It was started by Community Development Centre (CDC), an NGO, which has its headquarters in Balaghat town.
Here,the education is provided from Class I to Class VIII. The school was started with the intention of providing quality education to the students of Garhi and its surrounding villages. About 20 of our students could enter Navodaya Vidhyalas, run by Government of India, since the beginning of our school.
The village of Garhi is far from the outside world and in development too. And for that reason only, we wanted to start a school here. The village lies in between the thick forest area and hills and mostly filled with tribal population with a little illiteracy rate.
The school, which is purely running with a service motto, is supported in all ways by qualified, dedicated and committed staff of CDC.
We feel that students should not confine themselves to education alone. Overall development of all our students is our desire. We encourage our students to actively participate in sports and extracurricular activities too. We already started Spoken English classes for the students of Classes VI,VII and VIII. The school is located in a vast open area to give the children to grow in a good atmosphere.
It is a matter of proud for us that many teachers are working here with less honorarium and with a service motto to serve the poor tribal children in this part of the world.
At the school, we are wishing to provide all the facilities a public school in any metropolitan city has. Now, we are in the process of mobilizing resources for the same. With the support of kind hearted donors, we hope it will be a reality soon so that the poor tribal students from this remote area too can compete with the students who are educated in urban areas in all fields.
2. A library with all kinds of books to make students knowledgeable in every field.
3. All kinds of sports equipments so that these tribal students can participate in key inter school tournaments successfully.
4. One vehicle to pick up and drop the students from the nearby villages