The girls reside in four chalets: Maple, Walnut, Oakwood and Rosewood. The living facilities are planned to provide a family-like atmosphere to our girls. All chalets have comfortable dormitories with adjacent washrooms. The chalets are guarded exclusively by professional female security guards.
The girls of Lower School are accommodated in dormitories in groups of seven/eight, whereas the girls of Upper and Senior School stay together in groups of four in each dormitory. Each floor has a social room (with television, newspapers, music system, computers and indoor games) and a study room for self-study. Under the supervision of Dean of Pastoral Care, highly trained Chalet In-charges, Assistant Chalet In-charges, Matrons, Sahayikas and staff stay on the premises and cater to the needs of the girls. The friendly hostel staff is available round-the-clock to attend to all the immediate requirements as well as to supervise the domestic arrangements. They are a great physical and emotional support to girls. Girls communicate regularly with their parents through phone calls and letters.
The School’s infirmary is manned by qualified resident medical and nursing staff in active collaboration with Max Super Speciality Hospital. The Resident Medical Officer conducts regular medical checkups and individual Health Records Books are maintained.
Eye, ENT, Dental and Skin check-ups are organized periodically. A routine Cardiac screening is done for all girls at least once a year. Complete check-ups are also carried out each quarter to ensure that our girls are always in the best of health. In case of emergencies, a well-equipped ambulance is available for immediate evacuation to the nearby Max Super Speciality Hospital.
We ensure that every meal is healthy, hygienic and sumptuous. All meals, whether Indian, Continental or Chinese are vegetarian and are prepared in an ultra-modern mechanized kitchen. Eggs are served during meals to those who desire. The professionally qualified mess staff is trained to handle food in a hygienic manner.