The student council is a vital pillar of our school’s governance, comprising dedicated and responsible student representatives. Chosen through the inclusive selection process, these leaders serve as a bridge between students and administration, voicing concerns, suggestions, and ideas. The student council plays a pivotal role in organizing events, fostering a sense of unity, and driving positive change within our school community. Through their initiatives, they cultivate leadership skills, teamwork, and a deep sense of responsibility, making a lasting impact on the school’s culture and environment.
The counseling department at our school serves as a compassionate resource, dedicated to addressing the diverse needs of our students. Our experienced counsellors provide personalized guidance, fostering emotional well-being, academic growth, and personal development. Through one-on-one sessions and group workshops, the counselling department equips students with essential life skills, empowering them to overcome challenges and flourish both within and beyond the classroom.
Clubs Hands on Experience
School Clubs wield substantial significance within a professional milieu, serving as conduits for fostering invaluable networking opportunities, honing essential skill sets, and propelling career advancement. Specialized industry clubs provide a platform for the exchange of domain-specific knowledge, while assuming leadership positions within these clubs underscores adeptness in organizational management. Active involvement in such clubs not only underscores dedication but also augments one’s standing within the professional realm.
Various Clubs in the School
As David Tongue said of the value of the House system; “camaraderie and solidarity is second to none and the benefits of this vertical interaction, where the young look up to the elder and where the elder look out for and support the younger, are profound”. The dedication shown by all involved and the support given by fellow House members in every performance is wonderful.
At Gurusharan Convent , the four houses-
Act as the four pillars It is not only students who are allocated a House, but the staff as well . The sense of community that pervades throughout the school would, arguably, be incomplete if students were not given the opportunity to interact with teachers beyond those they see in the classroom, thereby encouraging “stronger relationships between adults and students.