So this is the School Where All these Starkids Go to

  • January 10, 2018
  • 9:33 pm
  • shubham tiwari

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Dhirubhai Ambani School is one of a well-known school in Mumbai. Nita Ambani started this school in 2003. The seven-floor school in BKC Complex in Bandra East has all the facilities. Education from LKG to the Tenth level is given at this place.

Dhirubhai Ambani International School is a K-12 school established in 2003, housed in a seven-storey building with state-of-the- art laboratories. Nita Ambani, wife of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, is the chairperson of the school.The school gives attention to each child. Its students have won scholarships from Stanford, Princeton and Yale, among other international universities.

The school has many celebrity kids studying in there and it is said to be the main reason for its high status and high fees. Shahrukh’s son Abram, Aamir Khan’s son Azad, Ash-Abhishek’s daughter Aradhya, Hrithik – Suzane’s both son are currently studying in the Dhirubhai Ambani school. Apart from this, there are many other stars, whose children are studying in this school.

Aryan khan, a student of Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Mumbai is now enrolled in Sevenoaks School in London. It is reported that Shahrukh’s daughter Suhana also may be sent there. Sevenoaks School is one of the most prestigious schools in the city.

The School is offering education which is given by teachers from abroad as well who are qualified in a genorous way. Not only celebrities but also children of many industrialist are also getting education here! so lets just have a glimpse on the fees here.

The fee is as mentioned below (per year)

– LKG to 7th: 1 Lakh 70 Thousand INR.

– 8th to 10th (ICSE board): 1 Lakh 85 Thousand INR.

– 8th to 10th (IGCSE Board): 4 Lakh 48 Thousand INR.

The school ranks among the top five schools in Mumbai. Looking at the fees, it seems that the school is only for the children of rich and children of common people can not afford to study here.

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