Learn the MSG way in India
MSG is a middle and high school alternative where students attend campus one week a month, nine times a year. Students are taught and supported in the core subjects of Math, Science, and English.
Here are some common questions regarding the MSG model of education
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Has this model been tested?
Our first MSG school operated successfully for more than 10 years in China, but is now closed due to government orders. We currently operate schools in Chiangmai, Thailand; Vientiane, Laos; Hanoi, Vietnam & Jakarta, Indonesia.
Why only Math, Science and English?
We teach a month of material during the one week the students attend. This can only be done fairly if we focus on the college prep core. This also allows for families from various national backgrounds to keep up with their home country subjects and additional requirements.
Who teaches at MSG?
Students at MSG will be taught by well qualified and experienced teachers.
How can I get involved?
Are you interested in joining us in the effort of getting MSG India off the ground? We’re currently searching for qualified teachers and an administrator to join our team. Please CONTACT US for more information.
Where will MSG India be located?
We are currently in the process of selecting the location for MSG India. We hope to announce a location in the coming months.
What is the cost?
The school will cost between three & four thousand USD per year. This includes boarding, food and all education related expenses. It does NOT include travel costs to and from the host MSG city.
When will MSG India open?
We hope to launch MSG India in the fall of 2022.
Is the program accredited?
Though the current MSG programs are not accredited, all students who attend MSG will receive an official transcript by MSG India.
How do you handle boarding?
Students live in family style dorms, with three to eight students per house. Students normally arrive on a Saturday and leave the following Saturday.