TBS emerged as the top-performing school at the National Economics Olympiad with the highest number of students ranking within the top 200 from over 7,000 participants nationwide.
TBS has partnered with University College London (UCL) to launch their inaugural UCL India Summer School. The programme will take place at TBS in June 2024 and will give students a taste of what it’s like to study at a world-leading UK university. The Summer School will be open to pre-university students across India.
TBS has been named amongst the Top 3 Private Schools in India in the Global Schools Index. This also puts us amongst the Best 125 Private Schools internationally.
Udit Singhal became the youngest member of the Forbes India 30 under 30 list in 2023 for pioneering an innovative and environmentally friendly technology that converts used glass bottles into sand through his solution called Glass2Sand.
Ativeer Jain, class of 2022, has become the first Indian to sign a contract with the Portuguese first division football club, UD Vilafranquense. He played in the U-19 team for the 2022-23 season.
Our students achieved an excellent set of results notwithstanding disruptions to learning during the pandemic. 3 students scored a perfect 45 and 39% earned a score of over 40 points. Average score went up to 38 against a world average of 32.
Ranked No 1 in India, Asia and Europe, Anahat Singh from Year 11 represented India at the Asian Games 2022 and won a Bronze medal in Squash. She has previously represented the country at the Commonwealth Games in the UK.
Year 13 student Tara Bhattacharya received the award for her CAS project on Trans Rights and Youth Advocacy, making 2022 the third year in a row that a TBS student has been granted this award.
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