The morning assembly sets the tone for the day. It starts with an invocation, which is followed by the singing of sarali varisai/sargam and the main presentation, and ends with a reflective moment of stillness and silence. The main presentation can take many forms, including but not limited to guest lectures, quizzes, debates, and/or performances. World renowned experts in various fields frequently visit IHS and share their expertise and unique insights with the children.
Middle and Senior Students may also opt to enroll in a club. Club options vary depending upon the ever-evolving talents and interests of the faculty.
Below is a sample of clubs offered each year in the Middle and Senior Schools:
- Model United Nations (MUN)
- Movie Appreciation
- Academic Games
- Computer Programming
- Automobile Mechanics
- Video Gaming
- Bulls & Bears
- Student Publications
Field trips and excursions not only enhance personal development but also support aspects of the curriculum.
There is more to be seen and done after the sun sets. On clear full moon and new moon nights, students and teachers take to stargazing, along with storytelling, and musical sessions.