Metro Delhi International School
Metro Delhi International School, Greater Noida, accredited by the Western Association of Schools and colleges (WASC), provides an American educational program based on the Common Core State Standards. The MDIS High School Diploma is recognised by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to a +2 stage qualification of Indian Boards like CBSE and ICSE. We pride ourselves in creating a unique educational experience designed to enhance intellectual growth and promote participatory engagement. At MDIS, we believe in providing an environment that is culturally diverse and promotes flourishing in all spheres of life.
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Our vision is to transform students into leaders who shape the future of the world. We believe that by providing a culturally diverse and accepting environment along with an academically rigourous program, students flourish and reach for their full potential.
At MDIS, we believe in providing a value-based education. Our mission is to equip national and international students with the skill and zeal they need to live up to their full potential.
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Metro Delhi International School has grown from a handful of students and educators in 2002 to the thriving educational centre it is today because of its excellent faculty and administrators. United in our passion for education and love for students, our team works towards taking care of the minutest details of each student as well as the big picture goals of a world-class school.
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Conducted by the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo, Canada, the Euclid Contest tests students in higher level Mathematics. Students applying to the University of Waterloo are eligible for special scholarships if they achieve a Distinction. It is usually held in April. Registration ends in March.
The Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT) is conducted by the College Board as preparation for the SATs. Students generally take the PSAT in grade 10 or 11.
Advanced Placement (AP) exams are organised by the College Board, USA and the AP qualification is respected around the world. These standardised exams are held every May. They test the student’s knowledge of college preparatory Advanced Placement courses. Early registration deadlines are in November. Late registration deadlines are in March.
Conducted by the College Board, USA, the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is conducted in August, October, December, March, May and June. This standardised test is accepted by universities around the world as evidence of college readiness. Students generally take the SATs in grade 11 or 12.
Vivek, Father of Three
“I can say that my kids have flourished at MDIS since we came back to India.”
Ms. Lee, Mother of a Middle School Student
“MDIS was a blessing for my sons because they had a chance to grow not just academically, but as a whole being.”