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5 most expensive schools in India

Doon School, Dehradun

Doon School, Dehradun

Fees: Rs 9-10 lakh

With annual fee going beyond Rs 9,70,000. A refundable security deposit of Rs. 3,50,000 is also required at the time of admission. The school also charges a one-time admission fee of Rs 3,50,000.

 

Scindia School, Gwalior

Scindia School, Gwalior

Fees: Rs 7-8 lakh

Situated in beautiful Gwalior Fort, the Scindia School is an all-boys boarding school which was established in 1897. The school has Mukesh Ambani, Salman Khan and Anurag Kashyap among its prominent alumni.

 

Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai

Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai

Fees: Rs 11 lakh

The school claims to be first International School in Mumbai. It offers various programmes such as IB Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme and the Diploma Programme.

Studying in class 12 in Ecole Mondiale can cost you a whopping Rs 10,90,000

 

Woodstock School, Mussoorie

Woodstock School, Mussoorie

Fees: Rs 8-9 lakh

Woodstock is a co-ed school, situated in the queen of hills, Mussoorie in Uttarakhand. The annual fee for class 12 is Rs 15,90,000 with an establishment fee of Rs 4,00,000 is also applicable. It is to be noted that the establishment fee would not be refundable.

 

Mercedes Benz International School, Pune

 

Mercedes Benz International School, Pune

Fees: up to Rs 16 lakh

The school is situated in Hinjawadi, a suburb of Pune. The school offers International Baccalaureate program, which has three parts: the students from kindergarten to 5th grade are in the PYP section, the students from 6th to 10th grade are in the MYP section and the students in the 11th and 12th grade are in the DP section of this program.

This school claims to have the low student-teacher ratio.

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