Guru nanak fifth cenetary school -mussorieGuru Nanak Fifth Centenary School is an English medium, residential School, run on Public School lines. Affiliated to the Council, ISCNew Delhi, the School imparts education, along most modern lines to boys and girls, from KG to ISC (Class XII) in Arts, Commerce and Science streams. Founded in the sacred memory of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, on the occasion of His 500th birth anniversary, celebrated in November 1969.This institution was registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act, in June 1970.
The Society decided to acquire Vincent Hill. The society acquired the Shangri-la estate in March 1977, which houses the Girls School (boys up to Class III). The school has students from Kindergarten to Class XII in two self contained areas within close proximity of each other, The Vincent Hill for boys and Shangri-La for the girls. Shangri-La, situated at 6,750 feet above sea level is on an 11 acre plot, wooded with cypress, cedar and oak, on the south and west, and facing the snow clad Himalayan peaks, to the north. It is at a distance of about 2 Kilometres from Library Point.
Guru Nanak fifth centenary school has been providing the valuable quality education for last 42 years. In the present time, when the youth is being attracted towards Western Culture,
we are giving them true education with moral values and religious thoughts. The aim of GNFCS Society is not only helping the students to secure very good marks in academics but also to become very good role models for future students and to serve in the best way for the betterment of society, nation and mankind.
The academic session starts from the first week of March and ends in the last week of November. The session consists of two terms. The first term gets over at the end of June while the final term is from July to November with a break of two weeks in between.