About Us

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The principal aim of Eureka International School is to impart sound education to boys and girls of all communities and to prepare them to grow as useful citizens of India. It is our earnest endeavor to awaken in the young minds, a feeling of patriotism and national consciousness. The school lays emphasis on good traditions and cultural richness of the Indian community.

Eureka International School, Pune is a recognized co-educational school established in the year 2016. The school played an important role in the spread and promotion of education and remains a motivating force which has inspired to move towards excellence over the years. It is committed to its great motto of imparting the best education and giving an opportunity for an all-round development of body, mind and soul to the students. It endeavors to extend all possible opportunities to children to participate in learning through doing and offering conceptual clarity through illustrative presentations and theme based displays, making learning fun. Eureka International School today is emerging as one of the best schools in Pune with the superior infrastructural facilities and the innovative and quality teaching-learning methods it has evolved. The school has a well-equipped Library, Science Laboratory, Computer Lab, Projector Room and Multipurpose Hall. The School follows Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Examination curriculum with English as the medium of instruction. Students are also prepared for various competitive exams like the Olympiad (Mathematics, Science, English, Cyber and General Knowledge), Navodaya Vidyalaya, Aryabhatt and various other scholarships and competitive exams. Special emphasis is given to extra-curricular activities to develop all-round capabilities in the students. The students are encouraged to participate in sports, games, debates, dramatics, elocution, arts/craft and music. In a very short span of four years of existence, Eureka International School has made a reputation of being one of the leading educational institutions in the city. The aim of the School is to impart a sound, moral, physical and intellectual training to boys and girls and help develop their personality so that they may turn out to be useful citizens of the country. The School aims at creating efficiency and self-confidence in pupils and offers them ample scope for self-development. It is committed to develop sympathetic relationship and to serve the educational needs and aspirations of the society.


A student of Eureka is expected: To be intellectually competent, open to growth, loving all and committed to do justice by generous service to others with a clear sense. To develop the quality of mind and heart (competence and compassion.) To cherish community values and learn to live harmoniously in the society. To be leader in struggle for better human world and community of love. To love and respect all religions, cultures and castes. To grow in respect for all forms of life especially human life. To develop a spiritual vision of the world in the face of materialism, concern for others in the face of egoism and simplicity in the face of consumerism. Therefore, egoism, deceit, craze for possessions, spirit of unhealthy competition which takes advantage of the weakness of others will have no place in our educational aim but every student will form the above aims and vision as her/his Life-ethos as he/she achieves the many faceted growth in their respective years.

The School Emblem

Two Circles : They stand for integral education in a global context.
Games : Stand for the integral personality development of children/students in the context of co-education.
Computer : Symbolises the modern learning skills of science and technologies.
The Book and The Pen : They symbolize the learning skills of reading, writing and speaking. To that end the Societas Verbi Divini (SVD) or The Society of the Divine Word pledges to mold the future of children/students to be the productive citizens of society at large.
The Rising Sun : It stands for hope and inculcation of value-based education to children/students.