With a campus of 75 acres, Sandur Residential School has over 400 trees and various plants. New saplings are planted on the 7th of December on M.Y. Ghorpade’s birthday, Mahalakshmi’s birthday and on occasions of dignitaries visiting our school.
The rich bio-diversity of flora and fauna in the 48-kilometer stretch of Sandur hills that starts from Tungabadhra Dam in Hospet taluk to Swamihalli in Sandur taluk. The thick deciduous forest in the plains and on the mountain ranges is distinctly cut out of the rest of the ecosystem in the plains of Deccan Plateau of North Eastern Karnataka. The higher altitude of Sandur is the main reason for the dissemination of flora and fauna of this region.
Over 400 trees
The campus is full of trees and plants and provides a rich bio- diversity.
200 meters from the school a lake which has a 1 km radius.