Mayo College, reckoned as the Eton of India, opened with Sir Oliver St. John as the first Principal and one student, Maharaja Mangal Singh of Alwar. He came to the School daily on an elephant. Initially meant only for the sons of chiefs, princes and kings, the School opened its doors for students from all walks of life in the year 1947.
With time, the School has undergone many changes; it’s core essence however remaining unchanged – to focus on multifaceted development of the students revolving around but not limited to their psychological, physical and creative aptitude.
Today it is a 134 years old School, spread over more than 600 acres with all sports facilities one can imagine. Its alumni list is impressive. The School is ranked No. 1 in India by Education World along with the Doon School of Dehradoon.
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