St. George’s College (Mussoorie), is a premier boarding school in Mussoorie, in the state of Uttarakhand, India, affiliated to the ICSE council. The school, an all-boys residential and non-residential institution, spreading over 400 acres (1.6 km2) of land, was founded in 1853 by the Capuchin Fathers and entrusted to the Society of the Brothers of St. Patrick (Ireland) in 1894. It was opened in a cottage known as Manor House; the name by which the campus is still known. The students are known as Manorites.he school has an alumni network spread across the globe. In 2005, the Indian Air Force gifted the school a trainer jet aircraft, TS-11 Iskra, as a tribute to the distinguished service of the school’s alumni in the armed forces.
The school was established in the year 1853
An all-boys residential and non-residential institution is spread over a whooping 400 acres of area in the estate at Barlowganj village, a hamlet situated 5 km from the hill town of Mussoorie, popularly referred to as the &lsquo:Queen of Hills&rsquo:. St. George&rsquo:s stands on a hill overlooking the Sivalik Hills with a view of Mussoorie and the Dehradun valley.
Affiliated to CISCE the school is committed to providing education to students with different backgrounds and cultures.
After classes, there is a mandatory run for every student around the surrounding hill, called the ":Fox Hill runs":. The runs are followed by sports.
Every month, students get one Sunday as the ":Outing": day, when they are permitted to visit Mussoorie, with each student given some pocket money for the day.
In August, St. George':s hosts the Brother Masterson and Brother Bergin Inter-school English Debates in the junior and senior categories respectively.
During the spring and summer months, when the hills of Mussoorie are blooming with the yellow Mansur flower (after which the town gets its name) and wild berries, students gather berries in the evenings and on weekends