Arts Education Club

Choir Club:

The Arts Education class is designed to provide students sufficient avenues to learn and practice various co-curricular skills according to their born inclination and basic aptitude. The Choir Club forms an integral part of the Arts Education Class and comprises of exposure to both vocal and instrumental musics. Students learn and practice various forms of Indian and Western Light Music. Recognizing one’s musical ability , honing one’s singing/instrument playing skill and learning all aspects of this performing art are the objective of this co-curricular class. The year round cultural practices and events held in the school provide the young learners ample opportunity to showcase their talents through solo and group performances. The Choir Club allows for a very educative yet entertaining interaction between the budding singers, musicians, their music teachers and the audience at large.

Basketball Club:

Perfection is our goal- excellence will be tolerated

Keeping the above dictum in mind we teach the young players the basic skills and not the system alone. They need to learn how to play & play with all fun and enthusiasm. Girls of our BASKET BALL Team are encouraged to discover their abilities and enjoy the game and the associated competitiveness with all the heat and fervor.

Dance Club:

“Dance is a type of art that generally involves movement of the body, often rhythmic and to music.” It is performed in many cultures as a form of emotional expression, social interaction or exercise in a spiritual or performance setting and sometimes used to express ideas or tell a story or to depict devotional stories related to the supreme power.

Indian classical dance is a relatively new umbrella term for various codified art forms rooted in Natya, the sacred Hindu musical theatre styles whose theory can be traced back to the Natya shastra of Bharat Muni (400BC).

CJM (DANCE CLUB) - provides perfect environment to the students where they have been taught different forms of dance, bharatanatyam, semi classical, folk, contemporary, free style and many more.

The learning of mudras and basic steps, facial expressions meant for classical dance etc. has been given prior importance while teaching bharatanatyam and semi classical dance form.

Dance club conducts different activities to improve and improvise the dancing skills of the students every month. Children take keen interest in all activities and participate with great enthusiasm. Every year different programs are held such as teacher’s day, Christmas celebration, national festivals, talent hunts and many special events where students are given opportunities to express their talents and creativity in dance. Annual function is the platform where there is hundred percent participation and every student gets chance to perform and prove her worth. All these activities help in building up the confidence level of the students and further improving upon their skills.

Literary Club

The Literary Club is formed to foster love for books and generate interest in literature among students, and thus promoting literary activities in the school. The wide spectrum of literary activities undertaken by the Literary Club includes book discussions, interaction with authors, review writing competitions, literary quizzes, visits to book fairs and libraries, workshops, book jacket designing competitions, screenings of films based on famous books etc. The club members are also given summer reading lists and guidelines of recommended books to read during holidays.

Heritage Club:

The idea behind forming the Heritage Club is to create awareness and appreciation in heritage related activities amoung the students. Every student who becomes a member of Heritage Club is motivated to participate in heritage conservation and to know more about their local and natural heritage. Our Heritage Club is affiliated to ‘the Indian National Trust For Art and Cultural Heritage’ (INTACH) which is a non-profit organization set up in 1984 and is meant to protect and conserve World Heritage. See website:

Thought for the day

The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.

~ Nelson Mandela