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Focus High School - Darushifa, Hyderabad
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Review on Focus High School - Darushifa, Hyderabad for parents

 

Address:


22-8-321, Behind Salar Jung Museum, Darulshifa, Hyderabad, Telangana, 500024

Phone Number:

 040 2440 4060, 720703506035060 

Email:

info@focushighschool.org

Website:

https://www.focushighschool.org 

Facebook Page:

https://www.facebook.com/FocusHighSchool 

Classes offered:

Pre - Primary to Class 10th

Age criteria:

Age range: 3-12  for Pre-primary 1 & 2, Class 1 to 5
Age range: 10-15 for Class 6-10

Syllabus offered:

IB, State Board

Fee Structure(yearly):

Pre-primary to Class 5 - Approx. 80,000 per annum
Classes 6-10 - Approx. 70,000 per annum
5% discount on full payment of annual tution fee.
2.5% discount for on-time payment of annual tution fee in four instalments (on 10 Jun, 10 Sep, 10 Dec, 10 Mar)

Admission Procedure:

Written Exam: Yes
Parents Interview: Interaction with parents
Child Interview: Yes
Documents Required: Birth Certificate, Aadhaar card, TC/RS, photos, prior reports etc

School Timings:

Weekdays - 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Accounts - 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Transportation:

Available

Review Parameters:

a.Fees Charged: Moderately High
b.Co-curricular activities: Good
c.Academics: Excellent
d.Teachers to student's ratio: 1: 30
e.Class Strength: 30 - 35
f.Infrastructure: Good
  • Playground: N/A
  • Classroom Quality: Good
  • Toy Library: N/A
  • Books Library: Available
  • Laboratory: Available
  • Auditorium: Available
g.Events: Independence Day, Republic Day, Festivals, Annual day, Sports Day, Field Trips etc.
h.Communication: Some strategies that the school uses are:
  1. Translation and explanation one-on-one (face to face, by phone, etc.)
  2. Meetings and events in which speakers convey messages in Hindi, Urdu, and English
  3. Administrative staff can converse in Hindi, Urdu, Telugu, and English 
  4. Parent Teacher Student Meetings (including Student Led Conferences, special educational needs review meetings, etc.) in which reports can be explained orally
  5. Asking staff members to translate and mediate when their language skills are required
i.Established:on 17 June 2013

What You’ll like:

  • The  school seeks to widen access to IB programmes in several ways. First, fee structure is such that large numbers of common people can afford the costs.  The School has set their fees after extensive study of the population and fee structure of nearby schools.
  • The School is located in the heart of the city of Hyderabad and is designed as a neighbourhood school to which children can walk instead of traveling for hours.
  • The School cannot offer the expansive grounds that suburban schools have, but have alternative arrangements with nearby municipal playgrounds and cultural institutions.
  • Subjects offered: 1st language Urdu or Hindi, Social studies, Physical Education, 2nd language Telugu, Sciences, Arts, 3rd language, English, Mathematics, ICT[information and communication technology ].
  • The school encourages and recognizes good discipline as much as it discourages and counteracts indiscipline. Thus, the coloured card system records four categories of behaviour: blue, green, yellow, and red. 
    1. Blue card: highly commendable acts in which a student demonstrates leadership in discipline and benefitting others
    2. Green card: commendable acts in which a student shows initiative in exceeding discipline expectations
    3. Yellow card: indiscipline in which a student fails to fulfil expectations or procedures, or there is danger of harm to himself or others
    4. Red card: serious indiscipline in which a student actively harms himself and/or others
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