This residential school was set up in 1900 by respected Dr. John Anderson Graham, who was Scottish missionary settled in Kalimpong. It is an educational institution and is located on the picturesque slopes of Deola Hill. Tourists visiting Kalimpong often visit this place. This institute covers an area of 500 acres; the scenic beauty of this school is a source of attraction for nature lovers. The basic aim of the institute is to make education available to the children of local community, who did not have much support. At this place the students are provided world class education and various opportunities aimed at their overall development, thus making them capable of excelling in different fields. A small museum is also housed in this institution that has been dedicated to the wife of Dr. Graham, named Katherine. This school is at a short distance from a famous Hanuman Mandir, which is another revered place of this region.