Modern School follows the traditional House System. There are fifteen Houses. The house serves as a platform for the students to exhibit their skill in various activities. Every House celebrates a Biennial House Function which comprises of a play, a ballet, and solo performances along with a House Report which presents the achievements of the House. Inter-House matches are held throughout the year for the coveted Sports Shield.
A multitude of activities such as Quiz contests, debates and painting competitions are held to encourage the spirit of competition among the Houses. An academic shield is awarded on the Founder’s Day to the House with the highest average percentage of marks. Every week a house is on duty, which means that its members deliver news, talk and talent.
Named after the great Mughal emperor, Abū al-Fatḥ Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad Akbar, who reigned from 1556 to 1605, the members of Akbar House are encouraged to learn from the life of this great ruler, and espouse his beliefs of unity, diversity, tolerance, and a love of culture. Apart from academics, Akbar House members showcase a wide variety of talents, ranging from singing to dance and art on various fora.
Named after the Emperor Ashoka , the students of this House represent attributes such integrity, courage ,ambition and intelligence.
One of India’s stalwart freedom fighters, Punjab Kesari Lala Lajpat Rai is the leader who inspires the young generations representing the House Lajpat. Carrying forward his legacy, the members of the House, aspire to the high ideals set by him, in all the spheres of school life, be it academics, sports or co-curricular
Named after the first Prime Minister of independent India and one of the greatest personalities India has ever had, Jawahar Lal Nehru, the members of the House are inspired by his progressive vision and indomitable spirit in whatever they endeavour to do during their journey through school life. These values can be seen as each student strives to achieve the best for his House on various platforms, be it academics, co-curricular or sports. They aspire to carry forward the legacy of the architect of modern India.
Indian barrister and statesman, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was an important leader during the struggle for Indian independence.After independence, he served as deputy prime minister, minister of home affairs, minister of information, and minister of states.
His iron will and steely determination are the qualities the students of Patel house aspire to uphold.
Maharaja Ranjit Singh was the leader of Sikh Empire in the northwest of Indian subcontinent during early 19th century. He was popularly known as Sher-e-Punjab. Members of prestigious Ranjit house are known to uphold similar values, self- motivation and valour.
The students share leadership tasks among group members. They firmly believe that discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. Ranjit house take immense pride in its superbly talented members and their love to display it to perfection on various fora including the biennial House Functions.
Subhash House is named after one of our nation’s most charismatic and inspiring leaders. A go-getter of all sorts, many of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose’s qualities – his indomitable courage, fierce loyalty, undying patriotism and his dynamism – form the bedrock of the values of this House. He is a role model for the members of the House, who aspire to achieve the levels of passion, ambition and drive that powered his journey. His life and his values are the lights that illuminate the path of the students as they display their talents in the various fields of school life.
Named after the great Maratha warrior Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj, was among the first four Houses set up in the year 1936.
The House boasts of students who are good in academics, sports and co-curricular activities. It has consistently done well in all the above spheres as the talent of the students is explored during the House Master’s period and exposure is provided to each child according to his field of interest.
The last House Function was held in May,2018
This House has been named after Bharat Ratna, Shri Lal Bahadur. Trustworthiness was Shastriji’s
watchword and integrity, his hallmark.