The Wynberg-Allen Senior school is from classes seven to twelve and caters to the needs of children between 13-18 years. In addition to preparing students for the I.S.C. and I.C.S.E. Examinations, the Senior School conducts several activities like quizzing, dramatics, debating, elocution, creative writing, spelling bee competitions, athletics and sports like hockey, cricket, basketball, tennis, badminton, soccer and chess.
All these activities are conducted by the experienced and competent staff of the Senior School and are most ably overseen by the Headmaster, Mr. P. Radcliffe and the Principal, Mr. L. Tindale.
The school considers the boarding house as an extension of formal education. Its purpose is not only to provide shelter and food to out-station students, but also to provide opportunity for practical community living. The community life in the boarding house demands certain rules and regulations for the maintenance of discipline and order. Boarding House rules are kept to a minimum, and the students and their parents are expected to respect and obey them strictly.
Updated on: [September 19, 2018]