Auckland House School, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh is an all girls’ residential school affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi and recognised by the Department of Education, Himachal Pradesh. The school was started by Lord Auckland, (Governor General) in 1836 for his sisters and his own use.
Auckland House School aims at providing a sound education based on Christian principles and inculcating values through the life and teachings of Jesus. It strives to promote the highest spiritual, moral, intellectual and aesthetic values.
The school campus hosts spaciously designed classrooms, a computer laboratory, three Science laboratories and a well-stocked library. The school provides two fields for hockey and basketball, a large hall for badminton and gymnastics and another for table tennis.
Affiliated with CISCE, the school imparts schooling from nursery through class XII. The school offers humanities, commerce, medical and non-medical subjects in classes XI & XII. The middle school syllabus is designed to enhance learning in the Senior School.
Career counselling, etiquette training and personality development are also offered to facilitate the all round development of the students.
Sunita John (principal)
The school’s academic year is divided into three terms beginning from the first week of March and ending early in December with a break of eight days in June and October.
Students are admitted from the age of three in the Nursery class and from four in the Kindergarten.
Admission form can be downloaded from http://www.aucklandhouseschool.com/admissions-generalrules.php
Fees – for the fee structure, please visit http://www.aucklandhouseschool.com/fees.php
Auckland House School, Shimla is ranked among the top 20 girls boarding schools in India by the EducationWorld India School Rankings 2020-21.
The school was rated among India’s top (A+++) schools in a survey by Mainline Media.
The school provides residential facility for girls.