Here is the List of Best Boarding Schools In India
The School is recognised as an unaided private co-educational institute affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Grades Class 1 - 12 .It is a day cum boarding school for the students in the age group of 5 to 17. It has classes from Kindergarten to Class XII. Only boys may board.
About School : The school was established by the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1880, with a monetary grant from the Honourable John Baldwin, Ohio, USA. It was known as the Episcopal Methodist School and was managed by a board of governors.
The school recently celebrated its 126th anniversary. The school has a strength of around 4,000 students, and its sister school - Baldwin Girls High School has around the same number. It offers classes up to the 10th standard (grade) under the ICSE syllabus.
About School : Barnes School, Devlali, is the largest boarding school in west India. It was established in 1925, on the basis of a 1718 original foundation.
It is a private co-educational prep school. It is a Christian school, founded in 1925, under the auspices of the Bombay Education Society. The school is twinned with Christ Church School, in Mumbai. Both Schools follow the ICSE curriculum and have the same crest, Barnes in blue and Christ Church in green.
About School : The school is run by Dr. L. M. Ramakrishnan, the son-in-law of C.S. Subramaniam, a former governor of Maharashtra. The principal is Philomena Joseph. There are affiliated primary and secondary schools situated in Therkupallam and Thindal, respectively. The school was founded in 1979 with 200 students and 15 teachers. It now has c. 5000 students and 325 teachers.It is the no.1 school in erode .
About School : Bishop Cotton Boys' School is an all-boys school for boarders as well as day scholars in Bangalore, Karnataka, India; the first of its kind in this part of the world to start the house system, organized games, school sports day (Last Post bugled from the tower) and the prefect system which were introduced almost at the same time as they were developed in England, admitted students without regard to race, religion, gender or national origin even before Indian independence.
About School : Bishop Cotton Girls' School, also known as BCGS, is a prestigious boarding school for girls in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is famed for its house system, organized games, school sports day and the prefect system.
Founded in 1865, and named after Bishop George Edward Lynch Cotton from the 19th century, the school is bordered by Residency Road, St.Marks Road and Lavelle Road, and is spread over 10 acres of land in the heart of Bangalore City.
This school is one of the most esteemed and reputed girls' schools in India. Originating from a co-education school, it was formed when the girls were separated from the boys and the school was moved to the sister campus across the street. It is based on the ICSE format of education, and has teaching facilities from Kindergarten, 1 to 10 (ICSE) as well as 11 and 12 (ISC).
About School : The idea of the ?Public School?, which carries so clear an image today, did not exist in 1859 in India . The history of Bishop Cotton School is of public interest for the part it played in the development of public schools and in the wider history of education in this country.Grades Class 1 - 12. Affiliation(s) Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ICSE) and The Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC)
About School : Boys' Town was established in 1944 and at the helm of the magnanimity of the venerable philanthropist, the late Seth Pirojshah Nusserwanji Mehta, whose love for children and noble desire to spend time, energy and money in the cause of education, prompted him to establish a residential school at Nashik that would serve the society .
The school admits only boys as boarders, but admits girls as day scholars. It is divided into Nursery, Prep, Primary and Secondary Sections.
About School : The School had its modest beginning in 21 June, 1991, with only 10 staff members and 90 students. Today, the Choice School has over 2200 students and 240 staff members.
The Choice School is a private CBSE school in Kochi, India. Started by Mr. Jose Thomas (owner of the Choice Group), The school has facilities for sport, music and such extracurricular activities, not to mention some for educational purposes. It has a large campus and an internal hostel. The current principal is Mrs. Molly Cyril.
About School : A month's stipend for the school, which has 170 resident students at Rs 325 per person, is Rs 55,000. The individual stipend covers food, two school uniforms, underwear and toiletry. A separate amount is paid for textbooks and writing materials but these are paid five to six months after a new session has begun.
This creates a shortage of books, which hinders teaching. A student who fails to be promoted to the next class loses the school the entitlement to the individual stipend. Most girls fail in Science and Mathematics because of a shortage of teachers in those subjects. There is, however, a Cash Reward Scheme under which Rs 100,000 was disbursed by the government in 2002 to teachers, for improving their students' performance in scheduled area high schools and residential schools, to which the school belongs.
About School : A goal of the school is to provide young Indians with a liberal education, and to instill in them a respect for the ideals of secularism, discipline and equality. The campus is stunning, the sports and science facilities are first rate, but the students' lives might be considered almost monastic. While seldom appreciated during their education, this asceticism is a source of much pride among the alumni.
About School : The School was started at the request of the people of Ladakh who wanted a school that would help maintain their rich cultural traditions, based on Tibetan Buddhism, while equipping their children for a life in the 21st century.
The masterplan and school buildings, designed by architects and engineers from Arup and Ove Arup & Partners, combine local building techniques and materials with leading edge environmental design to make them effective in the extreme climate.
About School : The school traces its origin to 1899, when a group of protestant missionaries who had come to the hills on vacation and were staying at Brooklands Christian Guest Home in nearby Coonoor decided it would be of enormous benefit to the well-being of their children to live year round in the temperate and clean environs of the Nilgiri hills. Due to the high altitude -- Ooty being at 2200m (7500ft) above sea level ? these hills enjoy year-round cool temperatures and abundant rainfall, and their climate has often been compared to European climates. Initially the school operated as a type of boarding house where only children would stay, and either be home-educated in house or sent to one of the local schools.
About School : The Holy Angels' Convent Higher Secondary School is one of the oldest educational institutions in Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the capital of the state Kerala in India. This school for girls was opened in November 10, 1880 by Mother Elias from Ireland. She was the foundress of the Congregation of the Carmelite Religious (C.C.R).
About School : JNV, Gajanur (JVNG) is a boarding school near Gajanur, Shimoga, India. JNVG is funded by the Indian Ministry of Human Resources Development.
The school was started in 1986 in the campus of Gajanur vidyapeeta. Later the school got its own building in hilly area of Gajanur in 1990. The founder principal was Shri. H.N.S. Rao, who is now the Deputy Commissioner (Academics), NVS New Delhi.
There are many prominent JNVG alumni, including an IAS officer, officers in Indian Navy, officers in IAF, doctors, GenX Software Engineers.
About School : Miss Emilie Kimmins, who established Kimmins school in 1898, was a member of the Zenana Bible and Medical Missionary Fellowship, and it was while she was working as Principal of Queen Mary School in Bombay that she became deeply concerned for the education of the European and Anglo Indian children who needed to leave Bombay because of their health problems. Her answer was to offer these children a good education in the healthy climate of Panchgani. She remained at the school until 1921, and made such an outstanding contribution to the Hill Station and to the schools in Panchgani that she has been referred to as the "Queen of Panchgani". She not only laid the foundations of the buildings of her school but also of its educational and moral standards.
About School : The Kodaikanal International School is an international school for pre-school to Grade 12 students located in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, southern India. Kodaikanal is a town in the Palani Hills. Founded in 1901, it is a Christian, co-educational, and boarding school for students aged 4-19. In 1976 it became the first school in India to offer the International Baccalaureate. It also awards its own high school diploma and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges, USA and recognized by the Association of Indian Universities. And right now KIS has introduced sex.
About School : The Lawrence School, Sanawar (near Kasauli), Himachal Pradesh, India was founded by Major General Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence of the Army of the colonial India?s British Raj. It was established on 15 April 1847, and is one of the oldest co-educational boarding schools in the world.
About School : Loreto Convent is an English-medium high school in the town of Darjeeling, West Bengal, India. The school is run by Loreto Education Society of Darjeeling. The school is affiliated to the ICSE and ISC boards of Delhi.
About School : Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls? Public School, located in Jaipur, India and named after Gayatri Devi, is one of the oldest girls' school of Rajasthan. It was established in 1943 and is popularly known as MGD School. It was the first Girls? Public School to be accepted as member of the Indian Public Schools' Conference (I.P.S.C.). In 1950, it was affiliated to CBSE. The founder principal of the school was Ms. L.G. Lutter. The present principal of the school is Mrs. G.D.Bakshi. The school completed 60 years of its existence in the year 2003. It was marked with the felicitation ceremony of the founder, her highness Rajmata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur. Shiv Kumari of Kotah is vice-president of the school.
The school is near Ajmeri gate in the heart of the city of Jaipur. The school has students from all parts of India. It has students studying from standard 1 to 12. The students are divided in four houses named after four great women achievers: Madame Curie, Helen Keller, Florence Nightingale and Sarojini Naidu.
About School : Mann Public School located in Holambi Khurd, near Alipur on G.T.Karnal Road, New Delhi is a symbol of quality education and holistic all round development since its inception in 1989. The school is located about 25 km from the New Delhi Railway Station and about 35 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport, away from the pollution and maddening crowd of the city.
Mann Public School is a member of Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC) and an ISO-9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 certified school.
About School : Mannam Memorial Residential High School, also known as MMRHS, is a co-educational boarding school situated on the banks of Karamana river in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala state, India.
MMRHS is an English medium school which was completely owned and run by a service society called Nair Service Society.
The school has students from grades LKG to 10+2. It is situated in Neeramankara. Highly qualified and efficient teaching staff, a library, 4 playgrounds, separate hostel accommodation for boys and girls, good transportation around Thiruvananthapuram are some features of the school. Students take the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination. The Principal of the school at that time was Shri. Mannanthala Velayudhan Nair. Vice Principal was Shri. Radhakrishna Panicker.
About School : Mayo College is a public school founded by Richard Southwell Bourke, the Earl of Mayo, who was Viceroy of India from 1869 to 1872 and was popularly known as Lord Mayo in India.
About School : Mayo College Girls' School is one of the most prestigious public schools / boarding schools located in Ajmer, Rajasthan (a state in India). It is a public school providing education exclusively for girls from Class IV to XII.
The academic period starts in April and ends in March. New students are admitted mainly in Class IV, V, VII and XI. The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE).
Mayo College Girls' School or MCGS follows the House System, with five dormitory-like houses, named, Sanyogita, Padmini, Meera, Karunawati and Charumati. These are named after princesses of Rajasthan. Additionally, there is holding house that houses students from Class IV and V. The house is supervised and maintained by House Mistresses and House Matrons.
About School : Modern School, Barakhamba Road and Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School have approximately 2,800 students (these include international and exchange students and also the boarders) between the ages of 11 and 18 at the senior school and between 4 and 10 at the junior school.
About School : Mount Hermon School is a school in the town of Darjeeling, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is located on Lebong cart road in the hilly town. It follows the American education style, rather than the usual British style in vogue in the other schools of the area. It offers co-education.
Mount Hermon was founded in 1895 under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopalian Church of America by Miss Emma Knowles who was the first principal. It was know as Queen's Hill School and meant for girls but the name changed to Mount Hermon School in 1930 when boys were admitted.
About School : Muddenahalli is a village situated 7 km from Chikballapur in Kolar District of Karnataka State. It is the birth place of Sir. M. Visweswaraih, one of the profound engineers India has seen. 0.5 km from Muddenahalli is the residential school, Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Pre-University College. The School has hostel facility in seven batches, State syllabus from 8th standard to 10th standard both English and Kannada, junior high school from 5th standard to 7th standard Kannada medium only, CBSE syllabus from 6th standard to 10th standard and PUC commerce & Science. The School was created by Mr. Late Madiyal Narayana Bhat, primarily in Alike, South Canara and eventually in Muddenahalli. After the death of Sri Madiyal Narayan Bhat the School is run under the guidance & blessing of Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
The school has a dedicated team of more than 70 lectures, whole dedicated to the upliftment of the society, and with commitment of serving for the cause for which the school has started. Sri B Narayana Bhat is the honourable secretary of the institution.
About School : The school is spread over some 134 acres, with about 250 cadets. Candidates for the school are selected from all over India through RIMC entrance exam  held twice a year in each state. Successful candidates in entrance exams have to go through a medical fitness test to be admitted to the school. Every year about 50 students are selected from all over India and are admitted to class VIII.
Students, or cadets as they are called, follow the CBSE syllabus of education over the next 5 years and also take part in a wide range of extracurricular activities which brings out talent, camaraderie and leadership in them. A cadet, during his stay at the RIMC, gets a glimpse of the life of an Indian Army Officer. Popular games that students participate in during their stay at RIMC are Hockey, Football, Cricket, Basketball, Squash, Boxing, Swimming, Cross-country and Gymnastics. Horse riding and rifle shooting are other activities that are very popular among cadets.
About School : Rishi Valley School is a boarding school in India, founded by the philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti. It is located close to the town of Madanapalle, Krishnamurti's birthplace, in the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Rishi Valley is a 3 hour drive from Bangalore.
The school accepts students from standards (grades) 4-12 (UK years 5-13) in about 21 boarding houses. It is known for focusing on a more holistic approach to education which includes developing an appreciation for nature, art and music. The schools goal is to help its pupils to become sensitive citizens. The school also runs the Rishi Valley Institute for Educational Resources (RIVER) program and a rural school and health center.
About School : Sahyadri School is a boarding school, located in the Sahyadri ranges of Maharashtra. It is run by the Krishnamurti Foundation, India (KFI), on the teachings of the philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti. It is believed that it was Krishnamurti's wish to have a school in Western India, and after he breathed his last (1986), the Foundation began working on the setting up of this school.
The first group of students to graduate from Sahyadri was in 1999 with the tenth batch graduating in the upcoming year, 2008.
t is the youngest school amongst all the KFI schools all over the world.
The school is off the Pune-Nashik highway, at a distance of approximately 25 kilometers from Rajgurunagar (Khed). The closest cities are Pune (75 km) or Mumbai (a little less than 200 km).