Loselling Middle Secondary School

Loselling Middle Secondary School
Thimphu Thromde

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Loselling Middle Secondary School, which is formerly known as “Changjiji” is sandwiched between two highways, the nation’s only expressway to the west and national east-west highway linking Thimphu – Simtokha via Lungtenphu t o the east. It is three kilometers away towards the south of capital city. His Holiness venerable Je-khempo, Trulku Jigme Choeda, renamed it as Loselling during the consecration of the school on 19th September, 2005. The school is perched at the elevation of 2300 meters from the sea level. The school commands a panoramic glimpse of the major part of Thimphu. Thimphu-chu serves as a natural border to the west. Towards the south it is bordered by Changjiji housing complex.


The school with an area of 5.32 acres registered under Plot no. LS -1, bearing Thram no. TT-813 has eight double storied buildings with latest technology (LGSF) of its kind in the country. The school was established in 2005 to cater the populace of Changjiji Housing Complex and its peripheral areas to ease the inexorable enrollment and admission pressure borne by schools in the capital. The first principal, Mr. Tshering Niedup and his team of dedicated teachers left no stones unturned to lift the image of the school as one of the exemplary and leading model school in imparting wholesome and quality education.


The Second Principal, Mr.Sonam Phuntsho served the school from 2008 till 2016. During his tenure, he brought drastic improvement in the field of academic excellence, infrastructure development and other co-curricular activities.


With every academic year passing by, the school is facing a Herculean task of student enrollment pressure owing to overpopulated residents in Changjiji. The current principal Mr.Tshering Dukpa transferred from Jigme Namgyal LSS, took over the school management at the beginning of 2017 and superannuated in early 2019. Currently there are one thousand three hundred forty five students. It is nurtured by fifty three teachers and fourteen support staffs.