Guru Nanak Fifth Centenary School Mussoorie
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Sri Guru Nanak Dev Sahib Ji
Late S. Mehtab Singh ji
Late Sdn Jasbir Kaur ji
Guru Nanak Fifth Centenary School Mussoorie (Boys)
Guru Nanak Fifth Centenary School Mussoorie (Girls)
GNFCS (Girls)
GNFCS (Boys)

is an ISO 9001:2008 certified English medium, residential School, run on
Public School lines. Affiliated to the Council for the Indian School
Certificate Examinations, New Delhi & IGCSE Cambridge, the School
imparts education, along most   modern lines to boys and girls, from
KG to ISC (Class XII) in Arts, Commerce and Science streams.

Eternal values preached, propagated and embodied by our Gurus
& Saints are transmitted to the students to form their own
personal code of behavior, to help them live a happy & fulfilled life.
Although, the idiom is Sikh culture, yet, the values are universal.

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Congratulations !
GNFC School got accreditation from
University of Cambridge
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GNFCS boys lifted the
prestigious running
trophy and a cash award
of Rs. 8000/-
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Guru Nanak Fifth Centenary School, Mussoorie

Founded in the sacred memory of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji,
on the occasion of His 500th birth anniversary, celebrated
in November 1969, the Fifth Centenary School was started.
To manage the affairs of the institution, it was decided to
form the Fifth Centenary School Society, which was
registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act, in
June 1970. The Society decided to acquire Vincent Hill. The
society acquired the Shangri-la estate in March 1977,
which houses the Girls School and the Junior section (boys
up to Class III).
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As promised the first community radio station in the
region is functioning in full swing.
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The Amusing Surf
Daily practice session continues
under the supervision of the
swimming coach
Alumni-meet 2011

Over 50 graduates of
GNFCS gathered at
Vincent Hill on 14th
April 2011. It was a
memorable get
together as they
shared their nostalgic
experiences of their
school days.