• When was the school established?

    The school was established in 1991.

  • What is the size of your school and the number of pupils?

    We have separate campuses for Junior and Senior School spread over a total of Approx 15 acres of land with about eight hundred residential pupils.

  • What are your main strengths?

    The School is a member of the IPSC (Indian Public Schools’ Conference) and is accredited to the ISO 9001:2008, it has NCC and provides British Council sponsored International Exchange Programmes. The school possesses a team of exceptionally good, dedicated and committed teachers (all reside in the school), with high expectations and a clear adherence to the concept of an all–round development through “Quality” Education. Excellent pastoral care, clearly defined processes which are continuously reviewed and improved. Compared to other schools we are particularly strong at Academics, Music, Drama, Art, Sports and outward bound activities.

  • What are your main achievements?

    a) Modernization, improvement and up-gradation each year.
    b) Infrastructural Expansion. (Started with ten rooms and now having nearly 2,00,000 sq ft covered area).
    c) Academic Achievement through Exceptional Board Results. (100% First Divisioners each year)
    d) High standards of success in Sports, Music and other cultural pursuits.
    e) Growth in students and Staff (Students: 18 to 800 and Teaching Staff 6 to 80)
    f) Games and Sports Intensification (Three playing fields, four Basketball courts, Lawn-tennis court, Swimming pool, two Auditoriums, Multi-Gym and training facility, Shooting Range, Squash Court, Multi-purpose hall with indoor Badminton etc. apart from other basic infrastructure)
    g) Activity Multiplication
    h) Accredited to the ISO 9001:2008
    j) Is member of the prestigious IPSC (Indian Public Schools’ Conference)
    k) Strengthened Reputation after providing maximum satisfaction.

  • How is Pinegrove different from other schools?

    All our pupils are co-educational boarders and we do not have great interaction with city-life; this enables us to offer a wide range of activities than most day schools in the evenings and during weekends. It makes for a happier and close-knit community. We “Aspire to Inspire…..” and are dedicated to this mission…..

  • How far is your school from Delhi?

    The school is Approx 300 KM north of Delhi, situated in District Solan, in the State of Himachal Pradesh. View the route map for more information.

  • What is the average class size?

    There are twenty-five students per section in the junior classes and thirty students per section in the senior classes.

  • What is the proportion of Students who are from abroad?

    About 5%

  • Are you affiliated to IB?

    No, we are only affiliated to the CBSE. Schools affiliated to the CBSE are not permitted to conduct any other examination for their children.

  • Is your school co-ed?

    Yes, the school is co-educational, with 30% girls and 70% boys.

  • Do the boys and girls have separate hostels?

    Yes, there are separate hostels for boys and girls.

  • Why should I put my child in a boarding school?

    Residential schools mainly serve the purposes of a wide exposure and help develop personal qualities like confidence, public-speaking skills, secular outlook, independence, strong character etc which are so important for success in adult life. Pupils at boarding school do not face the problems of traffic and poor public transport; they can use the time saved to do worthwhile activities. Academic lessons do not have to be crammed between 9am and 4pm: they can be spread over a longer period with breaks for sport and other activities. The volume of sport, music, acting, hobbies and other creative activities is far greater at a boarding than a day school. Boarding pupils thrive in the life of a busy community. They learn to adjust better, have high regard for and tolerate others, learn community living, become truly secular in their outlook, gather a high degree of independence which is invaluable when they go on to taste life for themselves. They still see a great deal of their parents,

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