Amongst the new buildings is the Central Dining Hall, which provides over 3,000 meals a day, an indoor Sports Complex with solar heated Swimming Pool and Squash Courts. The School is constantly upgrading its facilities. Parker Hall, now the School's Learning Resource Centre, provides easy access to archival memorabilia, up to date library resources for enhancing learning and teaching, and computers with internet facilities. In this building alone fifteen computers are installed.
There are many other buildings and facilities of interest, supporting both academic and non-academic activities. Particularly worthy of mention is the main teaching block, the 'Birdwood', which also contains the Barne Hall. Here plays, shows, films, lectures and other cultural programmes are regularly conducted. Around the campus are numerous playing fields, the latest addition is Honoria Basketball Courts.
The oldest and perhaps the most famous is the Barne field which is the main Cricket and Football ground. Descent and ascent to this field alone will exhaust the fittest of players and spectators!
Due to its relative isolated location, Sanawar established itself in a self sufficient manner with its own hospital, printing press, kitchen, laundry and shops. Today, communication is much easier, through e-mail and fax. Provisions are brought daily from Chandigarh, as it is only an hour and a half drive away. Chandigarh also provides easily accessible centres for cultural and educational activities. Improved rail links with Delhi also mean that the School now enjoys the best of both the worlds - privacy and peace combined with modern links.
Sitting on a hill as it does, physical activity is the daily bread of life for all Sanawarians, while the breadth and scope of its buildings provide for every possible need - academic, sporting and pastoral. Sanawar still has magical spaces for repose, where students are free to sit and reflect.