The School recognises the importance of a well-rounded education and emphasises a holistic education that extends beyond the classroom.
To achieve this, the School arranges different extra-curricular activities throughout the year. Early in the year, students are divided into four distinct houses, which compete in different activities — such as sports, arts, writing, debate and drama competitions — during the Students Week. The winning house enjoys the status of champion for the entire year.
In addition to this, the School has the following clubs and societies:
The students are engaged in the Field Study Programme to increase their conceptual understanding of the world around them, helping them link theory to practical life. Students acquire knowledge while researching areas of interest based on their future career paths.
Students from all levels are elected into the Student Representative Council and learn the democratic process by voting for the candidate of their choice. The Council takes an oath, promising to work for the interests of the School and the students it represents. It is also a platform for students to discuss, raise and explore acceptable and sustainable solutions to their concerns.
Early in the year, students are divided into four distinct houses. During the annual Students’ Week, students compete as houses in student-driven activities including the Sports Day, Science Exhibition, Art Competition and Fun Fair. The friendly competition sees students vying for the coveted Student Week trophy. The winning house enjoys its champion status for a year till the next Students’ Week.
Educational trips give students first hand exposure to processes and places by visiting educational, historical and local development projects such as Hydraulic Power Stations, Radio Pakistan Gilgit, Baltit Fort, Municipal Libraries, Professional Development Centre, North, Khunjerab National Park, and other conservation projects in the area.