The Outreach Programme
We believe that it is important for our pupils to understand the challenges which affect the less privileged and the possibilities there are to make positive change
Community services are an integral part of the school curriculum.
Boys are encouraged to participate in one or more of the projects undertaken by the school. The projects include our ’Learning Centre’ for the differently abled children, ‘The Non-formal centre’ for under-privileged children, The ‘Girl Adoption Scheme’ under which the school has adopted seventeen girls and is sponsoring them through their education, The Cancer Care project which also includes support for the paediatric cancer ward, where the students visit the cancer wards at the Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla. Further we support the concept of sustainability through the paper recycling plant, tree plantation schemes, and forest adoption schemes.
Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) is part of the ICSE requirements and various activities are undertaken by each boy for which he is graded at the end of the year.
The boys are guided and counselled through these projects to sensitise them to social issues and develop civic sense to make them responsible citizens of the country.