Glory School

  • P Project/Program

A Active

Key Information

Founded in 2012, Glory School offers K-10 education serving nearly 290 students from the remote villages outside of Chandigarh in the Himalayan State of Himachal Pradesh.

Glory School addresses the need for quality education in the remote villages outside of Chandigarh. The school is open to all children and particularly aims to educate and empower girls. It strives for excellence in academics as well as in the arts, music and dance, athletics, and computer and information technology. Its after-school programs provide moral education for children and early adolescents with focus on empowering them to contribute to the betterment of their communities

Lead Implementing Organization(s)


South Asia


Government Affiliation

Non-governmental program


2012 -


Not applicable or unknown

Ministry Affiliation



Not applicable or unknown

COVID-19 Response


Areas of Work Back to Top

Education areas


  • Primary completion
  • Primary enrollment
  • Primary to secondary transition
  • Secondary Enrollment


  • Remote Learning


  • Curricula/lesson plans


  • Other academic performance-related

Cross-cutting areas

  • COVID-19 Response
  • Empowerment
  • Gender equality

Program participants

Target Audience(s)

Boys (both in school and out of school), Girls (both in school and out of school)


Not applicable or unknown

School Enrolment Status

Some in school

School Level

  • Lower primary
  • Upper primary
  • Lower secondary

Other populations reached

Not applicable or unknown

Participants include

Not applicable or unknown

Program Approaches Back to Top

Reducing economic barriers

  • Scholarships/stipends for school fees

Program Goals Back to Top

Education goals

  • Improved academic skills (literacy and numeracy)
  • Increased enrolment in primary school
  • Increased grade attainment
  • Increased primary school completion
  • Increased re-enrolment in school among out-of-school children
  • Increased school completion (general)
  • Increased school enrolment (general)
  • Increased years of schooling

Cross-cutting goals

  • Increased agency and empowerment
  • More equitable gender attitudes and norms