The Merge emerges 3rd at Gecko Factor!

After competing against the school’s most talented individuals, the Merge managed to secure 3rd place at Gecko Factor last Friday, the 17th of February (which also hap The Merge is our Grade 12 dance group who performed at our annual talent show. As a proud member of the ten individuals, I can confidently say that…

SAISA Badminton – Independent Photography

SAISA (South Asian Inter-Scholastic Association) this season brought together 10 international schools from across the Indian subcontinent to compete against one another in the sport of badminton. I, myself, had been playing and attending practice sessions regularly for a few months now, however, I still wasn’t able to make our school’s SAISA Badminton team. That…

Serve, Set, Spike!

Since I started playing volleyball a few weeks ago, I have become more aware of my physical abilities. I would say that not having done much physical activity over the course of the summer break hasn’t put me in a good shape. I noticed this during the strenuous warmups at the beginning of each practice…

DP2 CAS Goals

With this being the final year of my high school career, I have many high prospects for myself that I would like to achieve. This year, I would like to be in my best form through organization and time management. With academics looming over my head 24/7, it will be a challenge to balance them…

An Epilogue to DP1 CAS

Learning done outside the classroom is important to me and I’m able to achieve this through the Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) program. At the beginning of DP1, I set some goals for myself with regards to the three different areas. As this school year comes to an end, it’s time to look over those…

Coached Cricket

For the final mini afterschool activities block of the year, I was delighted to see the option of cricket in the registration sheet. Chances to play cricket come around rarely in school, and as a moderate cricket fan myself, it didn’t require much thinking for me to tick the box. Today was the first out…

Circuitry 101

In pursuit of a shocking interest (pun intended), I recently joined Circuitry 101, an afterschool activity in which we create mini electrical circuits. These sometimes end up in the form of small LED systems or a variable-frequency generator. During the couple of sessions that have past, my perception for the ASA has completely changed from…