Schools & Communities

Bibles For The World maintains 35 schools in communities and villages across NE India.  These schools range from tiny village schools of fewer than 50 students to our flagship schools in Sielmat, which educate about 3,000 students within a single campus!  You can learn more about each school and its surrounding community by clicking on the images below.

Sielmat Christian Higher Secondary School PreK – 12th Grade

Sielmat Christian Higher Secondary School

Sielmat village is located in Manipur and is connected to the rest of the town by small roads.  It is home to the Hmar tribe.  Most of the population are christians.  The locals are mostly employed as teachers, government workers, mission workers, shopkeepers, carpenters, and farmers.  Most families grow vegetables for their own consumption or to sell to supplement their small income.

Sielmat Christian Higher Secondary School – otherwise known as SCHSS – is our main flagship school.  It is our largest school and currently enrolls over 2,700 students.

Ankhasuo Junior High School PreK – 8th Grade

Ankhasuo is a rural village of about 800 people located in the state of Manipur on the Barak River, which serves as the border of the states of Manipur and Assam. Ankhasuo is situated in a lush valley and is primarily home to the Hmar tribe, although there are also members of the Vaiphei and Bengali tribes residing there as well. The local people of Ankhasuo are mainly farmers, growing crops of wheat, rice, chilies, and various fruits.

Ankhasuo Partner Mission School is a small school making a huge difference. There are 11 staff members and an enrollment of around 217 students at the school. Ankhasuo Partner Mission School is a bright light shining the truth of the gospel and bringing the hope of a future through education!

Chingrawali Academy PreK – 7th Grade

In a dusty, rural region south of Delhi, India, most impoverished families send their children to government schools – or not at all. While the area is largely Hindu and Muslim, a number of parents have decided that a small, isolated Christian school is the better option for their children’s education. Test scores are higher from the Christian school.  And good education may be a child’s only opportunity to escape poverty and the stigma of being from an outcast class.

This simple school has little more than a building and teachers with big hearts.  Sitting at ramshackle desks in dark and spare classrooms, students study science and math, social science and drawing.  They learn English, Bible, poetry and computer skills.  However, the children are learning and are deeply grateful they are learning from a biblical worldview.

Chingrawali Academy has a small 11-member staff.  Together, the few Christian families in the area send about 50 children to Chingrawali Christian School.

Damdiei Jr High School PreK – 8th Grade

Damdiei is a rural village of about 800 people tucked in the hills of Northeast India in the state of Manipur. Damdiei is located in the Southwet corner of Manipur near the borders of Mizoram and Assam and is home to the Hmar tribe. The local people of Damdiei are mainly subsistence farmers growing crops of wheat, rice, chilies, ginger and pineapple.

Damdiei Partner Mission School is a small school making a huge difference. Historically this is an area where 90% of the people have not been formally educated, so this school is truly changing the future for the next generation. Damdiei Partner Mission School has 8 staff members and an enrollment of around 50 students.

Hmarkhawlien Higher Secondary School PreK – 12th Grade

Hmarkhawlien village is a remote village located in NE India in the state of Assam.  Hmarkhawlien is home to the Hmar tribe.  The villagers are mostly Christians.  The villagers depend on the seasonal plantation of pineapples, coconuts and tea for their livelihood.

Hmarkhawlien Higher Secondary School has 27 staff members and an enrollment of 525 students.

King of Kings High School PreK – 10th Grade

King of Kings High School is located in Damcherra, Tripura, India with a population of about 1,000 people.  Damcherra is home to a diverse mix of tribal cultures and religious groups with the Bengali Hindu forming the majority.  Local people grow coffee, raw silk, sandalwood, pineapples and other fruits for their source of income.

King of Kings School has a staff of 27 members and enrolls a little over 600 students.

Leisen PM School PreK – 6th Grade

Leisen is a small village of about 850 people located in Southwest Manipur near the states of Mizoram and Assam. Leisen is one of many villages situated atop the lush, green hills in this area. Leisen is home to the Hmar people. The local people of Leisen are mainly farmers, growing crops of wheat, rice, chilies, and ginger. The primary mode of transportation is walking.

Leisen Partner Mission School is a small school making a huge difference. Historically this is an area where many of the people have not been formally educated, so this school is truly changing the future for the next generation. Leisen Partner Mission School has 9 staff members and an enrollment of around 115 students.

Lungthulien High School PreK – 10th Grade

Lungthulien is a village of about 1,600 people situated just below the peak of one of the many beautiful, green hills of Northeast India.  Lungthulien is located in the Southeast corner of the state of Manipur near the borders of Mizoram and Assam.  Lungthulien is home to the Hmar tribe.  The local people of Lungthulien are mainly subsistence farmers growing crops of wheat, rice, chilies, ginger and oranges.  The primary mode of transportation in Lungthulien is walking.

Lungthulien Partner Mission School is a small school making a huge difference.  Most of the people in this area have historically been uneducated, so this school is truly changing the future for the next generation.  Lungthulien School has 13 staff members and an enrollment of around 170 students.

Muolhoi High School PreK – 10th Grade

Muolhoi is a town of about 4,000 people located in the Southern part of the state of Assam. The Christian population in Assam is only 3%. The local people of Muolhoi are employed as government works, teachers, contractors, shopkeepers, carpenters, and farmers.

Muolhoi Partner Mission School has 14 staff members and an enrollment of around 300 students. The school is a bright light in a dark place, bringing both education and the Gospel to kids who need good news!

Parbung Junior High School PreK – 8th Grade

Parbung is a rural village of about 2,000 people perched upon one of the many beautiful hills of Northeast India. Parbung is situated in the Southwest corner of the state of Manipur near the borders of Mizoram and Assam. Parbung is home to the Hmar tribe. The local people of Parbung are mainly subsistence farmers growing crops of wheat, rice, chilies, ginger and sometimes even pineapple. The primary mode of transportation is walking.

Parbung Partner Mission School is a small school making a huge difference. Historically this is an area where many of the people have not been formally educated, so this school is truly changing the future for the next generation. Parbung School has 15 staff members and an enrollment of around 220 students.

Parvachawm Elementary School PreK – 6th Grade

Parvachawm is a rural village of about 1,000 people nestled upon one of the many beautiful, green hills of Northeast India. Parvachawm is situated in the Southwest corner of the state of Manipur near the borders of Mizoram and Assam. Parvachawm is home to the Hmar tribe. The local people of Parvachawm are mainly farmers, growing crops of wheat, rice, chilies, and some grow ginger. The primary mode of transportation in Parvachawm is walking.

Parvachawm Partner Mission School is a small school making a huge difference. Historically this is an area where many of the people have not been formally educated, so this school is truly changing the future for the next generation. Parvachawm Partner Mission School has 8 staff members and an enrollment of around 129 students.