A key aim is for students to develop their full potential - academically, physically, spiritually, socially and aesthetically - so they can live selflessly as well rounded people in the service of God and man. Aged from 5-18, the students represent approximately 25 nationalities and a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.
Hebron is constantly adapting to the changing needs of families living cross-culturally, to the demands of the international community, and to current British educational requirements. The school is under the direction of the Hebron School's Association and it's Council, and is completely independent of any church, mission or government. It is recognized by the Government of India as an International School.