Seventh-Day Advenitst High School (Khunti) (Khunti, Bihar, IN)

A coeducational boarding school operated by the Northern India Union of the Southern Asia Division, at Khunti, Bihar, about 26 miles (50 kilometers) south of Ranchi. The school property consists of 63 acres (25 hectares) of cultivated and grazing land, with administration building, dormitories, dining hall, auditorium, a small press, play fields, and 10 homes for teachers. There is also a farm and a small dam. In 1993 there was an enrollment of 606 students, with 23 teachers and 10 ancillary workers. The school was opened in 1937 on an eight-acre (three-hectare) mission property near Khunti by C. J. Jensen, from Denmark, with one teacher and four students. There were then two dwellings, one for the principal and the other for the teacher, his family, and the students. When the school fees,...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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Khunti Bihar
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