Good Earth School
The school should be a place where you are helped to find out for yourself through discussion, through listening, through silence, to find out, right through your life, what you really love to do.
J. Krishnamurti

Welcome to Good Earth School!


Good Earth School was founded in 1993 and is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi and prepares students for ICSE (Std X) & ISC (Std XII). The school is co-educational. It is located at Naduveerapattu Village (12 km West of Tambaram), approximately 18 km South East of Chennai city airport by road in the state of Tamil Nadu, in India.

We are situated on a lush green 16 acre campus away from the humdrum of city life. The school has classes starting from LKG to class XII. With a strength of about 460 students and 40 teachers, the student teacher ratio is kept relatively small to aid individual attention for every student. We are a progressive, child-centered, co-educational private school, committed to providing holistic education for all its pupils. At Good Earth, the learning process is seen as one that is both challenging and enjoyable. The school thinks that education should foster creativity, independent thinking, exploration and questioning as a lifelong process. The intention is to provide an atmosphere free of authority and fear which enables the child to grow and flower in goodness.

Do watch this video to get a glimpse of Good Earth and our philosophy...

Good Earth on YouTube!

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  • Admissions 2015 - 16
    Admission to ISC Class XI for the academic year 2015 - 16 is open to both Commerce and Science Sections. CBSE students may apply as soon as your mark sheets have come. Please come to school directly on working days for commencing admission procedure. You are expected to come with your original mark sheets of class X. For information on courses offered, please visit the Admission Page.

    For any further information, contact the school office during 9:00am to 12:00pm, Monday to Saturday.
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