Kathmandu University High School
|Kathmandu University High School|
Education beyond the textbook, beyond the class-room
|School district||Kavrepalanchok District|
|Principal||Tejendra Prakash Rajbhandari|
|Grades||1 — A Level|
|Number of students||550|
Kathmandu University High School (KUHS) is a high school in Chaukot, Panauti, in the Kavrepalanchok District, Nepal. KUHS was founded by the Englishman Aidan Warlow in 1998 under the name of Kathmandu University Preparatory School (KUPS). It is non-profit, and owned and operated by Kathmandu University. The school was established in 1998 using a rented building in Dhulikhel, with 60 students. It has since added a new class level each year and in 2000 the school was moved to its own campus. The school has capacity for 450 students.
This school has started A-Level programmes and is affiliated to Cambridge University.
- Shrestha, S. M. (1982). Perceptions of educational leaders of the Kathmandu Valley concerning the administrative skills and knowledge needed by secondary school headmasters of Nepal. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. OCLC 9491873.
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