The Mahindra World School is part of the Special Economic Zone 'Mahindra World City' created on the outskirts of Chennai. Encircled by rolling hills, a reserve forest and natural lakes, this new city thrives in the sylvan surroundings. It facilitates to create the most comprehensive live-work-leam-play facility in the region today.
The school occupies a spacious, beautifully landscaped five acres , while the well-designed, child-friendly 1,00,000 square feet interiors have more than enough space for future creators, explorers and thinkers! The architecture design helps breaks the formal fetters one usually associates with a school as the campus design is organic with informal pathways. This G+l storey structure has no formal classrooms or planned corridors. Classes are placed in clusters of 3-4 rooms spaced around a central circular area connected by gardens and walking paths. The internal conical staircases have skylights to allow natural light within. This unconventional institute is a concrete masonry structure with granite semi cladding near the base.
The school's infrastructure includes spacious, bright classrooms, mathematics, science and language labs, an amphitheatre, arts, crafts and music rooms, junior and senior libraries, AV media facilities, a multipurpose hall, outdoor games facilities: playgrounds, football ground, volleyball/ throwball courts, cricket nets and ground, 200m athletic track, kabbadi and kho-kho fields, indoor games facilities: table tennis room, rooms for chess, carom and traditional Indian games, other facilities include a medical room, conference rooms and administrative offices.