Capt. William's School (CWS), a co-ed day school, was founded in April 2009 with a view to provide quality education to the children of this small town of Tura, Meghalaya. The guiding force in the opening of this school was to commemorate the many contributions made by the first Chief Minister of the state of Meghalaya Lt. Captain Williamson A. Sangma who spearheaded the movement to attain statehood way back in the early 70's. The school is run by Society, registered under the Meghalaya Societies Registration Act, XII of 1983. The school has a Managing Committee that caters to all the academic needs. The Managing Committee body comprises mostly of retired educationists of the state.

The school aims to provide quality education and all round development of the students of this remote town. The school's endeavour is to focus constantly on creating the leaders of tomorrow by laying more stress on discipline, group and individual activities, value education and to inculcate a sense of national integration among the students. The school admits students irrespective of any caste, creed, religion, community or social status.


Captain Williamson Ampang Sangma, a pioneer in leading the struggle for the creation of the state of Meghalaya, was a statesman and a tribal leader. Born in Baghmara, in South Garo Hills District of Meghalaya, he entered the political field in 1952 and was subsequently elected as the Chief Executive Member of the Garo Hills District Council (GHADC) in 1954. He was elected to the Assam Legislative Assembly in 1957 but later resigned from the post to fight for the cause of separate statehood. Capt. Williamson A. Sangma along with other leaders accelerated the Hill State Movement successfully and led the sustained struggle by the Garos, Jaintias and the Khasis, for the movement from the 1950's

Meghalaya was declared the full-fledged state on 21st January 1972. Elections to the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly was held in March 1972, in which Capt. Williamson Sangma was sworn in as its first Chief Minister with majority. He being one of the major leaders of the Hills Statehood Movement, always craved for a better deal for the Garos who were economically worse off than their Khasi-Jaintia brethren. He also made sure that the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE), which he considered to be the prime importance was in Garo Hills.

Capt. Williamson Sangma was the first ever Governor of Mizoram among the Garos in 1989. After his death, succeeding Government of Meghalaya honoured him by naming several of public properties including educational institutes in his name.


Co-curricular activities help to develop the all-round personality of the students to face the undaunted task and turbulent world of future. Experience and accolades gained through many of these activities help during internships and other school sponsored work programmes. Some of the activites listed below are keenly contested among the students at their House level and also at the Inter School level.

  • Spelling Bee
  • Essay Writing
  • Story Writing
  • Poem Composition
  • Singing
  • Art
  • Reasoning & Ability Test
  • Tables Test
  • Science Exhibitions

    Much of young children's learning comes from participating in games and sports. The potential benefit from sports to children includes the development of healthy physical and social skills, and both help in improved health and sport-specific fitness. The major games played are basketball, football, table tennis etc. The school also conducts Compulsory Mass PT every Friday. The Annual Sports Day is held every year sometime in the month of April-May.


    The School celebrates the following functions:

  • Annual Day
  • Annual Sports Day
  • Children's Day
  • Teacher's Day
  • World Environment Day

    The school library is equipped with over 2500 books. The reading room is well equipped with periodicals, newspapers, journals and magazines. The children are encouraged to borrow books and special time is devoted to Library Reading once a week.


    The school has appropriate safety and security measures in place to protect the school children, the staff and the school property.

  • CCTV cameras are installed at all the main entrances and the corridors of both the floors.
  • Fire extinguishers are installed at all the main areas of the building.
  • Safe drinking water is provided in the school.

    FAITH, EXCELLENCE, TRUTH- The school whole-heartedly follows this motto. The school believes that the growth of the children is not only about his academic learning but also about his attitude towards his life. These children will be living their life in a fast changing world hence the school tries its best to shape these children to become responsible global citizens of the country by constantly focusing on giving them the best.

    Capt. William’s School ensures that the teachers teach and the pupils learn within a disciplined, supportive and thoroughly modern environment. Imparting quality education to each and every child irrespective of caste, creed, sex or religion is the main aim of the school. Education is not only about learning the core subjects, it is also about developing awareness about one’s self; therefore, the school focuses on the holistic growth of the child. As with teaching faculty, we have employed experienced, trained and talented teaching staffs who have dedicated themselves to shape the children well- physically, mentally and emotionally. Each and every teacher gives emphasis on the way the knowledge is imparted in order to ensure that learning is wholesome. Regarding research and development, in order to keep track on the development of the children, we conduct several experimental assessments by assigning the students with different tasks from time to time in all the areas. These assessments help the teacher to develop and stimulate every child’s abilities to his or her highest potential.

    The school lays much emphasis on academics as well as on sports and other leisure activities. Audio-visual room, Computer room, playfields all plays an integral part in this endeavour of imparting wholesome knowledge. To ensure security of students and their belongings, careful thought is applied in the construction of all the rooms and also in the workforce by employing ayahs and security guards.

    Our final objective is to build confident and matured students by ensuring them “Faith, Excellence and Truth.”

    Debzanie Momin, Principal


    The school is located at Capt. William Reserve at Matchakolgre, Tura, Dist-West Garo Hills, Meghalaya. The school building stands amidst the green campus with trees abound. The school spreads over an area of 2 ½ acres. The Academic block houses Class Rooms, Composite Science Lab, Math Lab, Computer Lab, Library Office, Staff Common Room, Audio-Visual Room, separate wash room for both boys and girls, Principal Room, etc.



    The registered children are eligible for Entrance Test. The registration fee is Rs. 500 and is not refundable. The Registration Form along with the prospectus is available at a cost of Rs. 600.

    The following age restrictions as per CBSE norms are strictly enforced


    The syllabus and standard of question papers in case of each class and subject will be that of the immediate lower class. Children are admitted in classes I to VII. No student will be admitted in classes-IX and X. Admission is strictly done on the basis of the performance in the Common Admission Test and availability of seats. A student who does not pass the test is not admitted even if vacancy exists.

    The date of birth mentioned in the Registration Form should not contradict the date of birth indicated in the Transfer Certificate of the previous school. The date of birth once accepted on the basis of these two documents shall be final and shall not be changed/amended under any circumstance. Parents may note that no subsequent request for changes of date of birth of a student will be entertained.

    ACADEMIC SESSION: The academic session of the school begins in the first week of April and end on 31st March of the next year. Winter break is given approximately for 50-60 days (Dec-Feb), a summer break for approximately 20 days (June-July) and a Puja break for 10-12 days.

    TERM: The school has two terms as under:

    TERM-I: April to September, TERM-II: October to March


    Parents/guardians must submit the following documents at the time of admission.

    • A photocopy of the child's birth certificate issued by the municipal board or concerned government departments.
    • Original Transfer Certificate of the previous school studied showing date of birth.
    • Three copies of passport sized and one copy of thumb sized recent photograph of the child.
    • Copy of the child's Final Examination Progress Report.


    The results of the Common Entrance Test will be put up on the school notification board and the parents/guardians are required to check the same on the notified date. The last date for admission and payment of school fee will also be displayed on the board. If no response is received within the fixed date for the purpose, it will be presumed that the offer has been declined and the seat will then be offered to other student from the waiting list.


    • The student is expected not to litter or spit in the classroom and not to damage school property.
    • Bullying of any kind is strictly prohibited and if any student is found guilty he/she shall be removed from the school immediately.
    • Students should not absent themselves from any of the FA Tests and SA Exams conducted from time to time.
    • If a student's attendance is less than 75%, he/she may not be allowed to write the final term examination.
    • A student who fails in more than 2 major subjects may not be promoted even if the required aggregate is met.
    • Promotion will depend on the entire year's performance.


    Fees Structure


  • The total of Admission fee, examination fee, Infrastructure fee, Maintenance fee and Lab fee can be paid in two equal installments (i.e., 1st Installment-Rs.9500.00/- at the time of admission and 2nd Installment--Rs.9500.00/- in the month of September).
  • Fees once paid will not be refunded.
  • School Essentials (books, stationery etc) are payable every year at the beginning of each academic session.
  • Fees for transportation facility will be charged separately.
  • All fees are to be paid in the School’s Office (Timing: Morning-9:10 a.m- 11:00 a.m. and Afternoon- 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m)
  • Last Date of Admission- 09/12/16
  • Academic Session for 2017-18 starts from 05/04/17


  • The total of re-admission fee can be paid in two equal installments (i.e., 1st installment Rs.7500/- at the time of re-admission and 2nd install Rs.7500/- in the month of September.
  • School essentials (books and other stationery, etc.,) are payable every year at the beginning of each academic session.
  • Fees for transportation facility will be charged separately.
  • Monthly fee is payable before the 10th of each month after which a fine of Rs. 100/- will be charged,
  • All fees are to be paid in the school’s office.
  • Fees once paid will not be refunded.
  • Last date for re-admission is 14/04/17.
  • The school offers a concession of 20% on Admission/Re-admission fee of second/third/fourth siblings.
  • WITHDRAWAL: Any student seeking mid-session withdrawal has to clear full fees for the entire academic
  • session.
    • Re-Admission
    • RE-ADMISSION FEERs.5000/-
    • EXAMINATION FEE Rs.1000/-
    • MAINTENANCE FEERs.4000/-
    • LAB FEE(Math,Sc,Lib,ICT)Rs.2000/-
    • TOTALRs.15,000/-
    • Monthly tuition feeRs.1900/-


    The school provides seats for not more than 40 students. The class-wise vacancies are filled up based on a Common Entrance Test conducted every year in the month of November.

    The entrance test are conducted in three subjects viz. English, Mathematics and Hindi followed by an interview for those who qualify and which will be held at the CWS school premises. The test is conducted to assess the child's aptitude, comprehension, computational skills and sociability etc.

  • Pupils coming from schools other than Eurokids Pre-school Tura, will be admitted on the basis of the child's performance in the entrance tests.
  • Generally, withdrawals are not permitted during the course of academic year. In the event of any compelling situation wherein withdrawal is required during the course fo the academic year, the application for withdrawal must be given in writing a week in advance. The TC will not be issued unless all dues to the school including fee for the full term have been paid. A fee of Rs. 200/- will be charged to issue a TC.
  • Application for TC should be made in writing by the parents before 31st March of nay academic year or else TC will be issued only on payment of first term fees for the next academic year. If a pupil has paid the school fee for Term-1 and subsequently applies for Transfer Certificate, the amount shall not be refunded.
  • If a pupil has paid the fees and has not attended the school for even one working day and applies for TC, the same will be issued only on payment of the fees for the whole term.
  • Students who are withdrawn or requested to be withdrawn, will not be readmitted to the school.
  • The Society and Management of the School reserves the right to refuse/cancel an admission at any time without assigning any reason.
  • Students who get detained twice in the same class will be given TC in their best interest.
  • Contact us

    • N.E.C. Road, Matchakolgre
    • West Garo Hills, Tura, Meghalaya
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    • Contact: +91-9436112043