The White Eagle School

Coordinates: 23°13′N 69°25′E / 23.21°N 69.42°E / 23.21; 69.42
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The White Eagle School

Coordinates23°13′N 69°25′E / 23.21°N 69.42°E / 23.21; 69.42
TypeDay School, Secondary School
FounderLate TS Mahipatsinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja of Devpur
School districtKutchh
PresidentTS Krutarthsinh Mahipatsinhji Jadeja of Devpur
Number of students250 (approximately)
AthleticsAthletic event (track and field) and athletics meet held once every year
Athletics conferenceBoys and Girls Assemble
SportsCricket, football, volleyball, hockey
NicknameWhite Eagle

The White Eagle School is a co-educational English day and boarding school in Devpur Jakhwali, Kutch, in the Indian state of Gujarat.


The Eaglet Society, a precursor to the White Eagle School, was started in Mysore in 1934 by Rama Ramachandra Sinhji. The school was founded by a member of his family, Mahipat Sinhji, an alumnus and principal of Rajkumar College in Rajkot.[citation needed]

The White Eagle Senior Secondary School has been affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) since 1994.[1] Under the CBSE, the school's code is 430027. However, CBSE affiliation is impermanent and the partnership may be cancelled at any time.[citation needed]

According to the school, "regular physical activities are offered at the school, where students participate in exercises and outdoor games like hockey, football, and cricket".[citation needed]


  1. ^ "The White Eagle School 4545th best school in India-Devpur Jakhwali Kutch Gujarat". Retrieved 16 February 2021.

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