Experiential Teaching & Learning
Whereas academically proficient students receive encouragement to achieve the highest, the school also recognizes the importance of paying special attention to students who are academically not very bright. Extra study periods for such students are arranged whenever considered necessary.
The school is using face-to-face discussions with the students which is the most effective. However, some issues can be resolved by counseling or by parents' interference. The Housemasters also make parents aware of their concerns for the academic success of their wards and provide them with options and resources for academic assistance, including:
- Study Groups and Academic Workshops
In addition to this students may be referred to other campus resources such supportive services as Mentor System etc. Staff monitors spell out students' progress to assist them in meeting their academic goals, not only for the current term, but until the completion of their program.