This category is for international schools charging tuition fees identified as low within their country.
The Awards provide an opportunity to highlight your community’s good practice, creative endeavours and innovation. Your application should focus on one specific initiative that meets the following three criteria:
- Supporting at least one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Rooting Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ)
- Supporting the K-12 schools community
2024 Category Partner
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Kopila Valley School in Nepal
Recognition for implementing an initiative to work towards ensuring food security for its school community.
DPS International in Gurugram, India
Recognition for its Student Task Force initiative, a student-led initiative integrating academic and co-curricular experiences to create a holistic community.
Osaka YMCA International School in Japan
Recognised for pioneering a whole-school project that works towards providing food for a homeless shelter.
International School Seychelles
Recognised for its commitment to environmental stewardship, showcased through its initiative contributing to the restoration and regeneration of wetland areas within both the school premises and the broader local community.
Vilnius Private Gymnasium (VPG) in Lithuania
Recognised for its interactive VPG Citizenship initiative using experiential learning to cultivate patriotism and civic responsibility among its students.
2024 Award categories
International schools charging tuition fees identified as low within their country.
International schools charging tuition fees identified as average within their country.
International schools charging tuition fees identified as high within their country.