Holy Child Senior Secondary School


The school is affiliated to CBSE Board ( Haryana Board of School Education ) up to senior secondary classes in all the streams i.e. Science (Medical and Non – Medical), Commerce, and Arts. In K.G. section students are taught by the play-way method. They are taught in a stress-free environment by using educative toys and audiovisual aids. The curriculum of classes I to V is an excellent combination of academics and co-curricular activities fully equipped to cater to the development need of the growing child. The middle wing of the school consists of classes VI to VIII.

Besides the compulsory subject, it has also Sanskrit as a third language. The endeavor is to go beyond the curriculum and to give sufficient scope to the teacher and student to explore vast dimensions of knowledge. The senior wing of the school consists of classes IX to XII. It offers a personalized approach to education, where each student’s performance is continuously evaluated using internal tests, projects, assignment, and written exams. A continuous and comprehensive system of education is followed to grade the performance of the pupils.

Holy Child Senior Secondary School

At Holy Child Senior Secondary School, learning is child-centered and activity-oriented. Through innovative and experiential teaching methods, we hope to make the learning process extremely enjoyable. With subject-based classrooms, state-of-the-art facilities, and the holistic development of our children, the school aims to provide a world-class education that will make our students striving achievers. Students will be admitted from Prep to Class IX & XI in the first year, and successively stepping up to Class XII.

At Holy Child Senior Secondary School, diversity is our strength. We all have mutual respect and develop independence by learning through experiences including learning through occasional errors and even defeat – resulting in young people surpassing themselves. An educational system isn’t worth much if it teaches the young student how to make a living but doesn’t teach them how to make a life. For us, education has only one goal – setting the mind free. We believe in giving students problems to solve rather than answers to memorize.

School Uniform Summer

Summer (April to October) Boys

Sky blue trousers & sky blue checked shirt, black shoes with sky blue socks, school belt.

House T-Shirt with White trousers, Black shoes with white socks, school belt.


Summer (April to October) Girls

Sky blue salwar with sky blue dupatta /pant & sky blue checked shirt, black shoes with sky blue socks, school belt

House Shirt with White Salwar & white Dupatta/House T-Shirt with white Trousers, Black Shoes with white socks, School Belt

School Uniform Winter

Winter (November to March) Boys

Grey trousers & white shirt, black shoes with grey socks, school belt, neck tie, school badge.

White trousers & white shirt, black shoes with white socks, school belt, neck tie, school badge, navy blue sweater (V-shape) / blazer.


Winter (November to March) Girls

Grey Kurta & White Salwar with white dupatta/Grey trousers & white shirt, black shoes with grey socks, school belt, necktie, school badge.

White Suit with white dupatta/White trousers & white shirt, black shoes with white socks, school belt,necktie, school badge.

Disciplinary Points

Students must carry their bags according to their time table.
If any student is found damaging the school property will be liable for its compensation.
The student shall reach the school 10 minutes before the warning bell.
Parents are advised to visit the school to know the progress of their wards in Parents Teacher Meeting (PTM).
Minimum attendance requirement for appearing in the annual examination as per Board norms.
Strict action will be taken against Irregular attendance and habitual absence.
The student should not remain absent except unavoidable circumstances as it badly hampers his/her studies.
Leave application will be entertained under the signature of Parent/Guardian who has signed the diary, and should be submitted on the same day.
In case of leave exceeding 3 days, the application must be sanctioned by the Principal.
For long leave, prior permission is mandatory. The name of the student who remains absent for consecutive six days without permission shall be struck off from the rolls and re-admission will be considered under the discretionary power of the Principal. In the elementary section, it is 10 consecutive days.
A Student suffering from the infectious disease should not attend the school.
No vehicle is allowed except bicycle for the students on their own.
Every student must be well-groomed and dressed neatly according to school specifications.
Any student found to have used unfair means during examination is liable for disciplinary action.
The use of ornaments & nail polish is not allowed.
Students must attend the school on the re-opening day after the vacations.
No student will leave the school premises before the scheduled time.
All the correspondence must be addressed to the Principal only.
Up to class 8th norms & conditions are as per the R.T.E. Act.