Sahyadri School

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Sahyadri School (KFI)
Tiwai Hill, Rajgurunagar
Pune, Maharashtra, 410513
Coordinates 18°59′03″N 73°46′40″E / 18.984302°N 73.777871°E / 18.984302; 73.777871
School type Private Boarding School
Established 1995
School board ICSE
Principal Dr. Shailesh Shirali
Faculty 45 (approx)
Grades 4-12
Enrollment 280 (approx)
Campus Rural

Sahyadri School (Devanāgarī: सह्याद्री स्कूल) is a residential, co-educational school in India. It is run by the Krishnamurti Foundation, India (KFI) based on the views on education of philosophical speaker and writer J. Krishnamurti. The school has about 280 students and 45 teachers, and is affiliated to the ICSE.


In 1986 the Foundation began work on setting up of the school. Through the efforts of Shri Achyut Patwardhan, and help from many well-wishers, the school was inaugurated on 10 September 1995 (Krishnamurti Birth Centenary Year). It is the second youngest of the KFI schools - its first batch of students graduated in 1999.


Sahyari school on a hill, overlooking the Bhima and the chaskaman dam

Sahyadri school is located off the Pune-Nashik highway, approximately 25 kilometers from Rajgurunagar (Khed), overlooking the Chas-Kaman dam surrounded by gently sloping hills and valleys. The closest cities are Pune (75 km) and Mumbai (a little less than 200 km). It is located on Tiwai Hill, at an altitude of 770m above sea level, in the midst of the Sahyadri Range of Maharashtra.

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