An academic institution is a unit to account for enlightening people and creating an atmosphere of awareness. Kailash Bodhi Secondary Boarding School accepts the challenge with a spirit of dedication to the children deprived in resources at its best. This school is a residential cum day co- educational school for the children of all ethnic groups, and any religious background.
Kailash Bodhi School is registered under the Ministry of Education, Govt. of Nepal. It is a secondary (Madhyamik) school, which has successfully promoted many batches of students for S.L.C. examinations with colorful results since 1998. Classes run from Nursery to Ten (X). The medium of instruction is English for all classes except for the preprimary classes and the language subject in proper. Tibetan language is also taught as an optional language. Ven.Lama Gondup and Mr. Sonam Tsering Lama laid the foundation stone of this school in the year 1993 on February 24th. It is situated in Suvigaon, which is at distance of 15 minute’s walk to the northwestern direction from Boudha stupa, Kathmandu. It is located at an ideal place with quiet and green surroundings. According to the list of admissions since its establishment, the school has grown with around 2802 students within two decades. And nearly 900 students from different parts of country make the current strength of school.
The number of students could be higher. However the school management has decided to keep enrollment to a manageable size to ensure its pursuit of academic excellence. The school has employed qualified, experienced, loving teachers and other non-teaching staff to guide and assist the students. Students teacher ratio is kept 1:25 (one teacher for twenty five students) to extend fullest and individual care to each and every student. The Principal is the head of the school and general administrator and the academic concerns. The Academic coordinator looks after the academic planning, supervision, evaluation, discipline and day-to-day school administration. There is also a provision for a coordinator to manage the co-curricular activities.