Know The Houses

The House System

The House System

King George School is a co-educational English medium school located at Saramsa, Sikkim. Founded in the year 2016, the school runs classes from Nursery to Class VIII.

Since its inception, King George School is providing quality education to the students for the overall development of the children. King George School comprises of the state-of-the-art infrastructure and an outstanding teaching faculty to offer the finest education for your child.

King George School is a co-educational English medium school located at Saramsa, Sikkim. Founded in the year 2016, the school runs classes from Nursery to Class VIII.

Since its inception, King George School is providing quality education to the students for the overall development of the children. King George School comprises of the state-of-the-art infrastructure and an outstanding teaching faculty to offer the finest education for your child.

Lincoln House

Named after one of the greatest U.S. President, Abraham Lincoln was the key leader in abolishing slavery from the history of the world. He showed indomitable courage to fight and lead a war to save and reunite the nation, the United States of America. His Gettysburg Address became an iconic endorsement of the principles of nationalism, republicanism, equal rights, liberty and democracy.

Alexander House

Named after the world most successful military commander, Alexander the Great; he was a young and legendary hero who was undefeated in battle and created one of the largest empires of the ancient world, stretching from Greece to Egypt into northwest India. Seeking to reach the “end of the world and the Great Outer Sea” he invaded India and the history of Alexander the Great and King Porous is now an illustrious fable of a king’s treatment of a king.

Vikramaditya House

Named after the legendary emperor Chandragupta Vikramaditya of Ujjain, India was famed for his wisdom, valour and magnanimity. Thirty-two tales of the lost throne of Vikramaditya is legendary; thirty-two females on the steps narrates the tale of magnanimity of Vikramaditya and challenges the king Bhoja to equal, in order to ascend the throne. Even the Gods invited Vikramaditya to their court in heaven to deliver his judgement. The Vikram Samvat lunar, and official calendar of Nepal, is said to be founded by the emperor.

Khye Bumsa House

Named after the grandfather of the first Chogyal of Sikkim, Khye Bumsa is known in the history of Sikkim for the covenant of blood brotherhood between the Lepcha priest king of Sikkim, Thekong Tek and Khye Bumsa at Kabi Lungchok, on a solemn oath the he would not discriminate his newly acquired Lepcha subject, when Thekong Tek allowed Khye Bumsa to rule Sikkim after his death. As the legend goes, the eldest son of a Tibetan prince helps in raising pillars single-handedly in the construction of a monastery in Denzong, the valley of rice’ and thereon comes to be known as Khye Bumsa, meaning ‘the superior of ten thousand’.

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