We at SCAD World School are lucky to have our campus situated in an area which has enabled Coimbatore as the Wind City. We are surrounded by the Western Ghats to the North and South west. To the West is the Palghat Gap, the only major pass in the long stretch of the ghats abutting Tamil Nadu and Kerala. This place enjoys a very pleasant climate all the year round, aided by the fresh breeze that flows through the 25 kms long palakad gap. The wind that flows through the Palghat Gap serves as source of alternate wind energy, and you will find an 10 square kilometer belt is dotted with wind mills and wind farms.Considering the fact that 70% of our campus area is open space, we are planning the land usage for long term sustainability.
The School is situated in a sprawling green oasis of 20 acres, just 25 miles northwest off the domestic and international airports and within easy reach to all the amenities of the city. The landscaping ensures that the entire campus maintains a comfortable temperature. The campus consists of 1,00,000 sq.feet of built up area available during this first phase, with the balance of space utilized for sports facilities and operational needs.
The main wing comprises two floors of spacious classrooms, laboratories, library, art studio and AV room. Apart from this, there are separate boys and girls hostels, an administrative building, Multipurpose Auditorium and Service Apartment.The rich soil facilitates organic farming, supplying the school’s kitchen with fresh produce. Furthermore, the students get to test their green fingers! There is a dairy farm to provide fresh milk free from hazardous chemicals and preservatives. At SWS, we have ensured uninterrupted power supply by installing standby diesel generators. There is ample ground water supply from our own treatment plant inside the campus. Rain-harvesting and water conservation are also part of our agenda
The herbal jogging track is the highlight of our ambience. To list some rare plants:-
· Azadiractha indica (Vembu)
· Ixora sp (Virutchi)
· Leucus aspara (Thumbai)
· Mangifera jalapa (Naalu mani poo)
We have more than seventy herbal plants in our grove apart from fruit bearing trees.Beautiful People- but some call them birds and animals; the geese, the love birds, the finches, the quail, the pigeon, the sparrow and the turkeys provide a feast for the eyes of the beholdersThe swimming pool is near the tracks, where field events take place. The fertile soil nourishes the fresh vegetables and fruits which are hybrid.