Kalakhola is a small village in the Dang district of Nepal that comprises of Chhetri, Brahmin, Janajati and Dalit families. The community believes in its customs and traditions as a part of their happiness and joy so, every year they organize a special fair in the vicinity during Maha Shivaratri. Currently, due to the lack of exemplary personas in the community, there is a practice of child marriage as well. The members of the community understand the importance of education for their children and are also motivated to send them to attain quality education in schools nearby like Shree Secondary School. Shree Secondary School was founded in 2041 BS to create role models for the upcoming generation for the progress and prosperity of the entire community.
As the members of the community are aware of the importance of education, the enrollment of students increases every year with 766 students studying in the school in this year 2076 BS. The school has well-equipped science and computer laboratories. Though there are projectors and other visual materials in the classroom, they are not utilized efficiently to teach the students because of electricity problems in the village. The drinking water facility is not clean which can cause absenteeism among students due to the spread of diseases such as cholera and diarrhea. One of the major consequences of a lack of role models is that students are involved in vicious activities such as gang fights within or outside of the school. The school is in an immediate need of renovation or construction of a permanent concrete building because there is leakage from the tin ceilings of the classrooms during monsoon season.