Introduction to Ivy

Ivy League Academy was established in 1988 with an aim to make a real difference in a myriad ways to the lives of students who pass out through its portals and help them find their place in the sun. The seagull on the academy’s emblem symbolizes an Ivy Leaguer’s passion to fly ever higher and explore new worlds of knowledge and experience. A sprawling green, picturesque, 40-acre campus dotted with boulders and natural rocks, Ivy League is lined with neat network of black-topped internal roads and pathways. These connect the scattered clusters of buildings which constitute the academic sections, living areas, dining segments and sports fields. For more than three decades now, Ivy League has been constantly striving to endow students with a holistic education and open new windows of opportunity and enterprise.

About Ivy
Estd. in 1988 CBSE Classes I to XII Co-educational School Teacher-Student Ratio 1: 10 40 Acre Campus