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Hebron School

Hebron School International | India
Hebron School a Christian, International, co-educational, residential school, located in the beautiful Niligiris Hills of South Indian

Hebron School is an independently managed, multicultural, co-educational residential School. Founded in 1899 to serve the Christian worker community of India and South-East Asia. The School continues to fulfil its original purpose despite its growth in size and is styled an International School recognised by the Government of India and the State of Tamil Nadu. It is a predominantly boarding school existing to provide an affordable International education (drawn from a British tradition) based on sound principles for 360 students aged 5 to 19 years. It seeks to provide schooling for children whose parents work in Asia, Africa and the Gulf Region in addition to others who require an International education. Hebron School offers the English National Curriculum, culminating in the GCSE, IGCSE and GCE AS/A2 examinations.

Hebron School is located in the beautiful Nilgiri Hills of South India with two attractive campuses. Lushington campus is next to the famous Botanic gardens in Ooty.  Lushington Hall is on a 20 acre densely wooded property which has a good range of educational and sports facilities, including an indoor Sports Hall, playing fields, swimming pool and hostel.  Selborne hostel for Stds. 8 – 13 girls is 2 kms from the Lushington campus.

Hebron School is home to a diverse multi-cultural community made up of around 30 nationalities. Hebron has approximately 65 teaching and 35 administrative staff. Staff come from India, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada, Kenya, South Africa, South Korea and Europe. As a boarding school the residential care provided at Hebron is personal and endeavours to create a home away from home. Hebron is a lively, busy community in which gifts and talents of both staff and students have ample opportunity for expression and development.

 Staff who work at Hebron School do so out of a sense of calling and service. The school provides remuneration at local Indian rates, as well as full accommodation. Hebron staff have a high degree of job satisfaction and a strong appreciation for the School's aims and purpose. Most staff leave with a strong sense of the strategic role that Hebron plays and with deep appreciation for the years they have served at Hebron. In recent years several staff have returned for a ‘second innings’ – testimony to the value they place on serving at Hebron.

The school is committed to its motto, ‘Deo Supremo’ (God First).

More information on the Website : www.hebronooty.org