Our school strives to surpass by encouraging our students to cultivate habits of life-long learners who aspire to achieve both academic and moral excellence. In every endeavour the school undertakes, there is a distinct effort made to cultivate moral courage and strength in our students along with a keen scientific spirit and rational bent of mind the reflects progressive thinking and the spirit of inquiry that is central to our commitment to constructivist pedagogy.
A distinctive feature of the DRSIS ethos is our learning community’s dedication to the pursuit of learning that is:
- – Significant and broad
- – Relevant and balanced
- – Challenging and conceptual
- – Engaging and connected
This commitment acts as a driving force that shapes all our endeavours and initiatives. As a world school in the true sense of the word, the attributes of the IB Learner Profile, the Cambridge Learner Profile, as well as the C.B.S.E. and N.C.E.R.T.’s emphases on universal human values all seamlessly blend together to shape the school’s unique ethos. This ethos features a strong focus on developing students who are not only open to diversity of thought and culture, but global citizens with Universal Human Values who appreciate and actively seek out the same.
Students get opportunities to exercise and demonstrate these attributes through not just their everyday lives but also a variety of platforms and engagements that include, but are not limited to, special assemblies, activities relating to the theme of the month, innovative programmes and outreach activities that span across all domains of the school’s functioning. From the community building activities that makes the CAS Programme unique, the outreach activities of the Interact Club and the DRSIS Community and Humane Club, the school’s ethos is demonstrably visible in action everywhere.