Marshall School is one of the leading educational institutes of Dehradun. Marshal School has complete arrangement and provision for imparting teaching and education from the K.G classes to class XII in all faculties – Science, Commerce and Humanities. The campus is spread over a vast expanse of over 55 bighas of land, surrounded with litchi orchards. The school also provides hostel facilities.
Curriculum in Marshall School, Dehradun
Marshal School is affiliated to the Indian Council for Secondary Examination (ICSE), Delhi. The medium for instruction at Marshall is English. Emphasis is laid to ensure that students attain an acceptable proficiency in both written and spoken English so that they are able to follow adequately their chosen professional pursuits when they leave school. The following subjects are taught in school.
Facilities in Marshall School, Dehradun
The school has a well-furnished computer lab with one computer for each child. Computer education is compulsory from class III to class VIII. Separate spacious science labs are the place where students get to know the practical knowledge. There are hard courts for tennis, basketball and volleyball and indoor courts for badminton and table tennis. There is a vast land for playing cricket, hockey and football.
Marshal School provides separate junior and senior hostel accommodation. The school provides boarding facilities at moderate expenses. The hostel maintains a clean and congenial atmosphere so that the boarders recognize it as a home away from home. There are separate hostels for boys and girls where close attention is paid to all their requirements. Hygienic and delicious food is served to the students.
Admissions in Marshall School, Dehradun
The minimum age for getting admission to the school both for Boarders and Day scholars in lower KG is four years. The registration for admission is open from November to February. Registrations forms, one each for boarder and day scholar, are attached to this prospectus.
A written entrance test is conducted for all seeking admission, followed by an Interview of the students who qualify in the Written Test along with their parents. No correspondence is entertained regarding the admission of the student who does not qualify in the written test. The principal has the sole right to admission and his decision is final. The academic session begins in the first week of April every year.