OUR SOUTHERN BOYS DO REALLY WELL AT DOON AND WE WANT MORE OF THEM’
Dehradun, 13 March 2015: The Doon School, one of India’s oldest boarding schools and alma mater of stalwarts like Rajiv Gandhi and Amitav Ghosh amongst many others, is delighted to announce thatthe Headmaster, Dr Peter McLaughlin will be visiting Hyderabad on Friday 3rd April 2015. During his visit, he will be meeting prospective parents, giving presentations on the school’s specialist approach to boarding education for boys aged 12-18. The presentations will outline the school’s academic curriculum and commitment to science and first class university and college offers. Dr Mclaughlin will also be talking to parents about the admissions process and the availability of financial aid.
For more details about the Headmaster’s visit to Hyderabad and attend the conference, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Madan Kothari, Head of Admissions by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone:+91 (0) 135 252 6406 or visit www.doonschool.com
The Doon School is in international membership of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) and is also in membership of the International Boys School Coalition (IBSC) as well as being an IBO world school.
The Doon School has long been a specialist boys boarding school and is perhaps the only school in India that is an all India school with representation from all 29 states and also from USA, UK, Singapore, Dubai, Nepal, Africa, Canada, Abu Dhabi.
Dr. Peter McLaughlin said, ‘The Doon School is fortunate to have boys from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana applying to sit our Entrance Examination every year. We find that boys from both these states flourish and thrive with us intellectually, creatively and sportingly and we are very delighted to be coming to Hyderabad this term to meet prospective parents and to get to know their sons.”
“There are many South Indian families who want to get their boys into Doon. They are not just looking at academics but also at a broad and balanced education. The strong emphasis South Indians have on science and technology, and their social and political values, will add so much value to our diversity and to the school community as a whole”. added Dr. McLaughlin.