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Trivandrum International School

 

Trivandrum International School

Trivandrum International School
"Learning is for life"
Location
Edackode PO
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, 695104
India
Information
Funding type Private
Language English
Houses Agni,Prithvi,Vayu,Jalam
Website

Kerala’s first international school.

TRINS was the first school in Kerala to offer the IGCSE & A Level qualification of Cambridge International Examinations. It also offers ICSE & ISC.

TRINS continues to be the first and only IB World School in the state. IB Diploma Programme is considered, by many, as the gold goal standard for school education.

A co-educational school with a lively blend of boarders, weekday boarders and day scholars, the School boasts of

tastefully designed buildings which include spacious class rooms. separate hostel buildings for boys and girls a swimming pool of international standard Creatively designed offerings in Fine Arts. catering by inhouse team under the guidance of Dieticians. The physical facilities of the School have been conceptualised and executed by an architectural firm which designed India’s first Technology Park. Trivandrum International School (TRINS) is a co-educational international school situated in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. The school offers the International General Certificate of Secondary Education and is accredited by the Cambridge International Examinations and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.

The school opened in 2003[1] with Mr Hillebrand as headmaster.

TRINS has four houses, each representing an element: Agni (fire), Jalam (water), Prithvi (earth), and Vayu (air). The school holds sporting events like Sports Day and the annual athletic meet.

There is also an annex for pre-kindergarten children located in Belhaven Gardens.

References

  1. ^ Trivandrum International School opens doors, The Hindu Business Line, August 4, 2003, Accessed August 15, 2013.

External links

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