Welham Boys School is a residential school for boys, in Dehradun, affiliated to the CBSE, India. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas over an area of 30 acres, the school lies amidst the hills and rivers of the Doon valley. Students from varying backgrounds and from many different parts of the sub-continent and beyond, attend the school
Welham Boys’ School was established in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House.
True to its motto, Welham Boys’ has grown into a full fledged institution, and today prepares boys for the C.B.S.E examination. It is a child friendly school which combines the best of traditions with a modern approach to learning.
The Welham Boys’ School aims at providing a positive learning environment, which encourages and empowers all its members to have a highly developed sense of responsible citizenship, which includes a deep sense of justice, an unshaken faith in secularism, an acute concern for our surroundings and an abiding belief in honesty and integrity.
It aspires to turn out individuals who are “multi-dimensional” in their interests, are excited about the pursuit of knowledge, have a broad world-view, can think out-of-the-box, and are “driven” in whatever they may choose to do.
Affiliation : CISCE, NEW DELHI
TYPE : BOARDING SCHOOL (RESIDENTIAL)
ESTABLISHED : 1937