Why Choose Eton International School

TRADITIONAL ETON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

  • • Education for the next school level

  • • Education for 21st Century

  • • Teacher- centered (teacher’s standard)

  • • Student- centered (personalized)

  • • High teacher- student ratio (1:40)

  • • Low teacher- student ratio (1:13)

  • • External Discipline

  • • Positive expectation and discipline with dignity

  • • Local and Isolated Curriculum

  • • International Integrated Curriculum

  • • Product-oriented

  • • Process-oriented

  • • Learning of skills by drills

  • • Learning of skills through 21 learning styles

  • • Focuses on memorization of concepts

  • • Focuses on critical thinking and problem solving

  • • Blackboard and chalk approach

  • • Research based approach using technology

  • • June Enrollment

  • • Whole year round enrollment

  • • Quantitative Assessment

  • • Developmental Assessment- Mastery Based

  • • Locally trained teachers with limited training opportunities

  • • Highly qualified teachers with international trainings

  • • Teacher’s education is earned locally

  • • Mentors are educated in prestigious international schools- Harvard University, St. John University NYC and Bank Street NYC. Trained and certified in USA and Singapore.

  • • Average student achievement level

  • • High student achievement ( NAT Topnotchers)

  • • Basic Learning

  • • Accelerated Learning- Students get accepted in Asia, U.K., USA on a higher level

  • • Local testing and educational measurement

  • • Topped the 2008, 2009 and 2010 IBT (International Benchmark Test) 99% score in Science, 99% in Math, 99% in English

  • • One size fits all curriculum

  • • Individualized curriculum

  • • Students have limited exposure to global challenges

  • • Students are exposed to real- life situations through immersion

  • • Local field trips

  • • Local and International educational trips

  • • Basic Facilities

  • • Complete amenities with Smart Board Technology, Touch Screen Computers and iPad

  • • Student’s confidence is developed during early adulthood

  • • Student’s confidence is developed during early childhood