Welham Girls' School (previously known as Welham Girls' High School) is a traditional boarding school for girls located at the foothills of the Himalayas in Dehradun, India. Established in 1957, it has progressed from being a school for privileged local girls to being a school that educates students mostly from North India. The school was identified as one of the top performing schools country-wide based on academic performance,at the Indian School Certificate Examinations for 2013, the Indian school leaving examination conducted at the end of the K-12 system, by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. The girls refer to themselves as Welhamites.
Admissions are offered in Classes VI, VII and XI only, subject to the availability of seats. In Class XI, admission is on the basis of Board Examination results and an Aptitude/Proficiency Assessment to be held in the 1st week of June and subsequent qualification on the Merit List. The school allows students to take subjects across the three streams: Humanities, Commerce and Science.
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