THE ARDEE SCHOOL, New Friends Colony established in 2017, is a secular, child centric co-educational day-boarding school. It follows the International Cambridge Curriculum and plans to offer the Diploma Program of International Baccalaureate. The pre primary school follows the International Montessori Program,followed by Cambridge curriculum across grades 1 to 10 and culminating in IGCSE examinations.The school offers two pathways in senior school- Cambridge A Levels and IB Diploma Program. The school weaves the best practices and methodologies of various curricula to create an indigenous curriculum which allows analytical and critical thinking vs rote learning.

The school is a multi-cultural community with four more branches in Delhi, Gurugram, Noida and Goa.

philosophy & vision

Our philosophy ‘Be the change’ is drawn from Mahatma Gandhi’s famous words -
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”

we believe that...

  • each child is a natural learner.
  • knowledge is an outcome of the child’s own activity.
  • the role of the school is to provide an environment of learning.
  • the child constructs his own knowledge from the environment.
  • every child should be treated with respect and should be allowed to work at his/ her own pace.
  • the inherent potential of every child needs to be nurtured.
  • every child has a right to learn in a safe environment free of prejudice
  • every child has a responsibility to contribute to there being peace and harmony in the world.
  • every child has a responsibility to protect and preserve the environment of our planet.

We are committed to...

  • Providing an environment for exploration that goes beyond the confines of the conventional classrooms.
  • Inculcating in each child the spirit to celebrate success and learn from failure.
  • Creating avenues for every child to consider the world as the classroom ,get enriched in experiences and appreciate diversity.
  • Creating an environment where the child can connect concepts with experience and intuition.
  • Empowering each child to make independent decisions.
  • Developing each child into an independent learner who is ethically and environmentally aware.
  • Encouraging each child to be upright and dare to be the change.