HIS strongly believes that activities play a significant part in the development of students. Co-curricular activities have become a fundamental part of school life and aide in improving student learning at school. They’re structured and balanced within the scholastic educational/academic curriculum so that every student gets to learn beyond the knowledge of subjects.
Extra-curricular activities, however, actually complement co-curricular activities and groom students in the “art of living and working together.” They are true and practical experiences that students gain by their own learnings.
Within the extra-curricular activities, HIS clubs stand out each semester. Students have a wide variety of activities to choose from: cultural activities, sports activities, competitions, house-on duties and a lot more. Some students even show interest in more than one activity and participate in both, while maintaining proper academic performance. The clubs offered match the various interests of our young learners where they are able to unleash their talents, explore their interests, and make friendships that would last a lifetime.
The Activities Office at HIS, in both its co-curricular and extra-curricular fields, works on nurturing social & intellectual skills, instilling HIS values, encouraging personality development, endorsing character advancement in students, and tightening the bond between the school, students and the larger community.
The activities office liaises, coordinates, and plans for in-school and out-of-school curricular and extra-curricular activities, after-school activities, school clubs, and also plans for special occasions and celebrations.
When a student is encouraged to partake in academics and co-curricular activities, chances at a well-rounded development are highly improved.