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Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School becomes first school in Indian state of Nagaland to offer Cambridge international curriculum.
The Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School in Dimapur, India has been approved to offer our Cambridge Pathway curriculum, making it the first school in the state of Nagaland to offer Cambridge programmes and qualifications.
The four stages of the Cambridge Pathway give students aged five to 19 a clear path for educational success, leading seamlessly from primary to secondary and pre-university years.
Ruchira Ghosh, Regional Director, South Asia, Cambridge International, attended a ceremony at Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School to celebrate its new status as a Cambridge International School (pictured above). She said: 'We are pleased to be associated with a progressive institution like the Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School. 'Together we share a common vision of helping students become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged, so that they are ready to thrive in our ever-changing world.'
Dr Andrew Ahoto Sema, Principal, Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, said: 'It is a matter of great pride for our school to be associated with Cambridge International. 'We are committed to building a happy school and helping every child dream big and excel holistically.'
Over 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries belong to the Cambridge community, with over 470 of them in India.