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Auckland House School has a past worthy of notice. Lord Auckland, the then Governor- General bought the house in 1836, for the use of himself and his sisters. Later Viceroys moved elsewhere and the house was sold. The School authorities bought Auckland House in 1868. The project for starting a school to provide sound education to girls on Christian principles was initiated by the Rev. J.B.D Aquilar in 1864. It was given a practical shape by a Church-related ladies group in Dalhouise who began collecting funds for this school which they wanted to be placed in Dharmamsala. However on the persuasion of Mrs. Cotton, wife of Bishop Cotton, it was founded in Shimla in the spring of 1866 at Holly Lodge on Jakhu. Two years later, the school authorities bought Auckland House and the name of the school was changed accordingly. The school began with 32 pupils and the the Head was Mrs. Mackinnon. The School shifted to its present site on the 6th of November, 1869, after extensive alterations and additions had been made to the building, including the School Hall.

School Type : Boarding School

Board : CBSE

Type of School : Only Girls School

Grade Upto : Class 12

Fee Structure - Day School

Annual Fees: ₹ 60000

Fee Structure -Boarding

Indian Students

Admission Fees : ₹ 2,500     Security Deposit : ₹ 15,000

One Time Payment: ₹ 7,000     Yearly Fees : ₹ 435,000

International Students

Admission Fee: US$ 15     Security Deposit : US$300

One Time Payment: US$ 150     Yearly Fees : US$ 7,100

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 9 AM - 3 PM
  • Tuesday 9 AM - 3 PM
  • Wednesday 9 AM - 3 PM
  • Thursday 9 AM - 3 PM
  • Friday 9 AM- 3 PM
  • Saturday 9 AM - 3 PM

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