The school is located at Raiwala on the 10 Km milestones between Haridwar & Rishikesh (NH-58) in the hill state Uttarakhand which was carved out of Uttar Pradesh in 2001. Raiwala is thickly populated village known for an expansive Military cantonment and Forest Depots. It is approximately 675 meters above sea level and about 40 kilometers away from the delightful Doon Valley.
The Valley nestles in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalyas and is bounded on the South by the Shivalik Range of hills separating it from the plains. On its East and West, the Valley is bounded by India’s two most famous rivers, the Ganga and the Yamuna, the glacier sources of both of which lie about 35 km apart, around 200 km north of Rishikesh.
Raiwala is situated about 250 kilometers north, north east of Delhi and is well connected to the Capital by air, train, bus and taxis. The nearest airport being the Dehradun airport located at Jolly Grant on the Rishikesh – Dehradun highway. Raiwala itself has a railway station which is approximately 2 km away from the MAMS campus. It is also an overnight journey from Lucknow and a 4 hours drive from Chandigarh. The hill station Mussoorie, also known as the Queen of Hills, at 2000 meters above sea level is only 60 km away on a first class motorable road.
The climate has 3 main seasons – the summer heat is confined to mid-April, May and June followed by a long wet monsoon from July to September. The rest of the year is delightful, clear and crisp with December and January temperatures coming down to an average minimum of 7 degree Celsius.
Dehradun is well known as the home of Schools, institutes and Organizations. The Indian Military Academy (IMA), the Survey of India, the Forest Research Institute (FRI) and Colleges, the Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), the Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP) and many other well known organizations are all located here.