About Lyceum International School

Our History


Lyceum International School was founded in 1993 with seven students and four teachers by a visionary educator Honourable Mohan Lal Grero to provide English medium education up to Grade 12. Today, the Lyceum Group of Schools are under the care of Mrs.Kumari Grero who functions as the Coordinating Principal. The school is co-educational and also committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching and learning in Pre-school, Primary and Secondary Schools.

Lyceum allows the students to grow with international ideals and character, in a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious, school environment. Academic and co-curricular programmes conducted by Lyceum International School, comply fully with international standards.

Our Vision & Mission


Our Vision

To produce global citizens who will reshape the future.

Our Mission

To enhance the potential of every young soul that passes through our halls empowering them to be the best they can be.

Our Values


Life-long learning

We are a community that strives to learn and grow continuously, to be intellectually curious, and to reflect upon what we have learned and observed.

Continual improvements

Excellence is more than a state of being; it demands an ethos of continuous self-examination and reflection focused on improvement.

A scholarly and rigorous approach to learning

Students learn to be thorough in the research, analysis and communication of ideas and information from teachers who also practice these skills.

Excellence in teaching

Best practices in teaching are utilized to develop the skills necessary for success in university, workplace and beyond.

High measurable academic standards

We offer a program of studies that enable our students to exceed national standards and be on par with the best in the world.

High standards of conduct

Our staff will act as role models and will instill respect, integrity and self-discipline in our students. Our ethical behavior is guided by and conforms to Lyceum’s moral and professional principles.

Working both independently and collaboratively

We learn to work independently by planning responsibly, managing our time, and being accountable for our actions. We learn to work collaboratively by recognizing and respecting diversity and by accepting and providing feed back in a constructive and considerate manner.

Respect for diverse perspectives

We create a climate that encourages respect for a variety of ethnic groups, languages, religions, opinions, values and cultures.

A commitment to the local and global community

Students develop social responsibility not as a burden or obligation, but as a vehicle for interaction, learning, empowerment and nation building.

Service Values

We value excellence in educational support services and assure that faculty and staff governance is conducted in a thoughtful, constructive and innovative environment. We ensure all stakeholders act responsibly, creatively and collegially.