Horizon School, Ramanattukara.

Birds eye view


The Horizon School situated at Ramanattukara is a place where children have the opportunity to discover their talents and be free to explore and enjoy learning. Children are encouraged to think independently and connect to real life situations. The mission of the Horizon School is to nurture each child and help children develop their potential and ensure that they have a joyful learning experience.

The school is taking shape in close partnership with iDiscoveri Education – a social enterprise with a mission to renew education in India and beyond. Led by alumni from Harvard, Cambridge, IIMs, and IITs. iDiscovery brings together an exceptional and multidisciplinary group of passionate educators, management professionals and psychologists.

iDiscoveri XSEED is a comprehensive program for primary schools that builds a strong
foundation of concepts. The curriculum development team consists of former teachers of some of the leading schools in the country as well as alumni of Harvard, Cambridge and Indian Institute of Managment.

The coverage of topics in the XSEED program meets the requirements of major national boards(CBSE and ICSE), international boards(IB and IGCSE) and various state and matriculation boards. XSEED is not an additional program or syllabus that needs to be implemented beyond class hours. It is a way of teaching that blends with the DAY to DAY teaching as part of the academic plan of the school.


Zamorins Tower - " The Tower of Malabar"

An all-round view

The Tower

Calicut going to get yet another landmark in the name of His Highness Zamorin named Zamorin Tower along with a garden dedicated to the great Commander of Zamorin's Navy , Kunjali Marikar. The proposal is to convert 2.5 acers of land owned by revenue department near Manachira into a remarkable signature tower with landscaped open space in the surroundings with the potential to become tourism hub of Malabar. The project will have a subway from Mananchira to the garden. The height of the tower will be 62 m, with steps and lift to reach the view point. The bottom oval hall can be used as a sociological museum of Malabar and the cost of the project is only Rs 3.5 crore.