Our Work

The STEM Divide

73% of 8th grade public school students can only read at a 2nd grade level.

Schools serving underprivileged and rural areas struggle to provide the math, science, and English-language courses that are needed for higher education.

It is extremely difficult to recruit and retain quality teachers in schools for the underprivileged.

Bloom STEM Centers provide hands-on math and science programs for the hardest-to-reach students in India.

The Bloom Advantage

Strong relationships with schools for the underprivileged
Excellent teachers, proficient at English and experts in their field
World-class technology
Proven expertise in digital learning

Bloom STEM Centers provide hands-on math and science programs for the hardest-to-reach students in India.

Bloom India’s Education Programs

Bloom Central School

  • K-12, 800 students, 138 are displaced children
  • Lower to working class families, some students in residential program are orphaned.
  • Our 2022 goal is to focus on expanding the STEM program

Bloom Mercy School

  • K-10, 425 students 
  • Mostly first generation learners
  • 2022 goal: Focusing on expanding PreK and Kindergarten & finishing renovations for the updated kitchen for school meal program

The Darsha Academy

  • 40 students, Pre-University Course (PUC) that prepares resilient young women for leadership and community transformation through education and character development. 
  • Darsha focuses on STEM-based curriculum, to prepare young women for studying in a math- and science-focused university.

Bloom Graduates

  • 60 high-potential students are in higher education programs, fully scholarshipped by Bloom India.