• What facilities are there for Games, Sports and other activities?
  • Inter-House Competitions are scheduled throughout the year and are religiously held in various games and sports. These competitions give the children ample opportunity to display their skills and are conducted in sports like Cricket, Hockey, Soccer, Athletics, Basketball, Badminton, Debating, Recitations, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Chess, Shooting, Swimming, and even Chess and Carrom-board etc. Parade, NCC, Gymnastics, Physical Education, Band (Brass and Bugle), Dance, Music and Theatre/Acting are also taught.

    More details can be viewed in Games & Sports section of the website.
  • Do you have House-System?
  • All the students, both boys and girls, are divided into four Houses, Chinar (Yellow), Deodar (Green), Oak (Red) and Teak (Violet). Each house is looked after by a House master/mistress who in turn are assisted by the student prefects. All teachers are also allocated Houses. Click here for more details.
  • How do you instill leadership qualities in students?
  • The prefect system is an essential part of a residential school for delegating responsibility to children so that they learn to exercise initiative.
  • What are the medical facilities available in your school?
  • The school has a ten-bed hospital and a resident nurse lives on campus in the Dharampur location. Doctors are on call and for emergencies kids are taken to Solan/Chandigarh which are 20/60 KM away respectively.There is a 20-bed hospital with a resident nurse in the Subathu wing also.
  • Do you have a swimming pool?
  • Yes the school has a full-fledged national sized swimming pool.
  • Do you have a gym?
  • The school has a body building and workout Gym with modern equipment and a multipurpose hall with indoor Badminton, Gymnastic equipment for horse, floor and other exercises as well.
  • What are the activities in your school for Girls?
  • There are many activities run for the girls in the school including sports like Cricket, Soccer, Hockey, Swimming, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Shooting, Basketball, Gymnastics, Band, Parade, Acting, Music and Debating. All the evidence shows that girls achieve more and are better adjusted in life if taught in co-educational institutions.

    View Activities section of the website to know more.
  • What hobbies are provided for the children?
  • All pupils are encouraged to pursue some socially useful productive work (SUPW) apart from their usual academic and other physical activities, like Gardening, Indian/Western Music, Dance, Acting, Debates, Band, Computer, Science/Nature/Photography Clubs, Knitting, Art, Craft, Sculpture, Embroidery, Stitching, Cooking etc.

    These activities are conducted during hobby sessions, which are an integral part of the school curriculum. These activities develop their artistic ability, technical skills, aesthetic sense, and help to improve the co-ordination of body and mind.

    View Typical Day and Typical Weekend sections of the website to know more.