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School Profile:
Founded 1901
490 students, age 4-18
International curriculum, e.g. myp, IB diploma
130 staff

PO Box 25, Kodaikanal, 624101 TN, India
tel: 91 4542 247 360 (direct line) email: kiscoassistant@kis.in web: www.kis.in

Kodaikanal International School (KIS) is an independent coeducational boarding K-12 school located at 7000 feet in the peaceful Palani Hills of South India. KIS combines an ambitious
academic program and a rich range of extracurricular activities within a Christian values framework that draws on a variety of cultures and prepares students for global citizenship.
Set in a region known for its rugged beauty and cool temperate climate, KIS offers International Baccalaureate and American curricula to 500 students in Pre-school through Grades K-12,
coordinated in Elementary, Middle and High School programs. Full boarding students are accepted from Grades 4 -12. KIS has run a strong outdoor and environmental education program
since 1987 and a nearby wilderness campus since 1994.
KIS graduates consistently achieve higher results than world mean scores in IB and SAT exams. 100% of KIS students who apply, gain entry to colleges and universities worldwide. Notably the KIS High School Diploma is accredited by the US Middle States Association of Colleges & Schools (Philadelphia). Since 1981 this has been recognized by the Association of Indian Universities, Delhi and allows KIS students to enter Indian universities directly.
In 2001 Kodaikanal International School (KIS) celebrated 100
years of service in Christian international education.
Established in 1901 as an American boarding school for the
children of missionaries in South India
In 1976 KIS became the first IB school in India when it adopted the International Baccalaureate Diploma
program and has recently obtained authorization to implement the Middle Years Program in Grades 6-10
Students and staff from more than 30 nations share in a multicultural residential experience intentionally set within a community life devoted to service in India and the rest of the world.
Today KIS is recognized as one of India s most prestigious academic independent schools
KIS is a Christian international boarding school with an academically challenging college-oriented curriculum
intentionally set in a communal life based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, devoted to service in India and the whole human community.


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Last modified June 24, 2008