Indian Heritage School
Indian Heritage School is a secular co-educational day-cum residential Secondary-cum-Primary School which opened in April 2006 with 150 students in classes IV to VII. Indian Heritage School is possibly one of the best equipped residential School of North India, both in design and facilities, with lot of emphasis on latest educational technology to enable the students to realize their full potential. The School is affiliated to ISCE Board, New Delhi.
Indian Heritage School encompasses 65 acres of beautiful rolling hills at the base of Dalhousie town, a famous hill station of Himachal Pradesh. The School can be easily accessible by Road, Air and Train services; Pathankot being the nearest Air and Rail head. The climate is remarkably pleasant with winters being cold with sunny afternoons and May, June the warmest months of the year, the temperature rarely rises above 35ºC.
The School firmly believes that no society can claim greatness and survive long if its foundation is not built upon a strong ethical base. The School therefore lays strong emphasis on the moral, aesthetic and physical growth of each individual. The School also does not ignore inculcating a sense of social responsibility and environmental awareness.
The School also firmly believes that education must encourage and help to develop skills in communication, critical thinking, reasoning, analysis and synthesis. This is the least that is expected of an educated person.We expect our children to leave the School with qualities like independent thinking, intellectual curiosity, compassion, self-confidence and commitment; all necessary ingredients to take the society forward.