In our school the doors are always open for you and your children. And getting to know the parents who share our vision and our values is one of the processes that most excites us.
For your children to enter school you just have to complete four very simple steps
Application submission and contact information:
Please fill up the application form with your contact information and indicate the grade you wish to submit the application for.
We invite you and your parents/guardians to explain our education project, show you our facilities and solve any queries(doubts) you might have.
We will apply some tests and do some interviews with you and your parents/guardians so that we can get to know each other better.
Final welcome and incorporation to the school:
Once all prerequisites are fulfilled, we formally welcome you to the Richmond family.
An ideal place to grow
Academic excellence, character development, teaching innovation and peaceful coexistence are some of the principles that make our school an ideal place to grow
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Teaching for Understanding (TfU) is a methodology developed by a team of researchers at Harvard University, that privileges the understanding of concepts over memory and repetition. At TfU, the fundamental thing is student performance on a project rather than the retention of information.
The National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization which recognizes students for ther character, leadership, service and academic achievements. Members of this society are wholesome students who enhance the strengths of their group and their actions are aimed towards generating a positive change in society. Being part of such a select group is in itself a great achievement and opens up many possibilities in various institutions across the globe.
This approach promotes thinking and procedural habilities that have been defined as future ready skills such as creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, assertivity, communication, problem solving, and self directed learning among others. By learning in a STEAM environment students collect and use data in a systematic way to test ideas and find solutions to all kinds of problems and situations. STEAM learning experiences are developed in projects that require lots of creativity, critical thinking and testing. Learning to learn from trial and error builds experience and enduring understandings .
The CBR, for its commitment to continuous improvement, underwent an accreditation process by the world’s largest educational agency, Cognia, which granted us accredited school status in 2016. This quality seal indicates that the school uses international educational standards in its educational and administrative processes