Spread across a 45-acre green campus nestled in the Shivalik ranges of the popular hill station of Nainital, Sherwood College was established in 1869, Sherwood College is widely acknowledged as one of the country’s pioneer boarding schools. Founded in 1869 as the Diocesan Boys School under the patronage of the Seventh Metropolitan of India, Rev. Robert Milman, this 149-year-old school, which has successfully maintained course through the tumultuous pre independence era and two World Wars into the dawn of a free India, has emerged as a role model co-educational residential (class III-XII) institution providing a judicious mix of academics, co-curricular and sports education to its student
Sherwood College was founded in July 1869. It was the idea of Dr. Condon, H.S. Reid and others under the patronage of the Rt. Rev. Robert Milman, DD, the seventh Metropolitan of India.
The school campus is widely spread in 45 acres, at a height of 6,837 ft. above sea level, in the beautiful city of Nainital. The architecture of the school campus is an aesthetic blend of post-Edwardian style buildings embellished with Gothic patterned windows, Romanesque arches, oak panelled walls, sturdy timber beams, quadrangles, and modern buildings.
The Sherwood College is affiliated from CISCE board. The school offers a world class quality education and assures the overall development of the students. To keep the students and staff at par with the ever changing technologies and new teaching learning pedagogy, from time to time school keeps on conducting workshops and seminars for its students, conducted by Professional agencies.
Along with academic excellence, school also engages the students in a variety of enterprising and dynamic clubs and societies. The purpose of these clubs and societies is to augment the intellectual, social and cultural development of its members. They also foster the worthy use of leisure, ethical character and the integrated life of the boarding system.