Billabong High International School Rewa

Billabong High International School Rewa is a co- educational CBSE school established under the aegis of “The Kakwani Foundation” with the aim to offer world class educational opportunities in the city of Rewa. We tied up with Kangaroo Kids Educational Limited (KKEL) for pre-primary and primary education. For the Middle, Secondary and Senior Secondary, the syllabus is as prescribed by the central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). As a franchise school of KKEL, the pre-school is recognized as Kangaroo Kids and the main school as Billabong High International School.

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At Billabong High International School Rewa, we aim to empower all the students with the necessary life skills required to meet the demands of a fast paced highly evolving 21st century. The continuing goal is to create meaningful and rewarding learning experiences that will remain with children for life.

Billabong High schools were created as a journey forward to fire the imagination of children. The continuing goal is to create meaningful and rewarding learning experiences that will remain with the children for life. The aim is to create a purpose of learning to allow children to be thinkers, innovators and problem solvers and to orchestrate experiences that will result in a natural and integrated development of knowledge, skills and thinking. Our curriculum emphasizes hands on learning experiences. This entails the creation and selection of educational material that children can interact with.

The aim is to create a purpose of learning and allow children to be thinkers, innovators and problem solvers and to orchestrate experiences that will result in a natural and integrated development of knowledge skills and thinking. Overall we aim to equip all our students with the necessary 21st Century life skills. The theoretical under pinning’s of the way we help our children learn as opposed to teaching them makes our school different from others.

The word Billabong comes from the Wirradjirri word for “Billabong” the language of the Australian Aboriginal tribe. It means still water lagoon, fed mostly by spring water, which is sacred water. Sacred water comes from the earth, our mother, it is never touched by sunlight, that is why we are surrounded by the sacred water in the womb; it is protected spiritually. Billabongs are also known to provide plenty, as there is always a complete mini eco-system at all Billabongs. In true spirit, every Billabong High is a complete ecosystem catering to the intellectual emotional, social and spiritual development of a child.

Billabong High International School Rewa have been designed keeping in mind the needs of children. The schools have certain special features and facilities that make it attractive and inviting for children to regularly attend school. It also enhances their participation in lessons and significantly improves learning levels.

The colorful and vibrant buildings design of Billabong High International School promotes natural flow of light and air and provides a conducive and joyful learning environment to the children. We have incorporated the BALA (Buildings as Learning Aids) concept of using the school building as a learning aid in itself. The integration of this technique ensures that with multiple exposures to these inbuilt teaching learning aids, children will unconsciously inherit these concepts and remember them in the long run.

BHIS Rewa is a step towards brighter future of your child. So don't miss this rare opportunity!




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Infrastructure & Other Facilities

Spacious centrally air cooled classrooms with a teacher-student ratio of 1:25.
Wi-fi connectivity throughout the campus.
Classrooms equipped with multimedia systems.
A library with a large number of national and international books, journals, magazines and periodicals.
A dance and music room to learn Indian as well as western dance and music.
Buses with GPS to monitor movement and ensure the safety of the students.
Sports Facilities.
CCTV Cameras.
Safety Officer & Safety Task Force.
Science & Computer Lab.
Indoor and Outdoor Playgrounds.