Seshaas School

Student Life

Student Life

Our students were the happiest when we reopened our campus for “in-person” classes post Co-Vid lockdowns.

Our institution takes full advantage of its location in the foothills of Yercaud. Our carefully cultivated culture encourages our students into practicing excellence as a way of life. Our faculty team have deep ties with their respective students, to be able to, truly empathize with their rebellious teenage mindset enabling them to guide our future leaders with most optimal engagement.


Clubs & Activities 


Hours of Sports per Week


Catalytic Lectures per Year


Saturdays for CCA Focus


Learning is the relatively permanent change in a person’s behavior due to experience. It’s the ability to direct individual accomplishments towards organizational objectives. Such a teamwork was developed in our house system. The young minds are driven towards charity, leadership, creative thinking and decision making.

The five houses are named after five elements of nature namely Air, Water, Earth, Sky and Fire. All the students work for their house with a way to succeed and win the trophy.

All the students are distributed in five distinct houses as they step into school. Every house was led by a dutiful captain, vice-captain, and a group of teachers to guide them. All the five houses compete throughout the year in many activities such as sports and games. Cultural competition and prayer presentation. This rivalry builds a healthy team spirit and community spirit where they strengthen their friendship and togetherness.

Sports & Fitness

Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose-it teaches you about life.” – Billie Jean King.

Extracurricular Clubs

All Saturdays are spent on house activities. As life skills play a vital role. They are being trained to work on it. Students learn pottery, carpentry, weaving, visual art, performing art & craft etc., alternative week is spared for activity and sports.

Fancy fete is the grand mela in which the hand-made items, food court(traditional) and games are organized for the students, parents, and visitors. The amount earned will be donated to charity as we believe “charity begins at schools”.

E-Waste Management:

E waste management is a student-led research program which is done in collaboration with other schools at national and international level. Students will observe, identify, compare, and research on the pros and cons of electronic items in the daily life of an individual. They express their views in various creative methods like art, craft, dance, poems, stories, and research papers. In national and international levels, they collaborate with students to exchange their views and suggestions and team up on ways to avoid and reduce the impact of e-waste accumulation. We also participate in e-waste collection drive where students collect the unused and waste electronic items at their homes and surroundings and it will be later handed over to e-waste recycling centers


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