Trivandrum International School

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Trivandrum International School
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Trivandrum International School
Edackode PO

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695104

Coordinates 8°39′26″N76°50′19″E / 8.6571°N 76.8386°E / 8.6571; 76.8386 Coordinates: 8°39′26″N76°50′19″E / 8.6571°N 76.8386°E / 8.6571; 76.8386
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School type Private, International school
Motto"Learning is for life"
LanguageEnglish
HousesAgni,Prithvi,Vayu,Jalam
Website trins.org

Trivandrum International School is a co-educational international school situated in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. It is situated 6km from Attingal Town, 20km from Varkala Town, 23km from Trivandrum City and 40km from Kollam City. The school offers the International Baccalaureate, International General Certificate of Secondary Education and is accredited by the Cambridge International Examinations and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. Trivandrum International School is the only school in Kerala which is a member of the Round Square International school league.

The school opened in 2003 [1] with Mr Hillebrand as headmaster.

Trivandrum International School has four houses, each representing an element: Agni (fire), Jalam (water), Prithvi (earth), and Vayu (air). The school holds sporting events like Sports Day, an annual athletic meet, and a swimming gala.

There are three annexes for pre-kindergarten children named TRINS Early Learning Centres within Trivandrum city. They are located at Vellayambalam, Kazhakootam and Belhaven Street, Kowdiar.

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