School’s History

However long a journey is, it starts with the first step of only one and a half yards. Similarly the school first came into being in 1989 A.D. at Manali (Himanchal pradesh) India, with the efficient effort of the founders. It was then born in Manali for the children of Nepali workers coming from different parts of Nepal, mostly from the foothills of Himalayas who used to reside there. During the period, awareness about education among the Nepalese worker’s communities around the regions was very low. The few who were aware also found it difficult to manage due to lack of resources. So the founder set for work of spreading awareness among the people and collected a few children to start a tuition class in the open air under the shade of the trees. But in this way it was not possible to run classes when it rained or the weather was not favorable. This hampered the children’s performance. To meet the problem, a room was rented for a little comfort to children and teachers. Soon the years that followed, its demand raised and increased the number of children, which compelled the class to take form of a small school. Later it was known as Kailash Bodhi Primary School among the locals, which is prevailing to this day. With the moral and financial support from the well-wishers, five/six years passed comfortably with a small building of its own. But then to further the continuity of education, establishment of a secondary school became necessary. Due to official problems it was found hard to upgrade the class in Manali. So the operation set forward to Kathmandu to initiate its mission of establishing a secondary school.

The dream came true in 1993 when the school was approved and recognized by the Ministry of Education, Govt. of Nepal. Thenceforth, now it has been more than two decades that the school has successfully served many needy families from different remote parts of Nepal in spreading the light of education within their children. It also has boarding facilities for the student coming from far-away remote areas of Nepal.

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