The school campus is divided into Prep school (classes five and six), Junior school (classes seven and eight) and senior school (classes nine to twelve). The classrooms and dormitories of the schools are housed in their respective buildings. The girls are housed in the girl's school and are required to go to the respective schools for classes. Although the campus is huge, the built up area is only 45 acres.
An imposing building of mortar and stone, erected in 1921, standing tall on a gentle incline with the Big Hill in the backdrop beckoning children from far and wide to come begin their formal education - Well that’s Prep School – the ‘Home away from Home!’
A child wide-eyed with wonder and mixed emotions of excitement and apprehension enters the portals of the Preparatory section to be whisked away by time and routine so quickly that the hours change to days , days to months, and months to years and within the blink of an eye it’s time to step out into the big world.
The wakeup call at 5.30AM heralds a day in Prep School. The little ones hurry up to finish their ablutions and then make a beeline for the ‘chota’ – a quick early morning meal of a lovely roasted bun........
The Girls’ School is the residential area for the girls of classes VIII to XII. They are segregated into four Houses and reside in the dormitories of their respective Houses.
The Girls’ School has a Senior Mistress at the helm of affairs coordinating the day to day functioning of the department along with a team of four dedicated Housemistress working tirelessly towards the social and emotional needs of the girls residing in Girls’ School.
A team of four committed Assistant Housemistresses complement the Housemistresses and together with the two Matrons, ensure an efficient and effective pastoral care of the girls......
The Junior School is headed by a Master-In-Charge and is housed in a modern building that faces the pristine Nilgiri hills at the entrance and the 150-year-old Italian Gothic architecture of the Senior School proudly standing the test of time, to its side. The Junior School building comprises both, the academic and the hostel blocks.
The academic block houses the classrooms for the pupils of Classes 7 and 8. Each class has four sections. The classrooms are well-equipped with the Extramarks Smart Class system. The installation of the Extramarks Smart Class has enhanced the teaching-learning process by enabling the teachers to impart education in an engaging and effective manner........
Nestled in the lap of the awe-inspiring Italian Gothic styled architecture of the main school building houses the Senior School. The Senior School ideally refers to the boys of Classes IX, X, XI and XII, though the Senior School building also houses the classrooms of both boys and girls of classes IX to XII and the School’s administrative offices, besides the dormitories for the boys.
The Senior School is divided into four Houses – Aravalli, Nilgiri, Sumeru and Vindhya. Each House of about 55 boys is headed by a Housemaster who is supported by an Assistant Housemaster. The pastoral care of the boys has a meaningful contribution made by two Matrons attached to the Senior School and a Support Staff of four Dormitory Assistants or ‘mateys’........