As we Educate individuals to become compassionate, responsible global citizens who contribute towards sustainable development, our students have done exemplarily well in ISC and ICSE examination.

  • 61 students appeared for class XII, ISC Examination with 50% of students scoring above 90%
  • School average was 87.2%
  • Top Score in Science Stream – 98.8%,  Commerce Stream – 93% and Humanities Stream – 95%
  • School Topper: N. SHIVAKUMAR – Stood State First and securedCentum in Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. 
  • SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI – Stood State Third with 97.6% and secured Centum in Physics and Computer Science. 
  • 75 students appeared for class X, ICSE Examination with 60% of students scoring above 90
  • School average was 88.2%
  • School Topper: Manasa Devi Karthik, Ranked third in the State with 98.2%

We have been consistently maintaining high academic excellence and the credit goes to our Acharyas, who are instrumental in training the students to perform excellently.

  • The new academic session was given a head start by an interactive Parent Orientation for grades II to IX and XI.
  • The process to elect the student council was distinct. Elected candidates from the higher grades underwent a 3 day residential leadership camp followed by the Investiture ceremony.
  • The 5th annual edition of Model United Nations organized by the MUN coordinators was an overwhelming success. Our students also participated and won accolades in various MUNs
  • We hosted our fifth cultural extravaganza, The Vizha, Students from 23 schools participated in various events organized, planned and executed by the team of students.
  • Our 15th Annual Sports Meet started with a yoga demonstration, mass drill and human pyramid formations followed by the track and field events. Finally Agni succeeded in winning the house cup this year.
  • Culture is an inherent part of learning at Hari Shree and UTSAV was a salutation and celebration of our culture, an immersive learning experience where children inquired into culture, traditions and practices through field visits, lecture, demonstrations, short films and interactive sessions with eminent people from various walks of life.
  • Coffee meet was a new initiative to bring stakeholders together, to understand and align with the vision.
  • The Hari Shree Hackathon was an event that primarily focused on identifying the problem solver in each student. At theend of 2 day event, students came up with innovative working prototypes.
  • Global Citizenship: In collaboration with Reap Benefit, an organization working to create a new generation of problem solvers, Students of classes VI to XII solved local environmental and civic problems. The program aims towards being the change themselves and spreading the message in their community.
  • Pradarshan: Planning, scripting and practicing – all in under twelve hours! The students of grade X and XII put up an enthralling show of dance, drama and music, in both English and Tamizh, all woven into a single narrative.
  • Students from II to XII showed their gratitude to the annas and akkas by organizing the Thanks giving Day. Every akka and anna was invited to a potluck in the classrooms, with the students and teachers.
  • Enriching field trips, Outbound trips and workshops provided experiential learning opportunities to the students
  • Varnajala, the 6th Annual Art Exhibition showcased around 1500 works of art and craft of the staff and students of the School.
  • Starting from International Yoga Day, Tamizh Day, Independence day, Janmashtami, Onam, Ganesh Chathurthi, Vijayadashami, children’s day. Pongal and republic day all events and festivals were celebrated in a grand manner.

Our student achievements are varied

  • The Hari Shree girls’ football team emerged as the Tamil Nadu State Junior Girls Champions at the regional level competitions held in Yercaud.
  • At the South India under-12 tournament conducted by R.K.T. Cricket Club in Trichy, our team emerged winners.
  • Our under-12 cricket team won and  U-13 emerged runners up in the cricket tournament conducted by the SCC Cricket Academy

In the literary competitions held in Yelagiri, at the ICSE level,

  • Thoshika Dharshini won the 1st place for Declamation.
  • Dheekshanya and Raghav emerged winners in the Debate Competition, Dheekshanya was also adjudged the Best Speaker.
  • Amrutha Nathan won the 3rd place for Creative Writing.

At the ISC level,

  • ShristiPadmanabhan came 2nd in Creative Writing.
  • Sweta secured 1st place in Declamation and she also emerged Second Runner Up in the ASISC National Level Senior Declamation competition.

In the Sanskrit Olympiad, T.Vidyuth secured first rank in state and 22nd in Nation

As part of InKo’s Art exchange programme, few students represented the school at Busan, South Korea

Regular career counseling classes are given to our students of Grade IX to XII

  • Meenakshi Arunachalam, a Math Teacher from Georgia gave the students an overview of the education system in the US, Ivy League schools and an insight into the pattern of SAT
  • Several Guest speakers conducted sessions for high school students on opportunities to study abroad
  • In collaboration with British Council, 7 universities from UK visited our school and gave information on study opportunities.
  • Dr. Kaustav Sengupta, associate professor at NIFT, gave the Art students of grade XI and XII an insight into the present scenario in the field of Art and Design.
  • Ms. Mridula, a graduate from Ashoka University briefed classes 11 and 12 about the courses and the university.
  • Career counselling initiative by ‘Bodhi’ to help students with decisions regarding further studies and careers.
  • Mr. Ganesh Vaideeswaran of Greydient Learning, oriented the Commerce and Humanities students on career choices

Moving on the end of the Report is our Teacher Development Programs:

  • 12 teachers of Hari Shree attended the Waldorf seminar at Khandala
  • Teachers attended a Workshop on ‘Learner Engagement’ by Ms. Revathy Balakrishnan, an Indian American elementary teacher from Texas
  • A workshop for the teachers on learner-centric classrooms was conducted by Ms. Maya Thiagarajan and Ms. Rekha from Learning Tree
  • Math department participated in Institute of Mathematical Sciences symposium on the ‘Purpose of Mathematics’ and ‘Intended Curriculum’.
  • We also attended a workshop by Ms. Shailaja Vikram on the topic ‘Understanding Our Teens’
  • Teaching Knowledge Test work shop was conducted by Ms. Uma Raman (Head of Operations, University of Cambridge)

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