What Is It That Makes Hebron Special?
We thought that there is no better way to demonstrate a snapshot of Hebron School than to interview some of our students and staff and ask them what they like about being at Hebron and what they really think is the essence of this unique school. We invite you to watch the short video below.
Unique in the landscape of education in India
Established in 1899, Hebron School is an independently managed, multicultural international, co-educational residential school. Hebron School broadly follows the structure of the English National Curriculum, culminating in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education examinations (Standard 11), and the General Certificate of Education Advanced Level - AS examinations (Standard 12) and A2 (Standard 13). An affordable, globally-focused education based on sound principles is offered at Hebron School, a co-ed residential school, for students from preschool through to university entrance.
One of the most important objectives of instilling strong ethical and moral standards in students is for them to attain their full potential in all areas of their lives: academically, physically, spiritually, socially, and artistically. This will enable them to live selflessly as complete people who serve God and their community. The school is committed to its motto, ‘Deo Supremo’(God First)
We are steadfast in our commitment to upholding the fundamental principles upon which the school was established: to provide a caring family environment and nurture children from all backgrounds and a broad ability range. We aim to provide children with an education that will help them develop a considered and balanced worldview. Understanding Christ's teachings and how they apply to both individual and community life is a crucial component.
Every student is cherished in our eyes, and we believe that they all need to be nurtured in a loving and caring environment. We hope that such an environment will challenge the students to consider their life's purpose and direction while preparing them for life after school in the global community.
My years at Hebron were some of the happiest years of my life. At a unique school in the magical setting, 7,000ft high in the Nilgiris Hills in South India, Hebron is a truly International School with pupils from all over the world and equally international teachers of the highest quality and commitment.
— Lord Bilimoria
CBE, DL; Chancellor, the University of Birmingham, President of the Confederation of British Industry