Hebron School was established in 1899. It is Hebron School co-educational residential school which exists to provide an affordable international education (drawn from a British tradition) based on sound Christian principles for children aged from pre-school to university entrance. It seeks to provide schooling for Christian worker children in Asia, Africa and the Gulf Region in addition to others who require an international education.
In Hebron School students study the English National Curriculum leading to IGCSE in Standards 10 and 11 and to ‘A’ levels in Standards 12 and 13. Hebron School has over 170 computers used for teaching and administration. All computers are networked together and provide access to individuals files, departmental files, email and internet.
Hebron School Admission Procedure and Admission Fee:-
1. Hebron School, as an international school, will only consider an application as serious if there are valid reasons why the applicant should follow an international curriculum in India. These reasons need to be clearly explained to us by accompanying letter. All prospective applicants need to have applications lodged by the end of January of the year admission is sought. The following should be sent with the application:
application fees – an amount of Rs.1500/- by way of CASH or DEMAND DRAFT only payable to Hebron School and drawn on any bank in Ootacamund (Udhagamandalam). Cheques will not be accepted.
covering letter indicating why the family wishes their child to be study at Hebron
recent school report
copy of birth certificate and passport (if available)
2.Admissions for the academic year commencing in August are usually decided in March of that year by the Admissions Committee. Application reaching us after the Committee meets can be registered and considered for the following year although they will be kept on a waiting list. Occasional vacancies may arise during the year and these could be filled from the waiting list.
3.Note that Hebron is a small school (total enrolment approximately 350) and this means vacancies are few. It is not unusual for no admissions to be made to certain classes in a particular year. We want prospective applicants to know about the limitations. It would be most unwise not to prepare other options.
4.To preserve the integrity of our admissions policy, we cannot respond to pressure or representation. Cases will be fairly and compassionately considered on their merits. We can assure you that Hebron will do its best for each and every applicant for admission.
5.Hebron is primarily a boarding school (from age 9 yrs upwards) and there is only a small quota of day students.