Residential Schools in and around Manali


There are many residential schools in and around Manali that rank among the top academic institutes in the country. These residential schools in Manali are also known as boarding schools and are famous for imparting outstanding education and facilities to the kids who throng the place from across the country to get the best of education. The admission procedure in the residential schools in and around Manali is dependent on a competitive examination.

Other than imparting textbook education, the residential schools in and around Manali instill the social traits of affection, responsibility, faith, sympathy, considerateness, obedience, and honesty in the children. All the residential schools in and around Manali employ highly trained, knowledgeable and committed tutors.

The school session in the majority of these schools begins in the month of March and continues till the month of November. The residential schools in and around Manali have the affiliation of the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board, or the Indian School Certificate (ISC) board of Delhi. These schools that are closely located to Manali are famous for their state-of-the-art infrastructure including libraries with a whole lot of helpful books, well-fitted computer laboratories with Internet connectivity and science laboratories.

The residential schools in and around Manali have separate lodging facilities for boys and girls. It is compulsory for the pupils to live in the hostel of the school. The superintendents (supers) are entrusted with the responsibility of taking care of the kids living in the hostel. All the kids are served their food in the dining hall and they have their meals collectively in the dining room. The kitchen ensures appropriate sanitation and preservation of hygiene and particular attention is given to guarantee that the kids get high quality and nutritious meals. The residential schools have either secondary or higher secondary classes. They teach the students on different streams including Commerce, Science, Arts or Humanities. The students have the option of picking from any of these streams when they are looking for admission to the boarding schools in and around Manali for higher secondary education. These schools encourage the students to take part in a range of extracurricular activities such as music, craftsmanship, painting, art, dance, sports like football, cricket, table tennis, chess, and so on.

List of residential schools in and around Manali

Given below is a list of the residential schools in and around Manali:



Name of the SchoolAddress
Convent of Jesus and Mary Simla, Himachal Pradesh
Pinegrove SchoolKasauli Road, Dharampur 173 209, District Solan, Himachal Pradesh, India
St. Edwards' School Simla, Himachal Pradesh
Loreto Convent Tara Hall, Simla, Himachal Pradesh
The Army Public School, Dagshai Solan, Himachal Pradesh India 173210
The Sacred Heart High School Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh - 171 304
King George's School Simla, Himachal Pradesh
Delhi Public School Duffdun, Badimba Road Manali, Manali, Pin Code: 175131 Himachal Pradesh, Tel: (1902) 252544, 253500
Bishop Cotton School Shimla, Himachal Pradesh - 171 002
Day Star School Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175 131, Tel: 01902-252100, 01902-252836, Email: daystar1@sancharnet.in
Central School for Tibetans Post Box No.13, P.O. Manali, Kullu (Himachal Pradesh)
D.A.V. Public School Rangri, Manali - 175131, Kullu (Himachal Pradesh)
St. Xavier's Residential School Kot P.O. Chunahan, Teh Sadar, Manali - 175027, Himachal Pradesh, India, Fax: 01905 24436 and Tel: 01905 24436
Manali Model School Bhajogi, Manali, Kullu 175131, Himachal Pradesh, India Email: rajumanali12@gmail.com Tel: +919 816812410




     


     

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