The Asian School - Shiksha Shetra
The Asian School
The Asian School

The Asian School

To bring together the traditions and ethos of India with modern technology in an environment where every child is an individual.

Be amongst the most respected centres of world-class education that fosters academic excellence, physical fitness, psychological and spiritual health and social consciousness, and is committed to helping students leapfrog into the 21st century as independently thinking individuals imbibing traits of initiative and leadership to enable them to become world citizens. Encourage students to develop sound ethical values and exposing them to a modern and technologically driven environment thereby strengthening our rich heritage and developing human potential towards the betterment of society. The school is truly secular in nature, with no emphasis on any one religion but with exposure to and respect for all religions. It will strive to develop amongst its students an understanding and a respect for the rights and responsibilities involved in being a member of the society as well ecological awareness, being citizens of an endangered world.
PKG2.5 - 3 years
LKG4 years
UKG5 years
Class I6 years
Class II7 years
Class III8 years
Class IV9 years
Class V10 years
Class VI11 years
Class VII12 years
Class VIII13 years
Class IX14 years
Class X15 years
Class XI16 years
Class XII17 years

Documents required for application across classes
Date of Birth certificate (Photocopy)
Aadhaar Card (Photocopy)
Report Card (Photography)
Transfer Certificate
Family photograph
Passport size photograph of student
Medical information
Copy of VISA, passport for NRI/foreign students (Only for boarders)
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Ranked No.8 in India by Education World, Grand Jury Ranking for the Year 2019-20, in the field of career counselling
Ranked No.1 in Uttarakhand by Education World for the Year 2019-20, for best Day-Cum-Boarding School
Ranked No.1 for the best Day-Cum-Boarding School by Education Today in the year 2018-19
The school is situated on a 15-acre campus, Asian Acres, in tranquil and verdant environs. The academic building is an impressive structure designed by a well-known group of architects from New Delhi. The residential area is set amidst greenery with students being provided their own recreational area. The residential section has been built with state-of-the-art facilities. The students are housed in four separate hostels-one for junior boys, one for girls and two for senior boys. The hostels are so located that the senior boys do not have easy access to the girls’ hostels. A 25m swimming pool, table tennis and badminton halls provide activity-based experiences and leisure pursuits for the children in their spare time. A housemaster, tutors and a matron live within the student house providing round the clock supervision. Conscious efforts are made to inculcate a diverse reading habit and develop effective communication skills in students. In the middle school (VI to VIII) teachers integrate technology into the learning process. In the senior school (IX to XII), the focus is on achieving good results in board examinations.
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Ms.Ruchi Pradhan Datta

Ms.Ruchi Pradhan DattaPrincipal

Message from Principal

Asian Greetings! “Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today “. The above quote by Malcolm X aptly indicates the approach of The Asian School towards education. We aim at preparing them to progress into becoming thinking, responsible and empathetic adults; helping them in learning how to think and not what to think. As an educator, I believe that it is important for education to be based on ‘drawing out‘ rather than ‘drilling in’ and that is the philosophy that we wish to encourage. Since time immemorial there have been discussions about what is taught in schools. Socrates was fed poison and the price paid by William of Ockham and Galileo is common knowledge; however everyone involved needs to appreciate the fact that what was right yesterday may not be so today. Education is dynamic and constantly evolving. We too as a school, are taking baby steps in that direction. The touchstones of education thus far have been Reading, Writing and Arithmetic but in the present, unprecedented scenario we have redefined it to Rethink, Realign and Redesign. I’m positive that our resilient, innovative students supported by their school and family will overcome with aplomb any obstacle that life chooses to throw their way and towards that I wish them Godspeed! To end in the words of advice columnist, Ann Landers, “ It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings “ God Bless.