The school is managed by The Wynberg Homes Society, a society registered under the Societies Act of 1860. Under the guidance of the Society, the school has continued to flourish and progress and has firmly established itself as an educational institution that ranks among the finest in the country and which continues to develop and improve - true to the school motto-Excelsior. It runs from January to December, and the academic year during which the students are in residence and attend classes extends nor- mally from March to November.

From the Principal's desk

We have always looked beyond the trimmings and made human endeavour our focus. We boast of having released young people into this increasingly bewildering world who uphold the central tenets of a truly inclusive society -empa- thy, sympathy, generosity, humility and kindness. This is far more than just the sum total of buildings and procedures. We are extremely proud of the 'heart' of the school - our students and their discipline, happiness and approach to life. I welcome all to visit our campus on a working day and experience what life at Wynberg-Allen is like. We would be happy to facilitate the visit if you so wish. Excelsior!

Campus Life:

Wynberg-Allen School fosters a vibrant campus life by en- couraging students to participate in extracurricular activi- ties and contribute to society. They collect plastic waste from the hillside of Mussoorie weekly, which is then sent to the Municipal Authority for recycling. Students also help blind children, orphans, the destitute, and mentally ill pa- tients by visiting their relief centres and orphanages. Other activities include book fairs, music concerts, fancy fairs, cul- tural festivals, business festivals, science quizzes, chess competitions, hockey tournaments, swimming competi- tions, and athletic meets. These events keep students cul- turally active and gainfully employed.


  • ►Classrooms, Art room, Music Room equipped with projec tors and smart boards
  • ►School buses
  • Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Art and Computer Laboratories
  • ►Two well-equipped libraries having a wide range of books
  • A state-of-the-art 1,000-seat school auditorium with a world-class sound and light system at the Senior School and another auditorium at the Junior School
  • An intensive Career Counselling Program for class 10 and 12 students
  • A School Counsellor to help students cope with personal issues
  • ►SS Different hobby clubs
  • ►Photography Lab
  • ►Three computer laboratories equipped with the latest com- puters (125 computers)
  • ►Spacious and well-maintained Boarding Houses for boys and girls
  • ►Two modern kitchens that cater to the health and nutrition needs of the boarders
  • ►R.O. Water Points for both cooking and drinking purposes
  • ►Two dining halls with capacity to seat 300 students each at the Junior and Senior schools
  • Two exercise gyms with state-of-the-art machines
  • An all-weather heated indoor swimming pool
  • ►Olympic standard state-of-the-art indoor gymnasium
  • ►Chess, billiards and snooker arena
  • ►Indoor badminton arena housing 8 badminton courts
  • ►Three indoor basketball courts and three outdoor basketball courts
  • Two skating rinks, tennis courts & art rooms
  • Two track and field events athletics fields
  • Squash Courts
  • An NBA Standard Basketball Arena
  • 45 Staff Quarters that are spacious and offer modern living amenities
  • Two three-storied hospital buildings having 60 beds, OPD wards and quarantine wards