House System

The school is divided into four subunits called ‘houses’ and each student is allocated to one house at the moment of enrolment. Students, faculty, and staff are divided amongst four houses. Students will remain in these houses until they complete their schooling.

Throughout the year, these four houses will compete against each other for points which have the potential to earn their house various rewards that are awarded on a monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis.

The goal of the House System is to provide an opportunity for students and faculty to interact across grade levels. In doing so, the school community will benefit from positive peer pressure, increased school spirit, and healthy competition.

The four houses are:

  1. SUBHASH in red reflecting action, confidence, courage, and vitality.
  2. TAGORE in blue symbolizing youth, spirituality, truth, and peace.
  3. ASHOK in yellow depicting wisdom, joy, happiness, and intellectual.
  4. RAMAN in green to symbolize life, nature, Fertility, and wellbeing.

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