The Homes is recognised by the Indian government as a Christian establishment with a focus on, but not exclusively so, of Anglo-Indian children. The school is independent and receives its income from school fees and the sponsorship money we, and others like us, send. Our committee is proud of the infrastructure work we continually fund ensuring standards remain high.
Children are prepared for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, and at Grade 9 choose to follow a curriculum based on a choice of Science, Commerce or the Humanities. The teaching medium is English, but many local languages are taught including Hindi, Bengali, Nepali, Tibetan, Dzongkha, Khasi, Mizo and Thai. There is also a place for less academic subjects such as Home Science and Technical Studies.