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The Asian School is Ranked # 1 co-educational Boarding School in Dehradun

 To bring together the traditions and ethos of India and modern technology in an environment where every child is an individual, The Asian School offers English medium, secular, co-educational education from classes Nursery to XII. The School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.

There is no better place for a child to appreciate the joys of nature and to become environmentally conscious. The view of the Himalayas from the school, the abundance of trees and the chatter of a myriad variety of birds enhance the joy of learning. We believe that responding positively to the genuine needs of our students determines our success.

The School is situated on a 16 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. We have 4 hostels, 2 for senior boys, 1 for junior boys and 1 separate hostel for girls.

A housemaster, tutors and a matron live within the Student House providing round the clock supervision. The students are housed in three separate hostels - one each for junior boys, senior boys and girls. 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, gymnasium, three larger sports fields, dining hall, activity rooms and a gymnasium provide activity-based experiences and leisure pursuits for the children in their spare time.

Conscious efforts are made to inculcate the reading habit and develop communication skills. In the middle section (VI to VIII) teachers integrate technology into the learning process. In the senior section (IX to XII) the focus is on achieving "good results" at the board's examination.