Shree Secondary School, located in Mithileshwar Mauwahi, Dhanusha, is a renowned community-run educational institution that holds a commendable reputation in the neighboring villages. Founded by Late Jahuri Mandal, the school initially began as a small institution offering lower secondary programs. Over time, it underwent renovations and expanded into a secondary school.
As of the year 2080 B.S., the school has an enrollment of approximately 1400 students ranging from Early Childhood Development (ECD) to grade 10. The school community is diverse, comprising various castes including Khatbe, Mandal, Teli, Sudhi, Lohar, dhobi, Chamar, Hazam, Kumale, etc., and adheres to both Muslim and Hindu religions.
The relationship between the school and the community is highly positive, with the community playing an essential role in the school's decision-making processes. Through community donations and personal contributions, the school's infrastructure has been developed. The community consistently supports and promotes the enhancement of educational quality, with TFN playing a vital role in bridging the gap between the school and the community.
However, the school faces several challenges. These include the need for an adequate number of teachers to cater to the high student population, sufficient infrastructure to accommodate separate sections, a playground, proper utilization of the science lab, and the establishment of an ICT room. Additionally, addressing student absenteeism is another significant challenge that the school is working to overcome.