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Registration Open from 5th August to 23rd August 2019 for session 2020-2021 for Classes Pre Nursery to IX and XI, Cambridge Lower Secondary Grade VI, Cambridge IGSCE-Grade IX

About Campus

Walking through The Shriram Millennium School Campus is an experience in itself. It truly is! Come and see how we create Future Leaders with our state-of-the-art Campus.

The Shriram Millennium School campus is situated far from the madding crowd, at Noida off the Greater Noida Expressway, snugly ensconced in the heart of Sector 135, which is the next best destination of NCR, cocooned in the lush greenery and fast developing areas of this futuristic place.

The recently constructed signal free flyovers and the bypass roads have brought the campus a lot closer to Delhi. The school building is an unique example of the state of the art with its lush green playground exuding a kind of warmth that you can generally feel only in the reveries of your own childhood. The space in and around the school is designed creatively to foster learning not only through academics but through a variety of activities as well. The reception area as you enter is welcoming and bright, filled with colourful art and craft work of the children and you immediately get a sense of the role creativity and imagination plays in these schools. Fascinating displays of work done in the class and exhibitions of the children’s original, innovative ideas are a regular feature.

The warm and cheerful air that greets you at the door stays with you throughout your tour of the school campus. The environment is at once stimulating and nurturing – where latent talents are nurtured and allowed to blossom while young, curious minds are stimulated to question, be curious, think differently and voice their original views with confidence. The stimulating environment goes a long way in giving the children love for education, direction to their inquisitive minds, sense of complete security and an attitude full of empathy, sensibility and sensitivity. The precious playtime in the sandpit area or the Jimmy Jolly Tyre park is testimony to the fact that a wide range of life skills and abilities even beyond the classroom has its rightful place in the curriculum.