Carmel School is a co-educational secondary and higher secondary school in Chamba, Tehri Garhwal. Carmel School was founded on 11 July 1996 and afiiliated to CISCE, New Delhi following ICSE pattern. Surrounded by green valleys of Chamba, Carmel School held classes from Nursery to Class XII.
Carmel School, Chamba, Tehri-Garhwal, is an Institution of minority status, which is run by the St. John’s Society of St. John’s province of the Congregation of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). Registered under the societies registration act 1860. as applicable in Uttar Pradesh. The medium of instruction is English and pupil are prepared for the council of the Indian School Certificate Examination (I.C.S.E).
Curriculum in Carmel School Chamba, Tehri
Carmel School Chamba offers subjects as per ICSE for Class X and Class XII. Carmel School a good learning environment for primary and middle school children with various learning methods and subjects.
Facilities in Carmel School Chamba, Tehri
- Computer lab with internet facilities
- Well equipped chemistry, Physics, biology labs
- Auditorium with modern facilities
- Children playroom
- Good Library with updated books
- Examination and programs halls
- Games- Basketball, badminton, Volleyball, Handball
- Indoor games
- Smart classes in all classrooms
- Beautiful infrastructure with modern facilities
- Well qualified staff
- School administrative software with an app for parents
Admission in Carmel School Chamba
Students are ordinarily admitted to Nursery. The minimum age for this is three years. Before a pupil can be admitted, the admission form must be duly filled in and signed by the parent or guardian. Satisfactory evidence of the date of birth of the candidate should be produced at the time of admission.
Fresh admission has always to be sought to std. I after completing U.K.G. Pupils are not admitted to the higher classes until they have been tested and the right to admit them to those classes for which they have been found fit, is entirely reserved with the school Authorities