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A Brief Summary of Who We Are

Understand our ideals and history

Overview

We have a rigorous program that challenges students to employ higher-level thinking skills such as evaluating, creating, and analyzing. At Metro Delhi International School (MDIS) we operate an American educational program that is based on the Common Core State Standards.
We are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), an accrediting body functioning out of America. A high school diploma from MDIS acts as your child’s path to enrolling in international universities and colleges. A graduate diploma from MDIS is recognised by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to a +2 stage qualification of an Indian Board (CBSE or ICSE).

100+

Students Graduated

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Teachers

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Teacher Nationalities Represented

Our Values
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Our Values

We believe in a value-based education that provides national and foreign students with the information, character, and skills that are necessary to pursue a tertiary education  their full potential.

We believe in running an educational programme that is open to kids of all races, colors, and creeds. Our courses are designed to prepare students for life in modern human society.

MDIS envisions students and graduates as servant-leaders who will consciously and constructively impact the world.

Expected Learnings

MDIS Non-Discriminatory Policy

MDIS is committed to ensuring that diversity in every aspect is respected. Our educational programme is open to students irrespective of race, religion, gender, class, and cultural background.

Expected School-Wide Learning Results

Along with academic rigour and extracurricular activities, MDIS places much emphasis on building up the character of each student. This is done through the Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLRs), the heart of our educational philosophy.

The ESLRs are 8 crucial traits we aim at developing through every subject, every activity, every interaction. Together, they form the acronym CHLORIDE–the element essential to our body’s health and to the chemical make-up of the ingredient that elevates the taste of food. Like salt, the ESLRs give flavour to all that MDIS strives to achieve.

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Confident

In God, in others and in themselves and in how to communicate their faith, beliefs & knowledge.

Holistic

Broad-based in order to be spiritually, intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially healthy.

Leaders

Active participation as team players and servant-leaders.

Original

Creative and critical thinkers who learn to provide ideas and solutions to problems.

Respect

Compassionate, honest, responsible and respectful of individuals, groups and the environment.

Inquirers

Life-long learners continuously developing their curiosity, individual talents, and passion for truth.

Diligent

Industrious, exemplary and working to meet high expectations and achieve their potential.

Equipped

Acquiring the knowledge and skills to make a difference both locally and globally.

Or History

Our History

2000

The founders of East West Educational Foundation, Paul and Pat Gillette had a vision to set up educational institutions as their primary vision across PAN India.

To achieve their vision they set up a legal entity by registering its founding charter (Memorandum and Articles of Association) under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 on 18th January 2000.

The first unit to begin its operation under the aegis of EWEF was East West Language Institute (EWLI) under its first Director, Stephen Arnold.

2002

Metro Delhi International School (MDIS) started in August 2002 to provide an international Biblical based education.

Metro Delhi International School was set up under the leadership of its founding Principal, Mrs. Paula Mowry.

2003

Foreign Language Institute started in the year 2003 and included an ESL Program and Hindustani Publishing under its first Director, Don Rempel.
Hindustani Publishing was later rebranded as East-West Publishing.

2016

In August 2016 EWEF took over ownership of Ebenezer Community School (ECS) EWEF had been supporting ECS for 10 years before it took over the ownership.

2023

East West Educational Foundation (EWEF) and New Delhi Young Men's Christian Association (ND YMCA) entered into an undertaking to run, manage and operate Metro Delhi International School (MDIS) at YMCA Greater Noida Programme Centre

Meet our Faculty

Meet our Faculty

We are proud to have a highly trained group of faculty and administrators from around the globe who ensure that students at Metro Delhi International School are well taken care of.

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Principal and
Head of Elementary

Deepti Kamaal

Deepti Kamaal is from India and graduated from Woodstock School, India. She has a B.A (H) in English and is TESOL trained. Deepti has completed her Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Roehampton, London, UK and received a distinction on her thesis- The Impact of social-emotional competencies on behaviour and academics (in Third Culture Kids). She started working at MDIS in 2008 and has been with MDIS for more than a decade as the Head of Elementary school. Deepti lives in Greater Noida with her husband and two children.

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Sharon Thomson

Head of Middle and High School & High School Teacher

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Elisha Patel

Professional Development Leader & High School Teacher

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Anna Hegdahl Singh

Head of Department for English & High School Teacher

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Jose Morales

Head of Department for World Languages & Middle and High School Teacher

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Kay Zosangzuali

Elementary School Teacher

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Vanshika Gupta

Middle and High School ESL & Hindi Teacher

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Jasmine Lall

Elementary School
Teacher

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Arpan David

Middle and High School Teacher

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Dr. Holger Mahlke

High School Teacher

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Kuldeep Banswal

Physical Education Teacher

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Marta Kuligowska

Child Protection Officer  & Elementary School Teacher

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Mary Khawlhring

Elementary School Teacher

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Trisha Das

Middle School Dean & Teacher

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Grace Jennie

Staff Care Assistant, ESL Support & ES Drama Teacher

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Shikha Kallath

High School Teacher

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Esha Abrol

Middle and High School  Teacher

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Elizabeth Jackson

Head of Department for Social Studies & Middle and High School Teacher

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Faith Boyle

Head of Department for Science & Middle and High School Teacher

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Melina Barrionuevo

Spanish & Middle School Teacher

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Josue Silva

Head of Sports for ES and MHS

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Venus Carrillo

Head of ESL & Elementary Teacher

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Alaina Rast

Elementary School Teacher & ES SEN

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Thotmung Muivah

High School Dean (Boys) & Music Teacher

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Sarah Sigler

Elementary School Teacher

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Marisol Morales

Head of Staff Development and Care & ES Teacher

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Solomon Papa Kojo Aidoo

Middle and High School Teacher

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Adrian van der Merwe

Elementary School Teacher

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Twinkle Patankar

Middle and High School Teacher

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Christena Joyce Singh

Counsellor & SEN Teacher

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