How to awaken the intelligence and the generosity of spirit in students so that they are able to meet an increasingly complex world without losing their humanity?
Banner Picture: School wide dance program hosted in the gardens
The school has well-equipped science and computer laboratories, a carpentry workshop, a cookery section, separate libraries for junior and senior sections and an extensive collection of audio and video resources.
Students reside in simple and comfortable hostels. There are separate hostels for boys and girls and usually students of two classes share a hostel. This encourages peer learning. Hot water, laundry, daily newspapers and other essentials are provided in the hostel. Typically, about 15 students are looked after by a resident teacher-house parent. Indoor recreational facilities and activities keep the children engrossed in the hostels, preserving the familial warmth in an informal, caring environment.
The Kitchen and Dining Hall provide a well-balanced, wholesome vegetarian diet, including dairy products and vegetables from the school farm. Non-vegetarian food is not allowed on campus.
The School has a small, well-furnished, twenty-bed 'Healing Centre' under the care of a qualified and experienced resident doctor. Pathology and X-Ray Lab services are available locally, and cases are referred to medical experts in Varanasi city should any emergency care be required.