It is indeed a proud moment for India to know that two schools in India have been identified as finalists in the World's Best School Prizes. The Riverside School in Gujarat and the Snehalaya English Medium School in Maharashtra are those distinguished academic institutions. It is substantial to note here that one is an independent international school in Gujarat and the other is a charity school in Maharashtra. This recognition among the worldwide institutions has been revealed in London.
The Riverside School has been acclaimed for its remarkable student-centric approach to education and the Snehalaya school is credited with the transformation of the lives of children with HIV/AIDS. The first one falls in the 'Innovation' category and the second in the 'Overcoming Adversity' Category. The other three categories of Best School Prizes were Community Collaboration, Environmental Action, and Supporting Healthy Lives. This venture aims to acknowledge schools for the pivotal role they play in developing the coming generation of learners for the progress of the community.
Vikas Pota, the Founder of T4 Education and the World's Best School Prizes made special remarks on the leadership, vision, and culture of the finalists. The winners of the five prizes across all categories will be chosen by an expert Judging Academy which will be unveiled in November and a prize of USD 250,000 will be shared among the winners, each receiving an award of USD 50,000.