Social and Community Service

The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations introduced Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) as a mandatory part of its curriculum.

However Social and Community Service has been an integral part of Mussoorie International School since its inception. Every attempt is made to promote a wider understanding of society through interactions with important and well known personalities in the area of community service and assistance to the under privileged.

The school has over the years adopted villages like Lakhwar and Kempty Village and worked with the villagers in the construction of houses and community centres. Students have also taken an active part in child and adult literacy programmes by teaching English and Maths to them, as well as to the lady workers in the houses, and mentoring their children. The members of the Interact Club of the school, in coordination with the Rotary Club of Mussoorie, have conducted health camps in rural areas, creating AIDS awareness, Swine Flu awareness, and a campaign with a group of doctors for free eye checkups in Lakhwar Village.

The school also encourages tree planting, water conservation and waste recycling. The students have participated in the campaign “Clean Mussoorie, Green Mussoorie”, where they cleaned the areas adjoining the school and received a certificate of appreciation from the Director of Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie


Mussoorie popularly known as the Queen of Hills is a charming hill station in India and Mussoorie InternationaI School is located in these pristine hills.


Boarding Houses

The school takes great care to ensure that the stay in the boarding houses is homely, making it a home away from home for students.