The School made a modest beginning on July 15, 1991, with 13 students, 2 teachers and 2 aunties. 24 years on, the school now boasts of over 1000 students, 100 teachers, 35 aunties/bhaiyas, and 2 new rural branches.
The School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, with affiliation being granted for class X in 2001, and for class XII in 2003. The first batch of class X had 20 students, and class XII 18 students, which has now grown to 95 in class X and 72 in class XII in 2014-15.
A part of the vision of the founder, Mrs. Madhu Khati, involved giving back to the society, and this led to the establishment of a branch in the rural area for the benefit of the children of the village –Nirpeksha Abhilasha, at Barshimi village, on the outskirts of Almora, on the Almora –Nainital-Haldwani Road- NH 87E, in 2001. This branch provides free education, as well as books and uniforms, to the village children, and is affiliated to the Uttarakhand Board of Education.
Apart from this, various programmes involving parents and village folk are organized for their welfare and awareness –health camps, meditation, outings, awareness regarding hygiene,ill- effects of alcoholism and drugs. Children and teachers of the main branch are in constant interaction with this School through various activities.
Another branch of the School was opened in 2006 at Kosi village, 12 Kms from Almora on the Almora-Kausani-Ranikhet Road- NH 87 E, with the aim of providing affordable and quality education in the rural area with English as the medium of instruction. This School now caters to children of about 8-10 villages in the vicinity.
Updated on: [September 15, 2017]