Can you please share their fee structure and if they plan to move to a different location ? Any points that you found different from other schools will also help.
Any one who got their kids into Waldens path ? Need some feedback based on your observations for 1 or 2 years. Want to understand the kind of changes you have seen in your kids after going to this school.
My friends son is in Waldens Path for the past 2 years. My another friend teaches there. I wanted to admit my 8 year old child and visitied them twice. I was following Jiddu Krishnamurti schools for some time, but wasn't aware of Walden's path earlier. I know about Vidyaranya, but its too far for me to commute daily (they do not have transport). School founders have great understanding of education, but they are keen in taking 3-7 years old children only. I was told that they have very different approach to understanding as how children learn and they design learning accordingly and think its best if a child joins them young.
My friends son was close to 4 yrs when he joined and I really find him growing very confidently. I believe they focus a lot on traditional aspects, though they never mentioned about them during my visit nor I have see it on their website. It sounds like a old time gurukula school. Children are barefoot in school, they teach kalari and yoga, meditation, recite slokas before lunch and greet each other the indian way. I have noticed that children are very pleasant and happy. I think they have 40 children altogether.
I would definetly recommed if your child is under 7 years and you value tradional aspects. But I believe its very difficult to get an admission. Not sure what they look for in a child or parents, but they are very choosy. I wish they are open to children upto 10 years like all other Jiddu Krishnamurti schools.
Best wishes to your child.
As per their website, they moved to road no 46 in jubilee hills. The fee is 175k