At Centre Point, we cater to the interests, skills and multiple intelligence of our students andequip them with life skills, and engage them in various co-curricular activities. Students participate in art and craft competitions and exhibitions of their artwork are held in the city art galleries. Talented and trained faculties mentor students in Performing Arts who in turnwin accolades at the local and national level.Our students have regularly excelled at the national and international levels invarious sports.Day Boardingoffers skill-based activities like Aeromodelling and students opt for them to hone their talents and skills to perfection.
Students get opportunities to participate in Interhouse competitions. The Student Council is an elected teamof Captains, Vice Captains and Prefects who play a major role in the school.
Art and Craft open up a whole new world of color and creativity to the ones blessed with Visual Intelligence. Therefore right from the very young to the seniors, Visual Arts form a regular in the school time-table. Students have won innumerable laurels in national and international scenarios.
DAY BOARDING is optional and held in the school premises beyond school hours. The objective is to allow students to choose and develop a hobby within safe environs and without more commuting.
It greatly helps in personality development.
Day boarders wait for the red letter days when they leave the familiar environs of home and school and spend a few idyllic days in the wild. However it is not all fun and play. Training by experts is imparted to help them learn the tricks of survival, collaborative work, problem solving, etc
Sports are a necessary and important component of school upbringing-so feels CPS. Thus the emphasis on Sports is tremendous as a means of all round development of body and mind.
There have been District, State and National Level achievers. Some players have played International Chess, Skating and Lawn Tennis too.
The following facilities are given to all students :
To encourage the spirit of healthy competition, the student body is divided into four Houses as Red, Green, Blue and Yellow. The Students’ Council comprises the House Captains, Vice Captains, and Prefects.
They are led by the School Captain and School Vice Captain. The Students’ Council meets regularly to discuss school issues and have a major say in the running of the school.
There are regular Inter-House Competitions which are keenly contested. These include varied activities such as Performing and Visual Arts, Sports, etc including