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“The best education is that which teaches us that the end of knowledge is service.” —Sant Kirpal Singh
An Original Short Documentary Brings Life to the Sant Bani School in Exciting New Ways
“The Story of the Sant Bani School,” is a short documentary by filmmakers Donald Macken (long-time friend of the school) and Kai de Mello-Folsom (SBS Class of ‘07) and was officially released in a DVD Premiere & Open-House Event on March 24th, 2007.
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Read more about the production of this DVD here.
Science in nature
The Sant Bani School is located in Sanbornton, New Hampshire, in a rural setting with access to 200 acres of fields and woodlands. Starting in 1973 with six local children, SBS responded to the needs of the community and expanded to a kindergarten through twelfth grade day school with 175 children. The school offers an education that supports a spiritual perspective while providing sound scholastic training and personal development.
Through nourishing the self-worth of each child, the school models the equality of all, a reverence for life, and a dedication to the ideal of service to others. Sant Bani School alumni live all over the world, working as educators, doctors, parents, military officers, journalists, artists, entrepreneurs, architects, and attorneys, among other vocations. SBS attracts devoted faculty, most of whom have served at the school for over a decade.
SBS has always provided financial aid for every student in need. To ensure financial stability, the school embarked on a five-year campaign to increase endowment and broaden its Circle of Friends. The goal is to raise $15 million, providing for the future of this deeply rewarding and important undertaking. Idealism is alive and flourishing at the Sant Bani School.