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Admission is only confirmed after the receipt of all amounts mentioned above and the Transfer Certificate from the school last attended by the pupil. The Principal reserves the right to cancel the admission to a student on account of any irregularity in the admission procedure and under these circumstances the parent will forfeit the amounts deposited towards the Admission Fee and the Security deposit. Should a parent on his/her own accord decide against sending a student to the school after Admission has been granted, he/she will not be entitled to a refund of either the Admission Fee or the Security Deposit and would be liable to pay one month’s boarding fee and three months’ tuition fee. The registration fee and the admission fee are non-refundable. The security deposit will be refundable without any interest on application when the pupil finally leaves the school or is withdrawn from the school after the specified notice of three months has been given in this respect, and provided that the student has spent at least one term in the school. If the specified notice is not given, the parent is bound by the rules of the school to pay one month’s boarding fee and three months’ tuition fees.

If a child does not appear for any paper or papers in the final examination, he/she will not be given a pass certificate. However, if the child’s performance in the past is commendable, as per the standards set by the school, and the child could not attend examination due to unquestionable reasons, he/she may be allowed to sit in the next higher class provisionally, and will be given another chance to clear the paper/papers in the month of August, provided that the attendance of the child from April to August is not less than 80%. If a child is withdrawn before clearing this examination and the Transfer Certificate is demanded (as per rules of the school rules) it will be clearly mentioned in the T. C. that the child has not been promoted.

A student’s name and date of birth, as recorded on the official documents are official and legal and may not be changed subsequently by the School Authority.  Normally, boarder girls and boys are admitted from the age of five (plus) into class I.  The Principal may at any time, without assigning any reason require a parent or guardian to withdraw his child or ward from the school, if he considers it in the interest of the school. A student suffering from any disease or infirmity which, in the opinion of the Principal, will render him incapable of participating in the total life of the school, will not be eligible for admission and should the Principal discover such a disease or infirmity to exist subsequent to the admission of a student, he will have the right to require the immediate withdrawal of the student.


Mount Sinai School is an English medium Day/Residential school run and managed by Christian minority community. The school is AFFILIATED TO THE COUNCIL FOR THE INDIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS, NEW DELHI preparing students for ICSE (X) and ISC (XII) examinations. The school is under the management of Mount Sinai School Society, registered under the Societies Registration, Act   XXI of 1860.The school is open to all boys and girls irrespective of cast, creed or social status.

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