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.

Annual Day 2017-18

The evening of 25th November was like no other. The school campus was decked up with colourful shamianas ,bright light and an imposing stage. All this to celebrate our Annual Day- to felicitate our students for their academic and non academic endeavours,our teachers for their unstinting enthusiasm and our support staff for their tireless efforts. It was also an occasion to seek  the blessings of our mentors and elders whose sheer presence inspires us all.

With a huge round of applause peppered with good  cheer and pure joy the teachers who graced the stage to accept a token of appreciation from our Directors  Narang Sir ,Ritu Maam, our Principal , Anju maam, were :

Ms Mamta Saini :- For a brilliant decade spent in playing the role of our Vice Principal with so much dignity and poise. She always has the time and patience to hear you out to offer logical solution. More power and more decades to you.

Ms Uma Dhiman :– The precision with which she conducts and manages the examination for the whole school is praiseworthy. Not a single piece of paper can be misplaced under her supervision. May you go from strength to strength like you have for the past ten years.

Ms Monita Goyal & Ms Priya Jindal:- Hats off ! to these amazing teachers Rumour has it that they are bestowed with magical powers. No wonder, once a child meets them, can never get enough of them. They have been nurturing our little ones with so much love and care for the past one decade.

Ms Ranjeet :- It takes special talent to keep up the enthusiasm for song, dance, morning prayers, presentations for the whole school. No function, no ceremony is complete without her musical touch. A big Thankyou for the countless tuneful days and that too for the last ten years. Hope you make our kids sing and dance today, tomorrow and forever.

Ms Nivedita :- A special appreciation, not only for her amazing awe inspiring creativity but also for immense patience. Even through mega events like our Annual Day where every single prop has been her creation, she never tires of making something practical, beautiful and that too at a moment’s notice. Her smile conveys her message so beautifully- Happy to Help

Sh.Avatar Singhji was presented with a shawl and a citation for the warmth and a compelling dedication with which he has been driving our kids to school and back home  for the last ten years. Here’s to many more decades .

What kept the evening young and promising was the mega song and dance event conceptualized and choreographed by Ranjeet Maam. Students from classes V,VI,VII,VIII,IX  and X danced to the tunes of their music teacher- rejoicing in all the flavours of life-Nav Ras, namely-Shringaar, Karun, Shanti, Raudra, Adbhut, Bhayanak, Veer, Hasya and Bhakti ras. It was a sight to behold –watching these students in colorful costumes teaching us to accept life with all its challenges and beauty.

What happens when a character from a shakespearian play meets mythological characters from Ramayan and Mahabharat ?

Class XI presented this phenomenon through theatre- Reflections. Lady Macbeth ,Sita,Draupadi,Shrupnakha, Gandhari and Mandodari had a heart to heart , reflecting on their lives ,lessons learnt and some taught too. It was scripted and directed by their English teacher –Sapna Punj.

Republic Day (2017-18)

The Primary wing of  The Scholars’ Home along with the students of  The Scholars’ Home Junior celebrated their Annual Function on Republic Day. As per our tradition the Grand Parents of Class III students were also invited.

Teacher’s Day 2017-18

(Honouring Teachers)

Teacher’s Day at The Scholars’ Home was all about celebrating the most sublime relationship – that of a teacher with her students.

Each teacher was presented with a handmade card and a pen ( a powerful symbol of wisdom and awakening). Teachers were flooded with colorful cards, posters and paper flowers all made by the students. A beautiful reminder that teaching isn’t only about classrooms and text books, it is about touching lives.

Independence Day

The energy, the gusto, the enthusiasm with which TSH celebrated  71st  Independence Day was palpable.

The morning Assembly saw the collective sense of pride while hoisting our Tirangaa and singing the National Anthem.

The inspiring speeches, the rendition of poetry,  students singing and dancing to patriotic songs, left us rejoicing, with our hearts full of gratitude and pride.

Sukhmani Sahib Paath And Chabeel(2017)

To celebrate, thank and express our gratitude for excellent results of Classes X & XII  the whole school rejoiced by setting up a Chabeel and helping out in offering the cool drink to all and sundry .The morning was devoted to the Sukhmani Sahib Paath on the premises. The atmosphere was electric, with the soul stirring Shabad reverberating in the school and our senior students sweating in out to set up the Chhabeel.


If we add a huge dollop of fun into our learning it makes any day Funday.

An entire day was devoted to this concept to have their fair share of fun , to forge new bonds and strengthen the ties with their teachers. This day gives the teachers an opportunity to observe their students in a different environment to help them learn and unlearn through fun and games and the kids too got a chance to see a different aspect of the teachers. It was a sight to see all of them holding hands, playing games, cheering and singing together.

All this shouting , playing, singing, dancing, kept up the energy levels throughout the day. The kids and teachers went back home tired but happy, with pocketful of memories and good cheer.