1. The Lawrence School, Sanawar The Lawrence School in Sanawar is one of the oldest co-ed boarding schools in Asia. It is a member of the Round Square Conference, a club of top schools around the world. Many armed force officers and their children have studied at this CBSE affiliated school. Omar Abdullah, Maneka Gandhi, PreityZinta are some of the famous alumni of The Lawrence School. 2. Lawrence School, Lovedale, Ooty Lawrence School nestled in Lovedale, Ooty is a co-ed school that was established in 1858. This CBSE board school is well-known for its teachings and is gradually welcoming the transforming technology in the school itself. It has recently shifted its focus on digital literacy and encourages students to learn and use online tools, and research. 3. Sahyadri School, Pune Established in 1995, this co-ed school has ICSE/ISC affiliation and a campus spread over 50 acres. Managed by Krishnamurti Foundation India (KFI), Sahyadari School draws inspiration from the teachings of the philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti. Along with the regular curriculum this school offers special coaching for origami, music, dance, drama etc. 4. Sherwood College, Nainital Sherwood College was founded by some Englishmen in the year 1869. It is one of the oldest surviving co-ed boarding schools in India, named after Robin Hood and his Sherwood Foresters.Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan graduated from here. This pretty much justifies the compulsion of this school, which insists that students must participate in sport and cultural activities. 5. New Era High School, Panchgani New Era High School in Panchgani is a privately head, co-ed international school, which came to life in the year 1945. However, it has been upgraded from time to time to suit the changing needs of students. Along with top-notch education, training facilities such as gymnasium-cum-auditorium, an open air amphitheatre and a massive sports ground makes New Era High School stand apart from others. 6. Rishi Valley School, Chittoor Rishi Valley School, Chittoor was founded by the famous philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti in 1926. Referred as the best boarding school in India, this co-ed school has an innovative curriculum and conducts no test or exams for students till Grade VIII. It has also set up an institute for ornithology, making it unique. 7. Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior is an only-girls school which was founded in 1956 by the Late Rajmata of Gwalior SrimantVijaya Raje Scindia. It is a member of Round Square Conference and has a student exchange programme with Woodbridge School in Suffolk, London, with regular educational foreign trips organized for students. Despite of being rooted in royal tradition, this school imparts modern and innovative teachings. 8. Mussoorie International School, Mussoorie At Mussoorie International School, you will witness Indian tradition and cultural heritage blending with advanced technology and creativity. This only-girls school was established in 1984 by the disciples of PanditShriram Sharma Acharyaji. In 2016, Mussoorie International School was ranked #1in Best All Girls Residential School for Pastoral Care and No.4 in Best All Girls Residential Schools in India by Education World. 9. Bishop Cotton School, Shimla Bishop Cotton School, Shimla is an only-boys school affiliated to ICSE/ISC board. One of the oldest boarding school established in 1859, this school has a long list of famous alumni who have excelled in various sectors, ranging from authors to army officers, politicians and more. Also, it has consistently ranked among the top residential schools for boys. 10. Mayo College, Ajmer Mayo College, Ajmer has crossed a century and has consistently maintained its position among the best schools in the world. This only-boys school is affiliated to CBSE board and it has been known for schooling the children of Indian royal families and students from across the world. Mayo College offers finest amenities and ground for sports and other activities.