School can be a student's window to the outside world; hence, a training ground to face it confidently. Our three-dimensional approach offers students to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. These activities allow students to explore their interests and cultivate their talents. More than a way to explore individuality, and a practical application of class room knowledge transfer from school into the "real world". The wide ranges of following activities have been implemented as part of academic calendar for the year 2010:

  • Public Speaking
  • Community Awareness and Involvement
  • Field Observational Visits
  • Competitions in the area of Creativity and Expression
  • Student Leadership and Civic Responsibilities
  • Sports and Games –Indoor and Outdoor

Such activities have not only provided fun but also instructed students with lessons that will last them a lifetime! Additionally, we have introduced co-teacher and mentor concept to give students a wider access to interact and learn from multiple sources.