9th and 11th grade students are seen preparing for the grand parade.
It’s that time of the year again. When people make, break and bend resolutions. New Year’s resolutions have always played a big part of our lives. Few believe in making resolutions and even fewer follow them.
“Mom, I’m going to tuitions, I’ll be back by seven!” and that is how all students’ scream every day.
Girls of grade 12 and 11 wore brilliant smiles and traditional Indian attires on December 17th as the seniors partook in one last celebration before they bid adieu to their alma mater – the Farwell for year 2014-15. The festivities for the day were organized by the girls of grade 11, a unified effort to ensure a reserve of beautiful memories for their seniors.
On 27th November 2014, there was a certain air of patriotism for our resident country as the girls of grades 9 and 10 filled their halls with decorations and the colours of U.A.E.
“It’s nice to compete, but it’s nicer to have fun”
The House Day is quite an important day for the students of I.H.S. It is the day when the four houses of the school – Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire and Topaz – battle it out through different ways in order to win the House Cup. The House Day was held on the 18th of December 2014, the last day of school, before the winter break.
“Psychology is theory, but it’s a lot more practical.”
The Intra School Psychology Conference 2014 marked the first ever event, the pilot run and the inauguration of the first ever Psychology Club of the Indian High School, Dubai. It was conducted on Wednesday, the 30th of April, 2014 in the Sports Complex after the school hours from 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm.