About RJ International School
RJ International School (RJIS), running under the Trust – Khadkeshwar Education Society – is located in the heart of Aurangabad city and is one of the most sought after ICSE schools in the region.
The school campus is spread across an area of 60,000 sq.ft., having majestic school building. Its simple yet elegant and beautifully conceived design captures the surrounding environment perfectly. A good part of the school campus has been left open for students to play and indulge in cultural activities. Sunny, Spacious and digital school classrooms provide ample of breathing space for the students. Its world class educational facilities provide an ideal option for students desiring quality education.
RJ International School is affiliated to the ICSE. At RJIS, learning and education is a fun. Our school is a “Home away from home” in a completely different paradigm – a home, which encompasses within itself the convergence of the divergent cultures, languages, upbringings and sanskars. RJ International School is the only school in the region to teach Sanskrit, the mother of all Indian languages, from Grade-I. The school also has provided facility of Japanese language learning to its students.
With adoption of “Chrysalis Thinkroom” concept, in this melting pot, children learn to develop holistic skills which mould them into a class of ideal global responsible citizens and prepare them to contribute pro-actively to this Universe where children, as individual human beings, are encouraged to go out and think independently, diversify their thoughts and translate them into positive actions and goals.
We, at RJIS, put emphasis on providing an all round development and sound moral values. Fostering character-building, nurturing the inquisitive spirit of children, encouraging scientific temperature and strengthening social bonds, are our constant endeavours. Surging ahead with a spirit of a healthy competition, building a successful career teamed with a contented life, is the gift we give to all our students.