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Lalaji Memorial Omega International School

Lalaji Memorial Omega International School

79, Omega School Road (Pallavaram Road), Kolapakkam, Kovur Post, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600128, India

+91 44 66241127


info@omegaschools.org

www.omegaschools.org

Lalaji Memorial Omega International School
School type Co-educational Day & Boarding
Founded 2005
Status Private
Head of School A Aruna
Date Appointed October 2008
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 3-18
Number of pupils 4,252
Day fees per annum INR360,000
Boarding fees per annum INR175,000
Average Class Size 24
Teacher/Pupil ratio 1:20
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP
Diploma Coordinator Murali J
Associations UN Academic Impact, UN Aspire, UNESCO Associated Schools, IIT Buds

Lalaji Memorial Omega International School, a leading international school in Chennai, provides unique environment for learning in its sprawling 22-acre green campus.

We are one of the few schools in India to offer choices in both National and International curricula. IBDP was our decennial addition and natural progression to demonstrate our vision of developing balanced young people in academics as well as life skills. Our Value Based Spiritual Education and Life Skills Activities programs are, together, the foundation on which the children’s education is built.

The IBDP at Omega makes it unique with its dynamic leadership, innovative teaching and learning practices, learning facilities and subject combinations. We have introduced Sports Exercises and Health Sciences this year and this adds to 16 of our growing list of subjects offered.

We are one of the few schools in India to offer choices in both National and International curricula. IBDP was our decennial addition and natural progression to demonstrate our vision of developing balanced young people in academics as well as life skills. Our Value Based Spiritual Education and Life Skills Activities programs are, together, the foundation on which the children’s education is built.

The IBDP at Omega makes it unique with its dynamic leadership, innovative teaching and learning practices, learning facilities and subject combinations. We have introduced Sports Exercises and Health Sciences this year and this adds to 16 of our growing list of subjects offered.

Teaching and Learning

As our induction for teachers stands out, the orientation for students lay foundation for their understanding of IBDP and prepare themselves for enjoying the IBDP. Almost all our teachers are trained by IB to the advanced level and empowered to make the informed decision for their lesson planning and teaching for their students.

Our teachers are members of their professional community in general and specific to the subjects that they teach. Their contribution and learning from these communities are accounted towards their ambitious Continuous Professional Development plan and widen the scope of their teaching and making it relevant for the students.

Learning Facilities

Our modern classrooms, library, and laboratories compliments students’ learning and enhance their aspirations. Our library collection caters to any reading quests across discipline. Similarly, the laboratories accommodate any learning demands planned as part of the regular teaching schedules or transformed as demo-class for on-demand lessons.

Community engagement

Our students approach to research and activities of CAS, ToK and Extended Essay contributes to the society through their interventions and findings. These projects often help the students to connect with the community, understand its multiple dimensions and behaviour patterns. While these experiences become the opportunities to develop and demonstrate their life skills on one side and prepare them as well informed and responsible global citizens.

Co-curricular programs

Sports

The school actively promotes many sports and games and coach students in football, cricket, athletics, football, basketball, table tennis and badminton. We offer the best coaching in the city for football and complement with the best facilities for cricket.

Arts & Crafts

Our state of the Arts & Crafts facilities combined with expert teachers in every possible area earned us love and respect from our students and partnership with leading performers and institutions of repute in Arts.

Career guidance and Student Support Counselling

Nurturing and enhancing career interests of students in Omega is consciously underpinned in all our teacher interactions and observations. This becomes elaborate in senior school through study visits to universities, internship at corporates and direct interactions with leading universities across the world and their local partners.

Students are supported to prepare for admission to colleges and Universities. They are encouraged to seek help for related examinations and mentored for selection interviews.

Recognitions and awards

Our students have been associated with United Nations Students Leadership Conference on Development (UNSLCD) for 13 years which provides them exposure to project based learning about Sustainable Development Goals.

A range of social project activities carried out by our students are reported to the student branch of the UN Academic Impact, Action by Students to Promote Innovation and Reform through Education (ASPIRE).

Our partnership with Global Education Motivators (GEM) bring opportunities for our students’ participation in UN initiated conferences, such as Student Congress on the 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change (ScoPA)

World Scholar’s Cup is another popular international academic competition that our students take part to showcase their critical thinking, communication and debating skills.

We have the distinction of being recognized as one of the ‘Future 50 International & Residential Schools Shaping Success’ out of 600 schools surveyed in India by Future 50 – a Fortune India magazine initiative.

We are one of only 45 schools to be recognized as a “Great Place to Study” by Global League Institute for 2019-20, based on a Student Satisfaction Survey.