|SelaQui International School|
Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
|School type||Independent School, [Co-educational Boarding school CBSE Curriculum]|
|Motto||Strive to lead|
|Sister school||Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Society|
|School board||Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)|
|Grades||V to XII|
|Number of students||342 Approx|
|Student to teacher ratio||7:1|
|Houses||Six (Agni, Prithvi, Akash, Jal, Girls and Holding House)|
|Colour(s)||Orange and Green|
|Publication||The SeQuin- Newsletter|
|School fees||Around INR 600,000 and USD 10,000 for foreign nationals|
|Uniform||Three-piece grey pin striped suit in Winters Half Sleeves Shirt and Trousers in Summers|
|Avg. Class Size||18-20|
SelaQui International School is a coeducational, residential school located in the village of SelaQui in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand. It is about 20 km from Dehradun on national highway 72, connecting Dehradun with Paonta Sahib and Chandigarh. The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and is open to boys and girls from class V onward irrespective of religion, caste, and ethnicity. All students who live on campus are attached to four of the boarding houses named after elements of the earth and supervised by housemasters and matrons. The school is managed by the Gurukul trust, Which appoints a board of governors headed by a chairman to oversee the school's functioning. The present chairman is Om Pathak, an ex-Indian Administrative Service officer.
Founded in October 2000 as the first IB School in north India, (previously SelaQui World School), now known as SelaQui International School. The school started as an IB school but switched to a national curriculum (CBSE) in 2013. The school is managed by Gurukul Trust, a non-profit charitable organization based in Delhi.
The campus is located next to the Suvarna river. It is a fully residential School, with around 350 students.
The school alumni are referred to as SeQuin and notable among them are Gaurav Pandey and Saurabh Pandey.