Founded in 1991, Pinegrove School, Dharampur is an English medium, wholly residential, coeducational school affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi.
The school offers education form class I through class XII and admits pupils without discrimination from all religions, castes, creeds, race or colour.
The 11 acre school campus hosts modern, large and airy classrooms with SMART BOARDS, networked computers and DLP projectors, well-stocked, informative library features a huge collection of wide variety of encyclopedias, reference books, novels, newspapers, magazines and other periodicals, well-equipped science laboratories for the Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
The school hosts the following facilities for sports:
A national sized Swimming Pool
Indoor Badminton Court
A 10 metre Shooting Range
Hard surfaced Basketball Courts
Facilities for indoor sports include Table Tennis, Carrom, Pool, Chess etc
Affiliated with CBSE, the school imparts education from primary level through class XII. Students are prepared for the All India Secondary and Senior Secondary School Examinations, conducted by the CBSE, Delhi.
The school encourages students to participate in various activities such as art, computers, needlework, Indian classical music and dance, bugle and brass bands, western music, dramatics, debating, elocution and quiz contests.
Captain AJ Singh
The procedure for admission requires the child to be registered for admission. After registration, the children need to write an admission test, which is followed by an interview.
Vacancies generally occur in the month of February, in Classes I to VIII only. A few admissions are obtainable, subject to availability of seats in classes IX and XI as well.
Admissions are offered based on the performance of the child in the admission test.
Annual Tuition Fee (Including SMART classes, IT Education, Books & Stationery)- Rs. 90,000/-
The school is accredited with ISO 9001:2000 (BSI) and is also a member of the Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC). The school is also a member of the IAYP (International Award for Young People’s Programme) also known as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
The school provides separate hostels for boys and girls. The hostels include dormitories and attached washrooms with hot and cold running water.