Welcome to TIPS International School in Coimbatore

With over ten years of experience in providing quality International Education, TIPS has evolved as the pre-eminent international school in India. Located in the serene and peaceful city of Coimbatore, We have grown in line with the ever changing landscape and moulded ourselves to afford a first class education to the wide range of students who are with us which makes us one of the Best IGCSE & IB Schools in Coimbatore

When you visit our campus, you get a sense of the family and kinship that pervades everything we do. Our dedicated teaching and administrative staff ensures seamless transition of the children into engaged learners. Our vibrant and responsive teaching – learning ensures to give every child the very best start possible in their education. We enable the children to become active learners by offering challenging broad and balanced International Baccalaureate and Cambridge curriculum programs.

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The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) is for students aged 3-12.

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TIPS is the authorized Cambridge School and Examination Center from 2010 onwards.

The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is for students aged 16-19.

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Recent Events And Activities

UNITING THE WORLD TO TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE🌎 

TIPS proudly presents Mahashri Ranjith Kumar of Grade 9, TIPS Coimbatore CBSE who was one of the Panelists representing the younger generation in UN COP26( Global Fight against climate change) 👏

The COP26 had a Decision-Making Panel that answered the various questions posed by the audience. The Panel members replied with possible solutions to all the queries and arising concerns that were of global interest. Mahashri voiced the honour of the Decision Making Panel and gave a noteworthy response to the questions.

“We are the first generation to be affected by Climate Crisis and We are the last generation to tackle it before it becomes catastrophic and irreversible.”

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