Since the House System was first introduced over eighty years ago it has always encouraged personal responsibility amongst pupils. These smaller school communities engender healthy rivalry in friendly games and other extra-curricular activities, building team skills, leadership skills and co-operation. Pupils join a House when they join the school and belong to their House until they leave. The House System helps build an individual's strengths within a group and creates a bond with other pupils of all ages. As pupils reach their senior years at the School they become increasingly involved in running their Houses and co-coordinating House activities.
To provide quality education to the youth of our nation in a stimulating and conducive learning environment by providing them with intellectual
The philosophy of this institution is an inclusive and tolerant one, and one that appreciates diversity and stresses the importance of the opinions based.