The Aravali campus has approximately 2500 children, distributed among four houses – Himgiri with the colour yellow, Sagar blue, Vasundhara red and Srishti green. Becoming members of a house infuses loyalty, accountability, belonging and the spirit of competition as well as cooperation.
The senior school Student Council consists of the Head of the Student Council, the Head of Activities, the Head of Sports, the Head of Environment, the Chief Editors and Secretaries of Activities, Sports and Environment as well as the Editorial Board. The four House Captains and the Vice Captains are also a part of the Student Council. Becoming a member of the Council involves a selection procedure that includes a combination of nomination, interviews by a panel and election (complete with campaigning). Those nominated or elected to posts meet demanding criteria:
They must believe and uphold the four core values of the school: Integrity, Sensitivity, Pride in One’s Heritage and the Pursuit of Excellence.
They must possess leadership qualities such as the ability to take the initiative, the capacity to implement policies and the strength to take responsibility.
They must be role models for other students to look up to.
They must actively participate in house activities and be able to balance academics with additional responsibility.
The Student Council, sworn in at a solemn investiture ceremony, has shouldered increasing responsibility over the years. The Council helps in maintaining discipline, mentoring and is often a part of the decision making process on matters that affect the student body.