AFS develops active global citizens who take action to make a positive difference to the community where they live, study, work and volunteer.
Our study abroad, education and volunteer programs empower people of all ages and backgrounds with essential intercultural knowledge, skills and understanding. As a leading nonprofit international education organisation, we believe global competence is fundamental to building just and peaceful societies.
The Kalyani School has been in proud association with INTACH since 2017. The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was founded in 1984, in New Delhi with the vision to spearhead the awareness and conservation of our heritage. Today INTACH is recognised as one of the world’s largest heritage organisations, with over 190 Chapters across the country.
In the past 31 years, INTACH has pioneered the conservation and preservation of not just our natural and built heritage, but our intangible heritage as well. Headquartered in New Delhi, it operates through various divisions such as Architectural Heritage, Natural Heritage, Material Heritage, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Heritage Education and Communication Services (HECS), Crafts and Community Cell, Chapters, INTACH Heritage Academy, Heritage Tourism, Listing Cell and Library, Archives and Documentation Centre.
The Kalyani School is in alliance with Future 50 and a member of Future 50 Schools -Shaping Success. It is a premium, annual evaluation of progressive schools across India, conceptualised by industry powerhouses – University (Education Partner), Fortune India (Media Partner) and PwC (Process Advisers).
Furthermore, on the lines of the illustrious Fortune 500 Companies, the Future 50 initiative, takes schools through a stringent and most noteworthy, transparent evaluation process. As a result, in its very first edition, the initiative witnessed engagement from over 600+ schools that continuously evolve themselves to enable student success.