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Kathmandu University High School belongs to and is directed by Kathmandu University. It is a wholly non-profit making institution. KUHS was founded in 1998 in a rented building in Dhulikhel, with a first intake of 60 primary students. Each year it added one intake until class 10. In 2000, it moved to its own beautiful new campus in Chaukot, provided by Kathmandu University. In 2009 the school opened the A level programme from the University of Cambridge International Examinations.
KUHS has different teaching methodologies. It recognizes three main types of learning: receiving information from teachers or textbooks: learning from observation and experience: and learning to think for oneself. All three methods are important and support each other. Our teachers try to combine them to make lessons stimulating and interactive.
Kathmandu University High School
Chaukot, Kavre, Banepa, Nepal
Highlights of KU A Level
Facilities in KUHS
The facilities for the students are of a high standard. The laboratories have recently been completely refurbished and the large classrooms ideally suited for just 25 students; the maximum number in any one class.
There are hostel facilities for boys and girls. Students usually share a room with another students. Experienced wardens supervise the ho
Subjects Offered: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, General Paper and English Language AS Level. All students take Mathematics and General Paper, or English Language AS Level. Students study five subjects. There are therefore two options available:
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Paper or English Language AS Level
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, General Paper or English Language AS Level
Scholarships at Fudan University, Shanghai, China after A Level
Fudan University is one of the top universities in China. KUHS has developed a strong and continuing link with this Prestigious University. Fudan University offers Three Full Scholarship in both engineering and
Medicine every year to the students of KUHS. However, additional places are also available for the students who can support themselves financially. Presently five students from KUHS are studying there.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
Our school has launched this award in 2010 A.D. and more than 70 students are already awarded the Bronze Award.
The award is a leading structured (non-formal education) youth development program, empowering all young students between age 14-25 to explore their full potential regardless of their location and circumstances. Each young person who takes part in the Award learns a skill, improves their physical well being, volunteers in their community and goes on an adventure. All participants are supported by a network of adult Award Leaders, Assessors, supervisors, and mentors.
This Award helps the students to get scholarship in the international univers