FEES: Rs. 1,30,000/- PAFACILITIES :
Residential School from (I to XII) Personality Development, Computer Facility, CD Library, Vocational Guidance, Medical Checkup, Diet and Dinning. Students Counsil, Houses to inculcate a spirit of Competetion and leadership. Dramatics Dance, Music Quiz etc. InterSchool and Intra house Competetions, School Band Social Works, Marital Arts, Aerobics & Swimming.
Almora lies at an altitude of 1,638 meters (5,500 feet) on a horse saddle shaped ridge at the southern edge of the Kumaon hills of Uttarakhand. It is a cantonment town and the bustling headquarters of the district by the same name. Almora is the gateway to many tourism destinations in the Kumaon region, and is a tourist destination in itself. The snow clad peaks of Nanda Devi and Trishul are visible on most clear winter and spring days. The cultural heritage of Almora can be traced back to centuries owing to the presence of ancient temples in the region. However, Almora town was created in 1560, by Kalyan Chand of the Chand dynasty. In the days of the Chand Kings, it was called Rajapur. Almora has also been closely linked with
Way to Almora :
Air: The nearest airport is a Pant Nagar (Nainital). During the summer regular flights are operational.
Rail: The nearest raiway station near Almora is Kathgodam or Haldwani.
Road: Almora is well connected with all-important cities of India by road.
Updated on: [August 22, 2017]