Message from The Principal
Mr. Kinga Rinchen
Mongar Higher Secondary School has been educating for over 55 years. It has been delivering quality services and has produced Lyonpos, Secretaries, Directors and other officials.
The School envisions every individual graduates to be the faithful servant of “Tsa Wa Sum” by enabling them to have wholesome development. Except for the old infrastructure and scarcity of water supply, the culture of the school is favorable for all the students to fulfill their goals.
The team of hard working teachers and support staff makes it ever more easier to take up the challenges of being one of the autonomous schools in the kingdom.
AMA (Alumni for Mongar Association) has been strong partner in the pursuit of our goal, besides Dzongkhag Administration, Mongar and other stakeholder.
We remain committed to delivering quality services to our children but would strongly seek the support from different agencies: department and non departmental organization and community. Let us all celebrate the pride and success of MONGAR HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL by being part of it in nation building process.
This Website is launched to mark The Golden
BHSEC and BCSE results
Mongar Higher Secondary School rejoices over its board examination results and further set high its expectations. Tsheltim Yangdan (86.25%) topped the commerce stream in BHSEC and Kinzang Dorji (79.5%) stood third from Arts stream at the national level. It shall be a notable milestone in its journey of academic excellence. Lham Tshering topped the school in BCSE with 90.4%.
Requirements for the year 2016   Click here
Annual examination for classes IX and XI started from 13th of November and finished on 26th. The boarder students were sent to their respective homes on 27th November. All students of classes IX and XI were informed about their result declaration on 17th December, and it will be available on the school website from 12 pm.
November 11th, 60th birth anniversary of 4th Druk Gyelpo Jigme Singye Wangchuk.
11th November, 2015 was a very special and most awaited day for all Bhutanese. It was a day when a great monarch was gifted to Bhutan by the heavens above. The air of festivity and excitement filled Mongar. For the celebration of the 60th birth anniversary of our forth Druk Gyalpo people of all walks of life and ages gathered at the public ground of Mongar town. The most unique about the day's celebration was that the students, unlike the past years, were the audience while the elders of Mongar performed the march past and the dance items. It was a day which brought everybody together and all Bhutanese showed their love and gratification to the visionary monarch of Bhutan.
Global Hand washing day
15th October is marked as an International Hand-washing Day. To mark this day, the health coordinator gave a talk on importance of hand washing and then demonstrated the steps of how to wash your hands during the assembly. After that we had a mass hand washing, where the boys were lead by the gents teacher and girls lead by the ladies teacher. The students had to follow all the steps to wash their hands with soaps being provided by the school.