Mody School is an exclusively girls' English medium residential school from Classes III to XII affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi. It also offers the IB Diploma Program, affiliated to IB Geneva, Switzerland for Classes XI & XII and the CIE, an International Examination Board, in Grades III to VIII.
Established in 1989 by Shri Rajendra Prasad Ji Mody, it provides a supportive environment for its students to fulfill their potential as individuals and as contributors to society.
The school brings together students from all over the country. Almost all the states are represented within the student-body, which encompasses a variety of languages and cultures. Learning to live and work together in such a diverse community can be a powerful experience for young people and one that can help to promote open-mindedness and understanding. Thus, the school has forever been committed to weaving the international dimension into its curricular fabric. Sanskrit is compulsory up to Class VIII along with the option of a third language from among French, German and Japanese.
Mody School is a boarding school that offers girls the best opportunities to grow in ways that enriches their personality. The 265 acre campus is beautifully landscaped with waterfalls, gushing fountains, orchards, lush green lawns, forest belts and water bodies, transforming the Shekhawati belt of the Thar Desert into an oasis. It has a wide variety of trees and plants and birds which helps to develop deep appreciation for our environment. The hostels are designed as a place for students to live and learn to adjust to the educational demands of everyday life besides encouraging them to develop a healthy social network. Each hostel is under the care of a resident lady warden who maintains the academic, medical and personal progress of her wards. She also acts as an able counselor, guide and administrator. Hostels are safe and happy places for students and adults. Student welfare is enhanced when all members of the school community participate in the learning programmes and life together. Many of our girls have been admitted to prestigious institutes of higher learning and are pursuing careers of their choice.
Updated on: [April 19, 2019]