Managed by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, Goethals Memorial School is a residential school of India. Set at a distance of five kilometers from the Kurseong town, the school was founded in the year 1907. The school derived its name from Paul Goethals, an ex Jesuit Archbishop of Kolkata. The school allures students from north eastern regions, West Bengal, Bangladesh and Nepal.
It follows the curriculum based on Indian Certificate of Secondary Education. Some of the facilities offered by the school includes computer laboratory with internet connectivity, auditorium, canteen, fitness center, riding club, badminton court, and swimming pool. The school has total student strength of 300 boys and offers admission based on the scores secured in the in-house entrance examination.
|Class||II to X|
|Address/ Location||Kurseong, India|