Awards & Accolades

Talented Artists

In the Art competition conducted by ‘Kannadigara Koota’, many children from our school participated and won prizes. We won the rolling trophy among 40 other schools. The following students won prizes -

Grade V – Aadesh, Sebastian Xavier

Grade VI – Sahana Vamsee

Grade VII – Thussar Murali

Grade VIII – Aashritha Ravi, Meghna S, Jahnavi Srikanth

Meghna S also won a special mention jury award.

Rising Badminton Star

Chenchulakshmi S Suresh of grade VII participated in the Tamil Nadu State sub-junior Under-17 badminton tournament and qualified for the final round.

Basket Ball Winners

The under 15 girls’ basket ball team won the APL inter school tournament. Shrushti from grade IX won the Best Player award.

Football Runner-up 

In the APL inter school tournament, our under-18 Boys Football team won the Runner-up trophy


The Ivy League International Model United Nations Conference 2018 was a wonderful learning experience. Our agendas were relating to security and defence aspects and cyber crime which is a cause for worry in present day world affairs.

Mock drills and midnight crisis helped one to think and react in times of political emergencies. The Forum discussions were an eye opener. Overall ILMUNC India 2018 was an experience to cherish.

-  GMS Ahimsa and Sathwik G, grade IX

ASISC Nationals

Sweta Chakravarthy of grade XII emerged second runner up in the ASISC National Level Senior Declamation competition.

HLC Debate

Megha Sivakumar, Devnanda Kurup, Adithya Sivakumar, Rishi Krishnan and V K Abhiripan attended a debate conducted by HLC. The debate was structured in such a way that they had to work with students from different schools. Megha and Rishi were part of the winning team. Adithya’s team went to the semifinals. Abhirupan won the best individual speaker award while Devananda won the ‘Most Professional Individual Speaker’ award.

Eloquence in action

Sahana Bharadwaj of Grade X won the second prize in the Interschool Elocution contest conducted by Sardar Vallabhbai Patel Memorial Trust in association with Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. She spoke on the topic ‘India without Corruption- What needs to be done’. She received the prize from His Excellency, the Governor of Tamil Nadu, Shri.Banwarilal Purohit on 31st October, National Unity Day.

Megha Sivakumar of grade XI received a special mention at an Elocution event at the American Consulate, organised by the US India Educational Fund, during the World Education Week. There were many schools from in and around Chennai that participated in the event.

Bridging Cultures through Art

As part of InKo’s Art exchange programme, few of our students were part of a contingent that visited Busan, South Korea.

In their own words –

“Wearing hanbok during the tea ceremony was a very special treat where we got to interact with our Japanese and Korean counterparts.”

- Samyuktha Narayanan, grade XII

“The cultural programme taught us new things about Korean culture and was also a platform to share ours”

- Aditi S, grade XII

“We visited their Beomeosa temple, Haeundae aquarium and other places. We got to meet Buddhist monks and got to know about their lifestyle.”

- Kiruthika S K, grade XII

“Out of the 18 of us who travelled to Busan from Chennai representing India, none would have possibly imagined how close we would get over the course of just one week.”

- Akash M, grade X

Silver – Kirithika S K (Grade XII) Akash M (Grade X)

Bronze – S. Yamini (grade X), Samyuktha Narayanan (Grade XII), S. Aditi (Grade XII)

Best Select Award – Sai Lavanya (grade X ), Dhanush Gajula (Grade X) Sanjana Aravind Sridharan (Grade X), Rishab Mohan Chatterjee (grade XII)


Samyukt Vasu and G.Tarun Pravin from grade XII and Mehul Saravanan from grade XI won the 2nd place in debate

Soumiya Paranan and Carina Veda Perla of grade XII won the 3rd place in quiz.

Cricket Mania

Our under-12 cricket team won the SCC Cricket Academy under 12 Independence Trophy. Dhruv Thirumalai from grade VIII won the Man of the Series award while Veera Rajavel from grade VII won the promising cricketer award. Dhepesh Narayana S and Ekansh, both from grade VI, and Dhruv Thirumalai from grade VIII also won Man of the Match awards.

At the South India under-12 cricket tournament conducted by R.K.T. Cricket Club in Trichy, our team emerged winners. The following students won awards –

Man of the Match – Ekansh (grade VI), Aadhav S. Bharadwaj (grade VIII), Vishal Sachin Perla and Dhruv Thirumalai (grade VIII)

Man of the finals – Aryan Balagopal T B (grade VI)

Best Bowler of the tournament – Vishal Sachin Perla (grade VIII)

Man of the tournament – Dhruv Thirumalai (grade VIII)

Best fielder of the tournament – Abhinav (grade V)

At the under-13 cricket tournament conducted by the Rising Cricket Academy, our school emerged runner up.

Vishnu Rajaraman from grade VII won the Promising Cricketer award and Dhruv Thirumalai from grade VIII won the Man of the Series award. Vishnu, Vishal and Dhruv also won Man of the Match awards.

Vidhyuth T (grade IX), Shabbir H Madraswala (grade VIII) and Dhruv Thirumalai (grade VIII) have been selected for the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association City Round Robin under 14 cricket tournament.

In the Science Talent Contest 2k18 conducted by Rotary Madras Southwest, Sreenidhi Sudarsan and K Pavarnaa  of grade VIII were awarded the 2nd prize in the Junior category.

ASISC Regionals  

The Hari Shree girls’ football team emerged as the Tamil Nadu State Junior Girls Champions at the regional level competitions held in Yercaud.

In the literary competitions held in Yelagiri, at the ICSE level, B Toshika Dharshini won the 1st place for Declamation. Deekshanya A and S Raghav emerged winners in the Debate competition, Deekshanya A was also adjudged the Best Speaker. Amrutha Nathan won 3rd place for Creative Writing. At the ISC level, Shweta secured the 1st place in Declamation and Shrishti Padmanabhan came 2nd in Creative Writing.

Innovate and Invent

Swayamprabha Narayanan of grade VIII won the first place at the Science Fest conducted by Curio Kids, a national STEM education organization, Her inventions- an aqua brush and an aqua mop and won her the prize that includes 1000 milk shakes for the school!

Debates and Diplomacy

Bhavya Ramkumar and Shweta Chakravarthi from grade XII and Tejaswini S, Kavya Ramesh, G M S Ahimsa and Saketh T G from grade IX attended the Harvard International MUN in Hyderabad.

“The event gave us a platform to recognize and enhance our talent and capabilities in public speaking, persuasion and diplomacy. Our knowledge of Politics and Current affairs expanded and so did our understanding of others countries.

- Ahimsa, Kavya and Tejaswini, grade IX

Young Author Speaks 

Ananya Vijay Ganesh, speaking at the Young Learners Fest event to share her journey as a young author. She focused on ideas that children could take away like developing reading habit, listening to stories and writing every day, taking opportunities as they come and exploring your talents.


S.Mahinth Simmaa and Ashwin Radhakrishnan of grade X, participated in the 2nd edition of the Madras Boat Club Schools and Colleges Regatta and won the GOLD medal in the boys double scull event. Mahinth also won the BRONZE medal in the boys single scull event.  The CHSV team scored 20 points and shared the 3rd place among 100 other participating schools. It is to be noted that both the boys also won the bronze medal in the Sub-Junior Boys Fours category in the interstate challengers sprint national rowing championship.

In the under 12 category, Hana Saravanan and Kritin Narayanan won the SILVER medal in the double scull event. Hana Saravanan also won the SILVER medal in the girls single scull event.

Table Tennis Champ 

Sanjith K B of grade VI was the runner up in the cadet boys category in the 3rd Tamil Nadu state ranking table tennis tournament.

World Scholar

At the recently conducted World Scholar’s Cup global round held in Kaula Lampur, I had the opportunity to be part of the team from Chennai. We had qualified in the regional round and are now eligible for the tournament of champions at Yale University in the US. We took part in team debates, collaborative writing and quiz events and got the chance to mingle with 4000 students from 40 different countries, exchanging knowledge and culture. World Scholar was not only an academic decathlon, it proved to be a fun experience too, bringing the future generations of the world together.

- Shreya Uday Kumar, grade VIII


Primrose MUN 

At the PRIMMUN, delegates from CHSV won many awards including Best Debutante, Best Delegates and Special Mentions. The students received their awards from Mr. R.K Sharma, member of United Nations from India.

Football Champs

Our U-17 boys team emerged winners in the NPS Futsal tournament

In the inter-school football tournament conducted by BVM school, our under 11 boys were runner ups.

Parents’ Premier League

As part of the CHSV Parents Premier League, more than 30 Hari Shree dads participated in a game of cricket which also marked the end of the 2017-18 session of the CHSV Cricket Academy. The event which took place at the Gandhinagar grounds in Adayar was cheered by enthusiastic family members. 

In the U-13 cricket tournament conducted by the SCC Cricket Academy, our team emerged runners up.  Dhruv Thirumalai from Grade VIII won the Best Batsman award and Aryan Balagopal T B from grade VII won the Best Bowler Award.

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