House activity is a unique set up under which the students from each class are equally divided into four groups. Each group is assigned a house which is named after a prominent Indian personality and is represented by a specific colour; peculiar to the achievements and skills of the respective leader.
The school observes the following four houses: 1) Gandhi (green)
Many inter house activities are organized under this set up to encourage a sense of healthy competition amongst the students. A specific day of the week is allocated to such house activities. A wide range of activities, ranging from one act plays to declamation competitions are observed. Each house is allocated a certain portion of time on the academic calendar, for which it is supposed to conduct the assembly and plan interesting segments for the same. This practice tends to provide an equal platform to all the students in order to nurture and showcase their inherit talents. Hundred percent student participation is ensured by organizing a plethora of inter house activities in order to celebrate various festivals within the school. The conception of the whole idea was envisioned to achieve unity of participation and uniform growth amongst all the students. The execution of the format is highly progressive; it provides the required flexibility of performance to both teachers and students in order to pursue their talent.