treasa Kappen

Front Office and Admission Counsellor


SY.No.56/1B,Kodithi Village,

Carmelram Post,

Off Sarjapur Road,

Near Kodithi Silk Farm

Bangalore - 560035

Ph.no - 9686199419/16




pujji 2012-04-20 10:48:05


 Yes. Got almost same details when I called today. Their website contains almost all details.


yogeshatcubic 2013-04-01 13:08:10


Very good school and faculty.. visit the school once... polution free environment... 


RichRem 2016-10-20 21:55:07


Hi Parents,

Looking for similar information/feedback/review on HIS.
I need feedback from parents whose kids are studying in Harvest (HIS). I have a long list of queries as below as well. Pleas try to answer to best possible extent

1) How is the teaching methodology at Harvest (HIS) ? Are the teachers well qualified and learned/experienced enough to teach?

2) I heard they follow NCERT books/syllabus only from 8th standard. Then how about Primary and Middle school sections. How good are the text Books that the School chooses to educate kids in section I-VII

3) I read somewhere that in until 8th standard, there is 60% co-curricular and 40% academic. I feel that is bit lopsided and ideally it must be 75-80% academic and 20-25% co-curricular.

4) How good is the school in building the personality and moral education and attitude. Kids these days in International School think they have reached the moon. We need holistic education approach that will keep them humble, grounded but yet flexible stress free that will help them to develop all round skills and confidence in life.

5) Is there good discipline being embibed in school? I mean if kid does something wrong, I expect teachers to correct them and tell them why they were wrong and why they should not do it. Some harmless punishments or scolding are sometimes good. We don't want a school culture where indiscipline exists and excess freedom is given to kids - no matter what.  Respect to every individual and following the Rules is key to build a responsible Citizen.

6) How is the curriculum before NCERT actually sets in at 8th Std? Hope it is good from a academic perspective in terms of spoken , written English, grammar, composition skills, mathematical and analytical capabilities along with logical reasoning skills. Please clarify

7) How was the fees structure for Primary section in 2016-2017 academic year?

8) Hope we can take French as 3rd language from Class V (provided Hindi is 2nd language) ?

9) How good is the Science Lab facilities? Does the school try to foster or educate Scientific values also in the child along with Maths/English/Sports/Arts?

10) I did read somewhere that the Teacher: Student ratio is 1:20. Please confirm. or is it atleast not more than 1:25 . if so, can that guarantee good individual attention to the kid?

11) In primary and Middle section, is there too much of Montesorri style OR they try to mix/blend traditional Indian teaching along with Montesorri in a way that will benefit the Child and  make them competible with CBSE/ICSE mainstream kids ?



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