The Charter School, India

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The Charter School
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The Charter School, India
Trivandrum & Cochin, Kerala

Coordinates 10°03′25″N76°24′28″E / 10.0570°N 76.4079°E / 10.0570; 76.4079 Coordinates: 10°03′25″N76°24′28″E / 10.0570°N 76.4079°E / 10.0570; 76.4079
Founded2012 [1]
FounderBinoy J Kattadiyil & Rakhinth Subramanian
School districtTrivandrum School District and Ernakulam Educational District
DeanMolly Cyril [1]
DirectorBalamurali Vijayaraj [2]
Campus size9 acres

Founded in 2016, The Charter School was taken over by Trivandrum International School in 2019. This led to the inception of Cochin International School


The Charter School is a CBSE affiliated school, from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Cochin International School follows the International Baccalaureate program and is spread over 12 acres at Upper Kakkanad. The campus has not yet been completed.

The school motto is ‘Learning is for Life’.

The teacher-student ratio is 1:20 or less.

The school's leadership was headed by Principal and Dean, Ms.Molly Cyril.

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