The Scholars' Home co-educational English medium public school was founded in the year 2004 .

Affiliated to CBSE

[Affiliation No. 630111]



The school celebrates all the national festivals and promotes national unity. Celebrations at The Scholars’ Home have become an Integral Part of joyful learning, community building and thought provoking processes. Religious festivals from across religions, national festivals and festivals related to our environment are celebrated with great enthusiasm, fervour and pride. Children are exposed to the essence of festivals through stories, music, dance, food, discussions and a variety of hands on activities and projects.

In our multicultural society we need to instill and enforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, patriotism and solidarity in our children. A celebration is an effort to sensitize students towards living in harmony in a diverse society like ours. They are taught to learn using their thinking ability and skills to work for a safe and better world and to live in harmony with their fellow beings.

Celebrating The Festival of Freedom – Independence Day 2018

Today,  the TSH Campus rose to a vibrant sunrise to celebrate our 72nd Independence Day. The Principal Ms. Anju Arora very graciously bestowed the honour of hoisting the Tricolour to  Ms. Kavita Garg  (PGT English). Our Directors Ms. Gurmeet  Kaur  Narang and  Mr. N. P. S. Narang graced the occasion with their presence. From patriotic songs to inspiring lines from the students, our kids outdid themselves. What touched each one of us was the pledge we took. The pledge to celebrate our Independence Day with a promise –Thousands laid down their lives so that our country could breathe this day. Never forget their sacrifice. Happy Independence Day.


This year’s high point  undoubtedly , was The Scholars’ Fair. The entire TSH family outdid themselves, in many ways. From conceptualizing , to the detailed planning, from thinking out of box to overcoming fears, The Scholars’ Fair witnessed it all.

The four houses had put up their own unique game stalls. Each game was a brain child of our students and teachers. The prizes to be won at these games were designed and created by our students under the expert supervision of Mrs Nivedita Rai Singh, our Art and Craft teacher. From hand made accessories  to planters, the complete range of prizes impressed one and all.

But what stole the show was The Haunted House – which saw the maximum footfall.

The cherry  on the cake was  – ANTARAGINI- a Poetic Feast. Students of classes V to XI , RECITED , PERFORMED AND PRESENTED A GAMUT OF POEMS in Hindi, Punjabi and English. From Amrita Pritam to  Ashok Chakradhar, from R L Stevenson to Dr Maya Angelou. Their confidence, their diction , voice modulation and their interpretation, left everybody spellbound and immensely proud.