Canadian International School to host 3rd Annual Interschool Junior Golf Tournament

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The Canadian International School, Bengaluru will be hosting The CIS 3rd Annual Inter School Golf Tournament 2015 on 4th December, at Prestige Golfshire, Nandi Hills, Bengaluru. The participation is open to juniors between the age group of 6 and 18 years with a Handicap of 24 and below.

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The initiative brings together young aspiring golfers from across schools in Bengaluru to compete in this Golf Tournament with each other and win the grand finale.

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Format: Stroke Play
Time: 8 AM onwards
Date: Friday, 4th December, 2015
Venue: Prestige Golfshire, Nandi Hills, Bengaluru

For more details contact please contact: +919591003005 or email:

Canadian International School

CIS is a culturally-rich mosaic serving each student by providing a world-class international education, nurturing potential, developing life-long skills, and preparing students for an ever-changing global community. CIS has continued to deliver very high standard of education with an array of subject choices and activities tailored to students’ interests, aligned with a very high level of care in a warm, friendly and non- threatening environment. It follows internationally recognized curricula – IB (Grades 11 & 12), IGCSE (Grades 9 -10), Cambridge Secondary 1 (Grades 6 – 8) Cambridge Primary, and Montessori (Pre K to Grade 5), and employs a majority of foreign trained, experienced teachers.

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