Huddard High School

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Huddard High School
Address
15/54 Civil Lines
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates 26°28′40″N 80°20′46″E / 26.47778°N 80.34611°E / 26.47778; 80.34611
Information
Type Private
Motto Let your Light Shine
Established 1926
Founder Ruth Dutton
Medium of language English
Campus type Urban
Houses       Emerald
      Topaz
      Sapphire
      Ruby
Song Huddard Alma Mater
Publication School Magazine
Affiliations CISCE
Website


Huddard High School, is a private, CISCE-affiliated high school in the city of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Classes are taught in English. Established in 1926,[1] the school is one of the oldest schools in the city. The school motto is "Let your light shine".

History[edit]

In 1926, Huddard High School was founded by Miss Ruth Dutton, a British Missionary. It remained under the control of Scott Wilson, who was related to Dutton, until 1963. In 1970, it was taken over by Mercy Roberts and Ananda Morrow. In 1972, it came under the control of Sophie Shukla, who was the younger sister of Miss Mercy Roberts.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

School extracurricular activities include basketball, tennis, debate, elocution, dramatics, quizzes, music, and Tae-Kwon-Do/Karate.

References[edit]

  1. ^ History, huddard.edu, Retrieved 17 Nov 2013