Welcome to Advaith International Academy


Q: What is the enrolment process

A: Parents may fill out an enrolment form after touring the school and meeting with an administrator, who will answer questions and discuss availability of openings.

Q: Which board is Advaith accredited to?

A: Advaith is fully licensed by the State Government to run the school and is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi whose affiliation number is 1930740.

Q: What are the grades offered at Advaith?

A: Advaith offers from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade XII.

Q: What are the streams offered in Grades XI & XII?

A: There are over 20 subjects that can be chosen under the following;

  • Science
  • Computer Science
  • Commerce
  • Humanities

Q: Do you have an after school program?

A: Yes, there are several programmes offered after classes.

Q: Is Advaith a diverse community?

A: Yes. Advaith values and celebrate diversity, inclusiveness and benefit from a culturally diverse student and family community across the country. In addition to our own curriculum, where we teach about many countries, we invite our families to share their unique customs and heritages with their child’s classroom community, fostering an appreciation for traditions spanning India.

Q: What’s the current student strength of Advaith?

A: There are 1364 students currently as on August 30, 2020.

Q: What security measures does Advaith take in the school?

A:The prime focus of our campus security is complete perimeter sanitisation. Strict control on entry is a key to safety and the school ensures that parents, vehicles, vendors and service providers – use separate manned gates. Round-the-Clock security of the campus is ensured through strategically located CCTV cameras monitored continuously by our security personnel. There are CCTV cameras in the class to ensure there are no untoward incidents.

Q: Does Advaith have transport facility?

A: The Transport facility caters to over 260 stops in and outskirts of Hosur. Currently the buses are equipped with a Vehicle Tracking System (VTS) and on board cameras. This allows us to monitor speed, location and geo-fencing of the route. This effectively ensures the safety and security of students on board. Parents/Guardians are expected to carry the Parent’s Card at all times during the pick-up and drop at any given point.

Q: How are the performances of Grades 10 and 12?

A: The School has been securing a 100 % pass result with no compartments or failures ever since the first batch. With each year passing by, the number of students scoring 90% and 95% plus are surging.

Q: Are students allowed to participate in inter-school and national competitions?

A: One of the main objectives of Advaith is to give our students highest exposure and experience. In 2019 – 2020, over 550 Advaithians participated in inter-school competitions. We finished Second Position in the National CBSE Volleyball Championship.

Q: How do I submit my application?

A:Please click this link to submit.


A: Advaith students are unique. Each child brings a sense of whimsy and rigor to work and play, and their individuality is encouraged here. Based on blended teaching, we let our children lead, Advaith students are instilled with a sense of independence early on, which fosters a sense of confidence, and inquisitiveness. Most importantly, we ensure they are happier mentally, emotionally, spiritually and socially.


A: Taking the teachings of Maria Montessori, we’ve created a child-centered program for our youngest students, where curiosity blooms. Children interact with beautiful Montessori materials to refine their tactile understanding of the world around them, all while engaging in a traditional pre-school environment with time for art, reading, social studies, science, discovery, music, and play. The Montessori principles of independent and group work where students are the drivers of their success, permeates our elementary program, from Kindergarten through second grade. While students are not in Montessori classrooms at this age, nor are they engaging with the same Montessori materials they once did in Early Childhood, the Montessori thread is woven throughout, fostering the development of confident, driven, collaborative, and creative children.


A: There are three Parents-Teachers meetings annually. In addition, in-depth report cards are discussed, which detail each child’s progress based on a number of competencies, skills, characteristics, and practices during these meetings. Teachers are also frequently in touch with families via phone calls, and parents are welcome to request appointments to discuss a child’s progress as necessary.


A: The Advaith School is one of the only schools in Hosur that spans the length of childhood. While embracing the individual and allowing the child to lead and discover, students at Advaith are also given opportunities to assume authentic leadership roles and develop an age-appropriate sophistication that is not commonly found in K-12 environments. We are a warm, down-to-earth, respectful community. Status isn’t important to us here. We value children as leaders and view parents as partners throughout this momentous and endearing journey toward adolescence.


A:Time and again, we are told by ongoing schools how confident, collaborative, and poised our alumni are. It is not unusual to hear former students rattling off about coding, foreign policy, basketball stats, or the latest exhibit. Our students go off into the world having built life-long friendships in our courtyard and hallways, armed with the everlasting inquisitiveness and curiosity that is characteristic to an inclusive and holistic education. Our relationship with alumni continues to grow year-on-year!