Promoted in 1926 by seer-educationist J Krishnamurti, Rishi Valley School is ranked India’s No 1 boarding schools in the EducationWorld India School Rankings 2012. With a sprawling campus spread over 350 acres in Chittoor area of southern Andhra Pradesh, Rishi Valley was chosen by Krishnamurti for its peaceful and serene atmosphere.
The school admits students from classes IV-XII. The school aims to not only provide academic education but also holistic development of children and places strong emphasis on inculcating in them awareness and appreciation for nature.
Rishi Valley School is a member of Indian Public Schools Conference (IPSC)
Rishi Valley School is ranked the country’s most respected legacy boarding school in the EW India School Rankings 2012 for the second year consecutively,