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Fostering Holistic Development of your child at Vidyarambh

At Vidyarambh, Every Detail Matters

  • Integrated Curriculum: Our curriculum combines rigorous academics with deep-rooted Indian culture and values.
  • Expert Guidance: Dedicated staff, trained in positive social and emotional guidance, nurture a supportive environment.
  • Language Skills: We prioritize comprehensive English language skills, incorporating innovative concepts from SEEDS Quality Interactions.
  • Healthy Nutrition: Wholesome, on-site prepared vegetarian Indian meals are provided at no extra cost.
  • Emphasis on Health: We promote balanced and nutritious diet, physical activity, and healthy choices from a young age. We maintain a food policy that is free of added sugar and all purpose flour. We do not use anything canned and do not use harmful non-stick cookwares. 

A note from the Founder: Sujatha Namboodiri

“I grew up in a really close-knit family with dozens of cousins and multiple generations of elders who found joy in passing on their wealth of traditional and cultural knowledge down to us. I truly believe the reverberating Shlokas, mesmerizing Bhajans and captivating Puranic stories helped mold me into the person I am now, with a strong appreciation of my heritage. As a mother of three, I have realized how difficult it is to provide similar inspiration to my children, who have grown up far away from India. I believe that while it is important for children to maximize all the advantages that this land offers them, it is imperative for them to understand and respect their roots and traditions as well. Vidyarambh, with its well thought academic curriculum, cultural immersion, and many other admirable offerings, is my sincere attempt to help create that foundation for the next generation to appreciate their heritage and reach their full potential. Since Vidyarambh was started for my own son, every aspect of Vidyarambh had been planned through the perspective of a parent who wanted the best of everything for his or her child.”