Jammu: Dalhousie Hilltop School (DHS) Wednesday announced the launch of their International Exchange Program (IEP) with award winning schools such as St. Andrew and St. Verits in the US. Students from Hilltop collaborate with students overseas to do joint projects that address global issues and promote social responsibility and cultural awareness, a statement issued by the school said.
In keeping with their long ties with J&K and continuous pursuit of promoting educational opportunities, DHS announced scholarships for students of J&K.This program offers a unique opportunity that most students don’t have a chance to experience. Students gain a new knowledge, cultural understanding, maturity and lifelong friendships.
“In today’s global environment it is imperative that we teach and train our J&K students to develop a strong sense of self confidence and self esteem, and learn, think and act as globally competent, responsible citizens” said Mrs. Poonam Dhawan, President Dalhousie Hilltop School. “Through this program students from different continents, countries and cultures will band together to address global issues that affect society today. They learn strategic thinking and problem solving skills which are critical success factors.”
“I’m so pleased to see the impact this program has had on my student. Going to India to attend classes at Hilltop School as a member of the assessment team from US has been a remarkable experience” said Mr. KC Cunningham, CEO of Waveset.
Dalhousie Hilltop School, recently received“Best Boarding School” award for offering such global dimension programmes that explore the interconnections between the local and the global and bring a unique and enrichinglearning experience for the students. DHS is a haven for learning and is situated among tall pine trees in a peaceful, safe and serene setting with a beautiful sprawling campus with modern hostels and state-of-the art facilities.
Interested students may apply at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9418996677, 9103234100, 01899242991.