Pathways World School, Gurgaon

Project Description

One of the first schools in India to make laptops available to all students and utilize wireless internet access, Pathways World School is a true believer in “anytime, anywhere learning. In order to avoid the institutional character that is often associated with large schools, the academic buildings at Pathways were kept small-scale and broken up into small learning communities allowing students a sense of belonging and identity as each becomes part of a smaller peer group within the larger school. Pathways was also designed with many places for quiet reflection, as well as with places that facilitate social interaction, such as the communal spaces where the students live. Featuring a multipurpose lakeside amphitheater, usable green areas and shaded walkways, along with old Indian sculptures and other artifacts representative of the country’s rich history. Pathways is truly a special school and stands out as a joyous place to learn.

Project Location

Aravali Hills, Gurgaon

Student Strength

1150

Site Area

33 acres

Total Constructed Area

325,000 sq ft

Curriculum

IB & Cambridge

Completion Date

2003