Khen Rinpoche Lobzang Tsetan, a Tibetan Buddhist monk and educator, founded the Siddhartha School in 1995 in his remote home village of Stok, Ladakh. What started in a one-room shed is now an exemplary private school with over 300 students in grades K through 10.
Watch this video featuring Sonam Angmo, a recent graduate of Siddhartha School.
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Enjoy this beautiful retelling of a beloved Buddhist story about a compassionate deer who saves a drowning man, which has inspired readers for more than 2000 years. Forward by Khen Rinpoche. All proceeds benefit Siddhartha School.
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Listen to a message of thanks from Khen Rinpoche, the school’s founder to supporters.
Listen to the school’s librarian speak about the new library and the big difference it has made in the educational life of students.
Get a wonderful glimpse into the extraordinary journey of a Siddhartha School graduate graced with the rare opportunity to study abroad in the U.S.
Siddhartha School Math teacher shares with us a bit of his math class and approach to teaching.
Listen to SSP’s sponsorship coordinator talk about her role and steadfast commitment to sharing news about the children with US sponsors.
The Siddhartha School’s mission is to give the children of Ladakh, India, access to a rich, thoroughly modern education that is in harmony with their Himalayan heritage and their cultural traditions.
The sole purpose of the Siddhartha School Project is to support the school’s mission and vision to become self-sustainable and accessible for all Ladakhi children, regardless of their economic means.