Celebrating 25 Years Of Serving Adventurers
Trailblazers CAS programmes are designed to ensure personal development of students. It encourages them to be involved in artistic pursuits, sports and community service work, thereby fostering students’ awareness and appreciation for life outside the academic arena.
Through the activities we prepare students to take up new challenges, develop new skills, learn to plan and initiate activities, be a team player and engage with issues of global importance. Thus, students meet not only the academic demands of the syllabus, but, also pursue individual interests and most importantly, have fun.
We realize that each individual student has a different starting point, and therefore different goals and needs. For many their CAS activities include experiences that are profound and lifechanging.
Trailblazers CAS programme aims to be a journey of self-discovery for each participant.
Our International Baccalaureate - CAS for Schools are designed to help kids learn something challenging from the outdoors. We hope to tickle their imagination and infuse positive attitude by helping them live the uncertain, and accomplish the impossible.
Our activities keep them excited & engaged, while they breathe fresh air, climb mountains, and explore and absorb from nature.
Relax, take a deep breath and take in the scenes surrounding you. You are in Mahuli, a village just off the National Highway 3 at the base of the historic Mahuli fort. Away from the chaos of the city, here you can enjoy simple living.
Participate in a cultural exchange with locals and learn about their way of life. Get your blood pumping by trekking up to the Mahuli fort. Become experts in Warli Tribal art and help adorn the walls of a school with your creations.
Get acquainted with some of the eco-friendly practices used by the residents of Mahuli and try to incorporate them in your daily life.
If you want an outing that makes you feel good about yourself, this is the programme for you!
We design customised camps for leading schools from various educational boards. If you represent a school, please click your board that represents your school.