The Orchid School is located at S. No. 80/1/2/1 the orchid school, Baner – Mahalunge Rd, Lalit Estate, Baner, Pune, Maharashtra 411045, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Orchid School and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Ruby

3 Google Rating

Not accepting of different religions and cultures, certain teachers insist on vegetarian food in the

3/ 5

Not accepting of different religions and cultures, certain teachers insist on vegetarian food in the lunch box. There is too much emphasis on studies and the children feel pressured.

Raj Exp

3 Google Rating

Good teaching but very high fees considering limited facilities and small campus. The fee also gets

3/ 5

Good teaching but very high fees considering limited facilities and small campus. The fee also gets increased by minimum 8-10% every year. Management also don't have any control over buses. We have to pay approx 35k annually for 5km as bus fee, that too gets revised every 6 months..

Savage Dude

4 Google Rating

The school has lots of extracurricular activities. However if you are looking for a school for good

4/ 5

The school has lots of extracurricular activities. However if you are looking for a school for good academics, this may not be the right choice for you. Many teachers of the Senior Secondary section don't bother to answer the students' questions and teach just to be done with it. They rely on the SME (Subject Matter Experts) from Bakliwal Tutorials IIT to complete the syllabus. The school offers you many opportunities like internships and display projects. Overall it is a good school.

Erica Jackson

1 Google Rating

Okay honestly TOS is fine if you don't really have any interest in studies per se. Like sure there'

1/ 5

Okay honestly TOS is fine if you don't really have any interest in studies per se. Like sure there's a lot of other activities and sports and stuff but the study part is really really disappointing. Especially for senior classes (11th and 12th). There gonna be the bakliwal classes and honestly that's gonna be the only highlight in studies. The CBSE teachers literally almost don't teach stuff at all. Even if they do they'll do it solely for the purpose of getting over with it. And since they all expect every student to be 'outgoing' and all, the kind of introverted students who may or may not have social anxiety issues, don't have any proper way to ask the teachers to teach the whole thing, party because their peers also have almost no interest. Leaving that aside, the fees are also unnecessarily high. There aren't even that many facilities, the area of the school campus is small as well, and even inside the school, it's not very spacious as one would expect in proportion to the fees. Honestly even the bakliwal classes are not that good as it is said. It is overrated. A personal suggestion to the school : hold a online and anonymous survey questioning the students' veiws and suggestions. It will give the staff a better insight on the students' thoughts which they might not express otherwise. It could also be an opportunity to get better as a place for students to study while not having continuous deppressive episodes.

Rahul D. Patil

1 Google Rating

Worst management. It's simply a business for them. Spoke to many parents who's kids are in this scho

1/ 5

Worst management. It's simply a business for them. Spoke to many parents who's kids are in this school and nobody is happy. They are trapped and there is no way out. Also the transportation of this school create huge mess everyday on very busy Baner main road. Should be the last option and select only if you have lot of money to waste.

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