ASISC Regionals – Badminton

A few students participated in the regional Badminton tournament conducted by ASISC in the under-14, under-17 and under-19 category. Siddhanth Jain of grade VII bagged the 3rd prize in the under-14 singles category. Siddhanth Jain and Vedanth shared the 3rd place in the under-14 doubles category. Chenchulaxmi S Suresh of grade XII won the 1st prize in the under-19 singles regionals.

ASISC Regionals – Cricket

A few students from the Middle School and the High School will be part of the team representing the state in the under-14 and under-17 category at the national level of ASISC cricket that is scheduled in November at Ahmedabad.

An Array of Fine Display

The students of grade VI, Janmashtami celebration was an exciting festival, with a kaleidoscope of colours, music, dance and games. The budding musicians entrapped the audience with a soulful melody of Kurai Ondrum Illai, a song written by C. Rajagopalachari. From street play, ‘Krishna and the Fruitseller’ to the mesmerizing fusion, ‘Krishna’s Cosmic Dance’ of Western and Contemporary style students performances brought the festive spirit.

Creative Expression Presentation

Expressions, a skill-enhancing platform, has provided more stage opportunities for peer learning, replacing the yearly annual day productions. During grade VII Vinayak Chathurthi celebration, students focused on skill development and confidence building. The 0presentation highlighted Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s contribution towards making this festival a nationwide celebration. Classical Music students performed ‘Vathapi Ganapathim’ and a classical dance to ‘Shri Vighnarajam Bhaje’. Theatre students presented ‘Vinayaka Chathurti – An Ode’, a spoken word poetry performance. Western dance students danced to Ganesha Tandava Stotram, while traditional art students showcased ‘Silambattam’. Visual Art students displayed their creativity with a Lord Ganesha project made from reused paper. From classical dance to classical music, silambam to fusion dance, from art to theatre, students of grade VII had an array of performances line up to mark this festival.

Outbound Trip – Grade XI

Grade 11 students embarked on a trip to Mettupalayam. They spent three days in Ooty, in nature activities, guided tours, and learning experiences. Highlights included visits to a tea factory and a chocolate factory, an adventurous trek through tea plantations fostering teamwork, and evenings around a campfire with storytelling and music.

Outbound Trip – Grade X

This year, the students of grade X visited Mysore. Mysore being historically and culturally rich in its quaint appearance, had a lot to offer to open the minds of the visitors to newer perspectives. The students had a fun-filled and enriching experience observing the intricate nuances of the city’s architecture including the Mysore Palace.

Outbound Trip – Grade XII

The students of grade XII visited Vizag as part of their outbound trip. The students had a wonderful time filled with activities, adventure and learning throughout. They visited the Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, Airplane and Submarine Museum, Bora Caves and Rishikonda Beach. After creating memories of childhood for a lifetime, they bid their goodbye to this coastal town.

Celebrating Teachers

Students of grades XI and XII co-hosted a fun-filled array of events as a token of appreciation for their acharyas on Teachers’ Day. Poem reading, songs, rap, and fusion dances, all brought smiles to the faces of the teachers. The students also enjoyed putting together several engaging games for the acharyas.

On your Mark, Get Set, Go

The grounds of Nehru Stadium came alive with a buzz of excitement and energy as the school celebrated its 18th Sports Day. The day was marked by dazzling displays and Track & Field events. A sense of sportsmanship filled the air. The day commenced with the March past, where all four houses displayed coordination, fervour and grace. After the athletes pledged their oath, the Olympic torch was lit. The mass drills, yoga displays and energetic silambam routines were showcased exceptionally. This was the result of not just talent, but months of hard work and commitment. The human pyramid display demonstrated both physical strength and the unshakeable trust and teamwork that the school fosters.

Scaling Heights

Hari Shree’s annual Matka-breaking event, held in celebration of Krishna Jayanthi, gathered students from Agni, Akash, Prithvi, and Vayu houses. With determination and teamwork, each house aimed to break suspended clay pots amidst an atmosphere filled with excitement. Cheers from fellow students and teachers echoed as pots shattered, creating a thrilling spectacle. This cherished tradition not only celebrated culture but also fostered unity and sportsmanship, embodying the school’s motto, Vasudhaivakutumbakam.