Extra Curricular Activities
At the school, all students participate in co-curricular activities. Through core activity groups, the school seeks to facilitate students who show promise of strong aptitude and interest in any sporting or non-sporting activity to focus and build on such competencies. This system would help develop students in the core activity group for sporting activities to progress to school sports teams that compete inter-scholastically.
Similarly, students in the 'core activity groups for non-sporting activities would get extended opportunities to develop their creative talents and thus equip themselves for performances as well as in competitions.
The 'core activity groups for sporting activities include basketball, football, cricket, table-tennis, judo, volleyball, rugby and taekwondo while the core activity groups for non-sporting activities are planned for Indian and Western Performing Arts (both vocal and instrumental), dance, drama, art and Model United Nations participation in core activity groups would entail students to spend extra hours of practice beyond regular school hours.