The CS Academy clubs programme divides students according to their interests into groups focusing on different areas. The clubs may work with external organizations and experts to provide hands-on experience for the students in various facets.
Parents are invited to participate too in their areas of expertise. With over 15 clubs ranging from Information Technology to Cookery, there is always something to cater to every student’s interest.
The clubs also strengthen the profile of students who are looking to apply to competitive programmes at universities, especially those outside India.
Clubs are cross grade interest groups which enable students to engage deeply and learn about a selected specialist area.
Clubs – A brief Overview
Teaches students to create their own cartoon characters and animations using various software tools.
Provides hands on experience in flameless and flame cooking, learning table manners and about different cuisines of the world.
Increases awareness of entrepreneurship and the skills required for starting and growing a new business.
Fashion Designing Club
Learning about pattern making, cloth cutting, tie & dye, embroidery and stitching.
Jam Pad / Music Club
Focused on helping students learn western songs, vocals, writing lyrics, music composing, guitar playing and participating in performances at school and outside.
Media Club + IT Club
Students conceive and create short films, learn about photography, video making and editing.
Focuses on educating students about current affairs, general knowledge and supports them in attending external quiz competitions.
Helps students develop a scientific way of thinking and understanding and applying science to real life.
Socio – Environmental Club
Learning about eco- friendly activities and engaging in activities that help the society (Waste disposal, Tree planting etc).
Encourages students to research and develop their own “Ideas worth spreading“ and deliver them in short TED Style Talks which are uploaded onto the TEDEd official YouTube channel.
Helps improve students’ creativity and brings about a positive attitude to work.
International Award for Young People (IAYP)
The International Award for Young People (IAYP) delivers the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in India. The programmes aims to develop confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged learners and creates opportunities for young people to develop skills, get physically active, give service to their local community and experience adventure.
Model United Nations
We work with World View, the organizers of Harvard – MUN to hold Model United Nations at our campuses. Such simulations allow students to learn the art of compromise, discussion, debate and fosters negotiation, speaking and communication skills.