Aadarsha Secondary English School

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Aadarsha Secondary English School, Mahuli-9, Saptari
Aadarsha Secondary English School (logo).jpg
Location
Bakdhauwa-9, Saptari, 56400
Nepal
Information
School type Public
Motto In service of education
Established 2001
Founder Bhuwan Prasad Acharya
Administrator Ashok Acharya
Principal Gunaraj Kattel
Teaching staff 56
Employees 60
Grades Pre-Primary to Grade 10
Age range 3 years to 18
Number of students About 600
Student to teacher ratio 20:1
Medium of language English
Language English & Nepali
Hours in school day 6
Colour(s) White and grey
Affiliations School Leaving Certificate (Nepal), PABSON
Website

Aadarsha Secondary English School is a day school in Saptari, Nepal. It follows the School Leaving Certificate (Nepal) Board, and is planning to run the Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) pattern of education. The school caters to children from nursery to Tenth Standard. It has 100% pass result in every SLC examination.

History[edit]

Aadarsha was founded in 2001 by the local farmers of the area. It was established by a fund from its mother institution Aadarsha Bahumukhi Dugda Udpadan Sahakari Sanstha with a view of providing quality education to farmer's children.

Infrastructure[edit]

The school has a built-up area of about 20,000 square meters. It is a three-story structure with a canteen and a playground to play sports and to conduct physical training and drills. It also has science and computer laboratories.

Sports and co-curricular activities[edit]

The school encourages co-curricular activities and holds at-least one competition each month. The school's sports team has won many tournaments, one of them being the President Cup.

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