The School is about 25 kms. from the ancient temple town of Nasik and the famous Jyotirlinga of Trimbakeshwar is 6 kms. down the road. It is located amidst the beautiful and hilly terrain of Anjaneri Hills-part of the Sahyadri Range in the state of Maharashtra- in Anjaneri Village, which is the birth place of Hanuman. The school is about a kilometre away from the state highway , SH22.
The school is about 110 Kms from the sacred temple town of Shirdi, where lived the sufi saint Shirdi Sai Baba, beloved to both the major communities of our country. Distances from other prominent places are as follows: Nashik Road Railway station - 33kms, Nashik Airport- 28kms, Igatpuri- 52kms, Sinnar- 54kms, Lasalgaon- 83kms, Malegaon 133kms, Manmad- 116kms, Kalyan- 144kms, Thane- 151kms, Mumbai- 172kms, Dhulia- 187kms, Aurangabad- 205kms, Nandurbar- 223kms, Pune- 235kms, Jalgaon- 275kms, Bhopal- 640kms, Hyderabad- 682kms, Bangalore- 1078kms, New Delhi- 1294kms, Kolkata- 1926kms
The climate here is moderate with the maximum temperature never exceeding 40 degrees Celsius and the minimum never going below about 10 degrees Celsius. Summer season is the driest part of the year with relative humidity ranging between 20 and 25 per cent. The skies are overcast in the south west during the wind-based monsoon season and during the rest of the year the skies are generally clear or slightly clouded; but very beautiful. Winds are generally light to moderate- with some stronger winds during the latter part of the summer and in the receding part of the monsoon. The winds blow gently across the campus soothing and consoling it to provide to the caring lap of nature. The gentle sway of the tall grasses and leaves around is a spectacle to watch!