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Philosophy Of Education

It is simple, beautiful living and we can all participate in it.

Our aim is to:

In order to build up the comprehensive personality of the children, the school provides an interactive teaching-learning environment that focuses on bringing out the best in the students so that they can maintain themselves in a respectful manner.

It provides students with ample opportunities for self-expression, innovation, initiative, and a context for experimentation and experience blended with an understanding of traditional values and respect for others, to groom them as effective and responsible global leaders and develop a cosmopolitan perspective.

The school stands true to the HGS philosophy - 'Where modernity blends with the traditional values.' Garnering the best from Indian traditional values and international education systems, the school has developed a holistic education and development pattern. While the Homertonians create an appreciation of human values like tolerance, brotherhood, respect for elders, patriotism and sanskars, at the same time, they excel in leadership summits, national and international competitions and more. The school expects them to learn how to peacefully propagate changes with their vision, skills and action plans.

School Houses

Cultivating Right Competitive Attitude

Raman House is named after Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. An Indian physicist who received the Nobel Prize for discovering the scattering of light effect, also known as the Raman Effect. His peaceful nature and discovery inspire the colour green of the Raman House.

Tolstoy House pays tribute to Leo Tolstoy who was a Russian novelist and is considered a master of realistic fiction. His moral and philosophical writings inspired Mahatma Gandhi, meaning Tolstoy’s influence can be felt in contemporary movements of non-violent resistance. His tranquil hold on reality that he penned in novels inspires the colour blue of Tolstoy House.

Shaw House is recognised after Kiran Mazumdar Shaw who is one of India’s most respectable and self-made woman, founder, chairperson and MD of Biocon Ltd. She ranks 72nd in the Forbes "World’s 100 Most Powerful Women". The red colour of House Shaw is inspired by her fearless and seamless energy.

Satyarthi House Satyarthi House named in the Honour of Kailash Satyarthi, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, 2014 is an Indian social reformer and campaigned against child labour in India and advocated the universal right to education. His resolve for the happiness of children and society inspires the colour yellow of Satyarthi House.

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Medical
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