The grade 5 Transition Ceremony marked the end of Primary School for our learners as they transitioned to Middle School.
87% of our graduating class received offers from the top 100 universities
A diverse community of students and faculty from over 35 countries
Average class size of 16-18 students
Student teacher ratio of 8:1
At Stonehill, the PYP nurtures and develops young students as caring, active participants in a lifelong journey of learning.
The MYP at Stonehill extends learning by helping students develop critical thinking, develop knowledge of local and global issues, and express creativity through action.
At the threshold of adulthood, students develop a strong sense of identity and make important choices for their future. The DP at Stonehill prepares students for university and beyond.
Our residential programme is designed to extend learning the IB way through academics, extracurricular activities and the social aspects of boarding.
Technology at Stonehill is seamlessly integrated into all subjects. Our students use a wide variety of technology tools to communicate, collaborate, research, and create.
At Stonehill, a committed Arts programme focuses on Visual Art, Drama, and Music. Exposure to the Arts opens doors to questions about life and learning.
The Sports programme at Stonehill gives importance to students’ health and fitness, and develops leadership skills, team work, and personal growth.
The MYP (grades 6-10) students planted trees as part of their service initiative.
Our grade 12 (D2) students had their Graduation Ceremony on Campus after Two Years.
Having graduated from the University of Gastronomic Sciences and Cultures,Italy, it was very important for me to enter the sector through a multinational company, in order to understand all the different aspects and processes. My real passion and objective is to work in the human rights sector under the interest of food security and food safety. This dream of mine actually started at Stonehill when I was offered to opportunity to be a delegate at five different Model United Nations as well as two different Flat Classroom Projects. I must say that growing up in India also nourished this vision of mine.
I will be graduating medical school in May and starting a job as a surgeon.I always knew I wanted to become a doctor because of my experiences growing up overseas.Living and travelling throughout Asia, I was exposed to a variety of health disparities. Thus, began my interest in medicine.
I aim to combine my passion for human anatomy and surgical pathology with my love of working with my hands. My career dream as a surgeon is to care for underserved populations and incorporate global health work into my practice.
My advice to students is to be persistent, resilient, and never give up. You will be surprised by the things you can achieve by going the extra mile and giving 110%!
Stonehill was the perfect stepping stone to life at university. It gave me the opportunity to meet some incredible people from all over the world and create unforgettable memories. I felt like I was part of a community and Stonehill will always have a special place in my heart.
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