Kennedy High The Global School - Hyderabad

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My son Jeyesh Nataru studied in Kennedy High The Global School from PP-II to 3rd class initially and when we were back from USA, we wanted him to join back in one of the best schools in Hyderabad. Kennedy School happened to be our first and preferred choice. He then rejoined the school in 9th class and completed his 10th recently. I wanted to take a moment and share the journey and our experience with the Kennedy High The Global School here.

I am delighted to express my heartfelt appreciation for my son's school, Kennedy High The Global School, which has consistently excelled in all aspects of education and development. It is with immense gratitude that I commend the school for its outstanding commitment to nurturing young minds and providing an exceptional learning environment.

Academic Excellence:
First and foremost, I am impressed by the school's unwavering dedication to academic excellence. The dedicated and highly qualified teaching staff at Kennedy High The Global School have consistently delivered top-notch education, fostering a love for learning in my son. The curriculum is not only rigorous but also well-rounded, ensuring that students receive a holistic education that prepares them for the challenges of the future.

Holistic Development:
Kennedy High The Global School goes above and beyond in promoting the holistic development of its students. The school understands that education extends beyond textbooks, and it offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, arts, and community service opportunities. These activities have helped my son discover his passions and talents while instilling essential life skills such as teamwork, leadership, and compassion.

Safe and Inclusive Environment:
Safety and inclusivity are paramount at Kennedy High The Global School. The school's commitment to providing a safe and welcoming environment has put my mind at ease as a parent. My son has thrived in an atmosphere where diversity is celebrated, and respect for all individuals is emphasized. This inclusive culture has not only enriched his education but also contributed to his personal growth.

Supportive Community:
The sense of community at Kennedy High The Global School is truly remarkable. I have witnessed the strong bonds formed among students, parents, teachers, and staff. The school's open communication channels and regular updates ensure that parents are well-informed and involved in their children's education. This collaborative approach has made me feel like an integral part of my son's educational journey.

Innovative Resources:
Kennedy High The Global School constantly embraces innovation in education. From state-of-the-art facilities to cutting-edge technology integration, the school ensures that students have access to the best resources to support their learning. This commitment to staying at the forefront of educational advancements is truly commendable.

Responsive Administration:
I appreciate the school's responsive administration, which is always open to feedback and improvement. They are approachable, attentive, and willing to address any concerns promptly. Their dedication to continuous improvement is evident in the positive changes I've seen during my son's time at the school.

In conclusion, Kennedy High The Global School has exceeded my expectations in every aspect of my son's education. The school's unwavering commitment to academic excellence, holistic development, safety, inclusivity, and community involvement has provided my son with a solid foundation for his future. I am profoundly grateful to the entire Kennedy High The Global School community for their tireless efforts in shaping young minds and fostering a love for learning. Thank you for being an exceptional educational institution that truly cares about its students' success and well-being.


My daughter studied in Kennedy from Prep-I till IGCSE-II (Xth grade) in Kennedy. I had to move her out of school in this academic year due to some personal reasons. In my 12 years of experience with the school, I am very happy with the overall academic atmosphere and administrative support of the school. When we were looking for an school for our daughter in 2009/10, our aim was to find one that balances studies and physical/mental up-bring of the child. Certainly, we did not want her to study in an school that gives training to crack entrance examinations from younger age itself. So we chose Kennedy High the Global School, which offered a curriculum that we were looking for. One good thing about the school is that the communication between parents and the school is clear, prompt and timely. There were no last minute messages/instructions from the school. Most of the genuine requests/concerns from parents/students are addressed promptly. School premises is always kept neat and clean. As far as academic part is concerned, the teachers are very supportive and experienced. They guide the children through the assessment processes. Of-course the school is a bit strict in terms of academic and administrative part, which I believe is necessary. One good experience I have with the school is that the management and teachers never give any false promises or do things just to satisfy the immediate needs of parents or students. The actions are always well thought about, which is in a way a reflection of the experience of the management, especially the Chairman and the Principal. It is also worth mentioning that in my experience, the school was never run to make profit. I presume that this is one of the founding principles of the school as the Chairman reiterates it year-after-year in his annual day speeches.

The classrooms are good and well ventilated. Infrastructure is good and well maintained. The school provides opportunities to participate in various sports/games and club activities to build a reasonable portfolio. School also gives the students opportunities to enhance their leadership capabilities by getting elected to the school cabinet. Given the depth and breadth of the learning involved with the IGCSE curriculum, exclusion of a few more activities such as service to society, internship programs etc. may be justified; but inclusion of such activities could have helped the students to better their portfolio. Nevertheless, my experience with Kennedy High the Global School has been great.


To our surprise, we came to know kids from class 6th grade are not allowed to use the elevator. Kids are forced to use stairs for 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor with bag of books that vary from 5k to 10kg. When we checked at the school reception, we were told unless there is a health condition, prior permission from principal,kids from 6th grade are not allowed to use the elevator. We were never told about this during admission. Unable to undrestand why, a basic facility is there for show off and not usable by students. This is a kind of discrimination and innocent kids are taking the burden.


I recently joined my kids into this school in 8th and 9th standard. Though I am unable comment about school coaching excellence, I can comment about other areas. 1. Books price is way high. 9000/- per kid is too much. In Bangalore for same 8th standard and same cbse the books were less than 3500/- only. Infact you will have option to opt out certain stationary items. 2. On the first day of school reopen I have called almost 25 times between 9 and 9:30 a.m. I tried all the given numbers in their portal. But no one answered. Same day I went to school and enquired about this. The answer was, 'on the first day 9f the school we get too many calls and we are too busy in other things. So we don't pick up the phone'. Of course school will get many calls on first day. New admission will call to know few things. It is your responsibility to cut the discussion in short. 3. While taking the admission exam they mentioned fee is for example 100000 rs and it has to be paid in two terms. But while paying the first term fee we were told that the second term fee might vary. Why is this cheating? 4. Transport is good and transport manager and staff are good Regarding education, i will post my comments later.


This school does show off but it is worst inside. The classrooms are not maintained for several years . The benches are so old very uncomfortable to sit and the blackboards are  not in condition to write . There is no smart board like all schools have now . They provide very small lockers, that too they have to share with two or three students. They have no proper place to hang their bags so they are scattered  on the floor.The teachers just consentrate on the I-section students and not on the other sections. The bathrooms are very dirty and unhygienic and there are no doors for bathrooms instead they use curtains which keeps flying. Could you ever imagine that? Teachers are also very rude and when students make noise they switch off fans so that students feel hot .Teachers make students to sit on the floor if they are not able to see. Here teachers don't have a special chair to sit instead they have and uncomfortable one just like the students .The schedule is also not distributed throughout the year. At the end of the year they put pressure on the students to study more. The syllabus is also not complete. I hope this comment is helpful for you.


Following are my observations1) Teachers are not able to bring up the students skills. Instead they ask parents to do that. After paying lakhs of rupees, getting suggestions from teachers like "Parents should help their kids to understand the subjects". Then why we need to send the kids to school?? This indicates how irresponsible they are and they don't have interest in how best they can teach/deliver the course so that students can understand 2) Teachers are not upto the mark. For CIPP, teachers are not teaching properly. They should be well trained and should know teaching skills. I only thought Multiplication and Division to my kid. Studying 5th class, kids do not know properly multiplication and division.    3) School Management will tell you like, you can choose any two activities under sports. We have choosen Swimming and Scating 4 years ago for my kid. But my kid doesn't know how to swim even now. 4) They themselves decided some workshops like "Handwriting workshop" (for two days and the instructor came from Gujarat...see how silly it is ...)and they charge for that workshop Rs 300/- eventhough that is a small amount per student. If 500 students participate in that workshop 500 * 300 = 150000(considerable amount). Teachers are forcing the students to participate in Handwriting workshop. Eventhough, the students who are good in writing, they(teachers) are informing the students like "you are not up to the mark in handwriting". And the worst thing is Management is supporting that. Management is not spending 5 to 10 minutes of time to think about the workshops conducting and How much it is helpful to students. Instead, Management sending notices to Parents send Rs 300/- to participate in the workshop(LITERALLY THEY SENT NOTICES TO PARENTS THREE TIMES) though we told them as we are not interested and got the phone calls from school(class teachers) asking for workshop. How immature they are in that matter ...Management should not force the parents to do that. I know that lot of parents without interest paid the amount. It could be better conducting science fair/exhibition instead of Handwriting workshop. I never see any kind of science fair or exhibition in this school.5) Fee structure is not justifying the quality of the course/content they deliver.Every year they will increase school fee 10% (this is the minimum they will increase, it may go beyond 15%)And the school fee structure is as follows for 1st classTuition Fee -- 80000Transportation fees -- 25000( for 10 Kms)Admission fee -- 75000 ( which is not refundable)Uniform & sports dress --  3000Books & field trips -- 10000Caution Deposit --  5000Total ==> 118000 (excluding admission fee and caution deposit) 
If your kid reaches 10th class, you need to pay just Tuition fee as  Rs 200000 (2 lakhs... 10 to 15k difference might be there) apart from other fees. you might end up paying 250000 if you include all other fees. This is just rough estimation. It may go beyond that.


From past 2 years my Son is studying in this school. There's not much complaints on this school. But only negative part is the home works.. They are giving the activities as home work to the students for grade 2 and 3 where the students can do that activities. 
Those are the activities where parents need to do. So the homework is for the parents ?
Playground, discipline, teachers response so for its good. Transport facility is superb.


No doubt the infrastructure is good, but as far as education is concerned the school has to take some measures to have good and trained teachers especially for CIPP sylabus.




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