List of the most expensive schools in India. More information about the history of the school and annual fee structure of the most expensive schools in India.
According to a Morning Star India report, the country is expected to have around 1,186 millionaires by 2024. Even if we look at the present scenario, according to a survey conducted by Credit Suisse, approximately 7,300 new millionaires are being added to the list every year. Every parent wants the best thing for their child so he/she can excel in whichever field they choose to make their career in. Some of India's most expensive schools have been listed below with their annual fee structure, renowned alumni, and the world-class facilities they provide, making them rank as one of the top 10 most expensive schools within the country.
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- Birla Public School, Ajmer
- Bishop Cotton School, Shimla
- Welham Boys School, Dehradun
- Stonehill International School, Bangalore
- The Doon School, Dehradun
- Ecole Mondiane World School, Mumbai
- Scindia School, Gwalior
- Mayo College, Ajmer
- Good Shepherd International School, Ooty
- Woodstock School, Mussoorie
1. Birla Public School, Ajmer
Annual fee structure- 4.5 to 5.5 lacs
The school, primarily called Vidhya Niketan, was founded by the Birla Education Trust in 1944 under the guidance of Dr. Maria Montessori. This is an all-boys school and is equipped with 16 boarding hostels, arch range, horse riding training field, courts for soccer, hockey, basketball, handball, volleyball, cricket, table tennis, boxing ring, swimming pool, gymnasium, and two spacious auditoriums.
The school has a well-renowned alumni list consisting of general V.K Singh (retd.), Mr. Vivek Chand Sehgal, and Mr. Vinod Rai.
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2. Bishop Cotton School, Shimla
Annual fee structure - Approximately 4.8 lacs
Founded in 1959, this is considered to be one of the oldest boarding schools in Asia. The school's campus is spread over 35 acres in the beautiful hills of Shimla. It has four houses named Curzon, Ibbetson, Lefroy, and Rivaz. It has a dining area, shooting range, and internet browsing center.
3. Welham Boys School, Dehradun
Annual fee structure - Approximately 6 - 6.5 lacs
It was established in the year 1937. Spread over an area of 30 acres. It has a learning resource center that includes an audiovisual room, gallery, language, and art department. The school has a total of 11 hostels and has its playfield and courts.
4. Stonehill International School, Bangalore
Annual fee structure - 9 lacs
It is a non-profit school established under the Embassy Group. It conducts CAS programs that stand for creativity, action and, service. The school also conducts field trips, creative art classes, and technology classes. It has been observed that several students from various countries enroll in this school.
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5. The Doon School, Dehradun
Annual fee structure - Approximately 10 lacs
This is an all-boys boarding school established in 1935. It is famous for its renowned alumni, such as India's former late prime minister, Mr. Rajiv Gandhi, current Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Indian politician Jyotiraditya Scindia, Punjab CM Amrinder Singh, and Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik. This school provides its students with learnings of life skills.
6. Ecole Mondiane World School, Mumbai
Annual fee structure - From 6.9 to 10.9 lacs
The school has its own media center, IB and performing arts, cafeteria, sports facilities, and extracurricular activities opportunities. The school's alumni students are said to be holding good positions in different fields such as fashion designing, film, and media, etc.
7. Scindia School, Gwalior
Annual fee structure - Approximately 13 lacs
It was established in 1837, presently governed by Jyotiraditya Scindia, who belongs to the House of Scindia that once ruled in Gwalior. The school offers co-curricular activities, community services, in-school services, counseling, special education needs, and sports opportunities.
8. Mayo College, Ajmer
Annual fee structure - Approximately 13 lacs
It is an all-boys residential, public school established in 1875 by Richard Bourke. It has a school strength of around 750 students. Extended in an area of 187 acres, this school provides its students with robotics teaching, 3D printing, photography, glasswork, organic, community work, NCC, metalwork, carpentry, fine arts, sculpting, screen printing, and much more.
9. Good Shepherd International School, Ooty
Annual fee structure - 6 to 15 lacs
Established in 1977, this school has curricula of ICSE/ISC/IGCSE/IBDP. It is one of the first of five schools to be awarded the 'council of international schools-global citizenship certificate.' School audio-visual theatres, language labs, design studio, visual art studio, science, maths, and computer labs.
10. Woodstock School, Mussoorie
Annual fee structure - Approximately 17 lacs
Established in the year 1854, this school is one of the oldest boarding schools in Asia. The school is famous for its renowned alumni, who are famous writers, scientists, and researchers. It is the most expensive school in the country due to its rich pride of 160 years and renowned alumni.