Clubs tend to focus on culture, social dynamics, and self-interest. These clubs look to satisfy the needs and
demands of students in each school, based on their skills.Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication,
creativity and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization.
Clubs are so vital because they are the ultimate in experiential learning for young people, giving them the
leadership and power to make their own decisions and watch how those school clubs are for the students, of the students and by
the students with guidance from teachers and mentors.
In our school we have seven clubs.Each club has its own dedicated objective and provides students with opportunities to identify and nurture their unique talents.
To raise new questions ,new possibilities to regard old problems from a new angle requires creative imagination and marks real advancement in science._Albert Einstein
The club promotes the interest of science among students. It engages its members with hands-on experiments and a supportive environment to bring their ideas to life.
The aim of the club is to apply science not just within the curriculum as it connects students to the science community outside school.
Unlocking knowledge at the speed of thought is the challenge the quicker thinker upper criteria students face.
The Quiz club aims at fostering an informative, fun and fair quizzing environment for students to participate in. It trains them to conduct quality quizzes as
it channelizes the interests of students in all spheres of life beyond the margins of prescribed syllabi. It inculcates a passion and thirst for
quizzing thereby encouraging them to gain adequate knowledge and exposure.Students are encouraged to ask questions,
think independently and form their own opinions, leading them to be outspoken and expressive, both in thought and action..
The aim of the club is provide a platform for students to learn STEM Robotics, using versatile LEGO robotics kits.
It enables club members to understand mechanical engineering, software development, electronics concepts and robotics principles with the right guidance and equipment
Opportunity may knock only once but temptation leans on the door bell.
The club aims to foster a love for language, enhance literary creativity and provide an avenue for self-expression beyond the
school curriculum. In addition to this the club also focuses on honing the literary skills of students. It inspires students
to develop a taste for literature and also work in the direction of enhancing the students’ spoken and written language.
The club through a variety of activities aim to build confidence and groom the schools’ talent .
Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.
IT or Information and Technology Club aims to nurture creative and programming skills in students,
helping them sharpen their research and presentation skills. The club also aims to promote innovation among its
members as they seek out technological solutions to problems that may arise in a school environment.
It helps students improve their design capabilities and their skills with communication and information technology.
It encourages members to appreciate the role of Information and Communication in today’s world.
Students are introduced to website building and design among other activities and competitions.
Historical events illustrate more clearly than anything the injunction against eating of the Tree of Knowledge.
This is a club where children analyze and present historic artistic masterpieces and hold discussions on the subject of history.
Children discuss and practice techniques that art historians use to preserve valuable pieces of art.
Through history clubs, one will get to learn and discuss important historical eras and events.
“It is clear that the chief end of mathematical study must be to make the students think.” – John Wesley Young
In maths, numbers in general spark the interest of students who, consider doing it competitively by joining Mathletes.
In the intial stages students may not have all the knowledge that one need to be competitive,
but the club will be a great way for them to get ahead in math classes and possibly compete with a team once ready.