The clubs are an attempt to develop the personality & character of students. A range of club activities are provided to suit the different age group of the students. This helps to encourage our students to pursue areas of personal interest.
National Cadet Corps is one of the largest organization in India for the youth which conducts many activities like Camping, Trekking, Cultural Programmes, Firing and other activities. The NCC wing of our school has been raising the banner of Holy Cross higher and higher every year. The training programme of NCC helps cadets to build up self-reliance, resourcefulness. We are troop No: 151 comprising of 100 cadets. 52 first year and 48 second year cadets.
Our motto is “Unity and discipline” which we always follow. Parades are conducted twice a week, which starts at 4.30 pm and continues till 6 pm. Each NCC cadet should attend atleast one camp during her two years of training.The following cadets had the rare privilege of attending the Republic Day Celebration at New Delhi and bringing honour to the institution with their Best Cadets awards, rewards, medals and scholarships:
|1||Sgt. Jaya Uma. R||2018||Best Cadet|
|2||Sgt. Joshita Rachel Pushpa. C||2019||Second Best Cadet|
The Tal Sainic Camp which is meant for the best shooter at school level had been achieved by the following cadets:
|1||Sgt. Amrit Mel. L||2019|
Our sub-unit functions smoothly with the encouragement of the Headmistress and enthusiastic cooperation of the staff, parents and cadets.
Man was not born for himself but for his country.”
The JRC wing of our school functions with the utmost enthusiasm of the children and the teachers. It taps the vibrancy of youth and channelizes their energy in a positive direction.
The mission of JRC is to inspire, encourage and initiate at all times, all forms of humanitarian activities. This has been designed to involve students as much as possible in all activities of JRC.
Eco Club has been working tirelessly to add up its contribution to improve the challenging environmental conditions. The club members along with their co-coordinators have undertaken various environmental friendly activities like tree plantation, awareness campaigns, seminars etc.
Our young ambassadors follow small steps and also help others to follow the small steps of conservation for a better and brighter tomorrow.
The purpose of this club is to contribute to the development of young pupils in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals and as responsible citizens.
“Prevention is better than cure.”
RRC ensures and creates among the youth a cadre of peer educational for seeking and encouraging positive health behaviour. RRC educates them with correct and adequate information and heightens their level of awareness about HIV/AIDS sexuality and other related issues and helps them identify and understand situations of exploitation and abuse.
Our commitment to meaningful education is of prime importance. The education provided to the students in school aims at ‘Edu for life’ which nurtures them for a better future and equip them with self confidence, leadership skills and enhancement.
Club activities form a part of the school curriculum. The various clubs offered are in the areas of Science, Music, G.K, Spelling Bee, Quiz, Arts and Crafts and Public Speaking.
There are many benefits that cum along with these activities.
Celebration is an active state, an act of expressing reverence or appreciation to receive pleasure afforded by an amusing act or a spectacle.
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
Charity is a beautiful trait in the character of any individual; it shows love, meekness, purity, holiness and more than the mere foundation of a Christian; it shows a heart that can feel for another, with love and sympathy.
A Diabetes camp was organized by Dr. Sundaram Arulraj Hospital, to create awareness on the effects of diabetes and its complications against the general population. It insisted on healthy eating habits that help to prevent the development of diabetes. Children and teachers participated with enthusiasm.
To develop the value of sharing and caring, the little sisters of the poor from Home for the Aged were invited to accept our generous contribution for the welfare of the elderly residents.
Welcome to Our PTA, a new family within our school community.
We are very fortunate at our school to have a PTA that is such an integral part of the school community. The PTA exists to provide closer links between home and school and it is an excellent way to bring staff, parents, students and friends together socially in support of the school working towards a common goal.
Our PTA committee consists of the Chair, Vice-Chair and the Secretary. We also have Parents’ representatives who make up the full committee.
The PTA meets every term to discuss issues that beset the children. This is also an opportunity for the parents to come along and hear in more detail about the events we have held during the term.