Apeejay School International (IB School) committed to environmental awareness & action 

Apeejay School International (IB School) committed to environmental awareness & action 

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An IB School committed to environmental awareness & action
Apeejay School International (IB School) has seamlessly integrated environmental stewardship into its academic and extracurricular fabric. Embedded in its various IB programmes is a deep commitment to community service, which engage students in service projects, fostering societal contributions.

In a collaborative ventures with CNN under ‘CNN-CALL to EARTH,’ ASI advocates for resolving global issues through diverse and impactful projects. From “Clean Water is Luxury” to ‘Social Good (PRO BONO PUBLICO),’ proactive solutions showcase the commitment through initiatives like the “Call to Earth” focusing on “Living Oceans: Turning the Tides,” documenting the environmental impact of cultural practices on the Yamuna River.

ASI’s initiatives are diverse, ranging from promoting sustainable practices like waste reduction and energy conservation to engaging in community-driven projects such as tree planting, cleanliness drives, and awareness campaigns.

The ASI Ecologist Club, in “Our Shared Home” project, pledges sustainable practices, emphasizing a green Diwali amid rising air pollution. The School’s multiple endeavours underscores its dedication to raising global awareness about the entire environmental ecosystem.

Apeejay School International, offers renowned International Baccalaureate (IB) PYP, MYP and Diploma programmes. The curriculum, designed to keep students ahead of their age groups, is informed by extensive research and powered by technology.  Spread over 6+ acres in the heart of Delhi, it provides world-class learning & sports facilities. The School comes under the aegis of Apeejay Education, with a legacy of more than five decades in quality education, comprising 27 educational institutions, more than 40,000 students, 65,000 alumni and 5000 educators & staff members.