New Horizon Gurukul believes that when a child is exposed to various experiences, as opposed to being solely focused on being just a bookworm, grows up to excel socially, emotionally and professionally in this inter-dependent and complex world. These influences are gently introduced into the child’s perspective over a period of time through our after school activities.

After school activities ranges from Sports to Creative Arts that help develop the interpersonal skills of a child. These activities give children the impetus, in an atmosphere of constructive and healthy competition to discover individual talents, to work in collaboration and to become outstanding performers.

Inter school competitions are means to provide opportunities for shishyas to extend their personal interests and experiences and to develop both self reliance and social and cultural awareness. It enables to build a good rapport with the schools and to encourage and motivate the hidden talent of the students. We believe that this programme will form a base for the Shishyas to compete in various events at higher level.


Holi Day Celebration 2017

Holi Celebration Holi, the Hindu Festival of colours comes at the end of the winter season and marks the beginning ...
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Maatru Vandana

Yadevisarvabhuteshu, Shaktirupenasamsthita, NamastastyaiNamastastyaiNamastastyainamonamaha To salute the paramount position of a mother in the world , to uphold the divinity of ...
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Annual Sports Meet 2016-17

Sports and games are an integral part in the all round development of children in New Horizon Gurukul. Sports teach ...
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Republic Day Celebration 2017

The 68th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at New Horizon Gurukul on 26th January 2017.The ...
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Guru Purnima

This day holds a special significance in New Horizon Gurukul. The day began with the assembly dedicated to the Guru ...
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Karnataka Rajyotsava

“The Rajyotsava Day” is the state festival of Karnataka and is observed on November 1st every year. The day is ...
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New Horizon Gurukul has four houses named after four brave warriors of Mahabharata, namely, Abhimanyu, Arjun, Bheem & Eklavya.

Objectives :

  • Develop pride in the school
  • Develop a school culture
  • Recognize participation and achievement in extracurricular activities
  • Introduce a varied cultural programme
  • Encourage a healthy competitive environment
  • Encourage multi-level participation
  • develop leadership and pastoral skills at both junior and senior level
  • Develop unity and a common interest between staff, as well as pupils and staff

Various activities such as Fancy Dress competition, show & tell, Cooking without fire, Debate, Street play etc are conducted to help nurture hidden talents in shishyas, thus aiming for holistic development.

EVERYTHING THAT IS EXCELLENT WILL COME WHEN THIS SLEEPING SOUL IS AROUSED TO SELF CONSCIOUS ACTIVITIES – Swami Vivekanand

Field trips are recognized as important moments in learning; a shared social experience that provides the opportunity for students to encounter and explore novel things in an authentic setting. Their importance is supported by professional an organization which asserts field trips can “deepen and enhance” classroom study and a quality school curriculum is one that extends beyond the walls of the classroom.


Rain Water Harvesting – Field trip

Rain Water Harvesting- Field trip Some of us may have heard the popular slogan ‘a drop harvested is a crop ...
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Field Trip to Fun World

The students assembled at the school early morning and boarded the school bus at 8.50 am and headed towards the ...
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TENTH GRADER’S EXCURSION TO GOA

Amazing Churches, Temples, river cruises and how can one forget the beaches? There is so much to do and so ...
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June to March is a very important period in the school academic year. Both scholastic and co scholastic activities go on with full vigor and a favourite time to conduct ‘School Annual Day Celebration’. It provides a platform for the Shishyas to showcase their talents and urges the Gurus to bring out and polish the creativity in them. An occasion for the Shishyas to step on the stage and conquer their fear of speaking and performing in front of the large gathering, School Annual Day celebrations are a great way to bring various culture into the classroom. They provide an opportunity to enhance the shishyas’ knowledge if they have been planned in a meaningful and productive manner. New Horizon Gurukul celebrates its Annual Day in alternate yearsbased on various themes. Last year NHG presented the famous classic “Wizard of Oz” as a musical extravaganza, spread over three grand days.

School sports refer to athletic programs in the context of the school setting.The objective of school sports is the enrichment of the high school experience of Shishyas within the context of the educational mission of Gurukul. The objective of our Annual Sports Meet is to contribute to the overall education of all students, not athletes only. Other qualities logically follow from the educational mission: citizenship, sportsmanship, fair play, teamwork, respect, and health and welfare of all students not only during the school years but continuing into adulthood.

+ Inter School Activities

Inter school competitions are means to provide opportunities for shishyas to extend their personal interests and experiences and to develop both self reliance and social and cultural awareness. It enables to build a good rapport with the schools and to encourage and motivate the hidden talent of the students. We believe that this programme will form a base for the Shishyas to compete in various events at higher level.


Holi Day Celebration 2017

Holi Celebration Holi, the Hindu Festival of colours comes at the end of the winter season and marks the beginning ...
Read More

Maatru Vandana

Yadevisarvabhuteshu, Shaktirupenasamsthita, NamastastyaiNamastastyaiNamastastyainamonamaha To salute the paramount position of a mother in the world , to uphold the divinity of ...
Read More

Annual Sports Meet 2016-17

Sports and games are an integral part in the all round development of children in New Horizon Gurukul. Sports teach ...
Read More

Republic Day Celebration 2017

The 68th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at New Horizon Gurukul on 26th January 2017.The ...
Read More

Guru Purnima

This day holds a special significance in New Horizon Gurukul. The day began with the assembly dedicated to the Guru ...
Read More

Karnataka Rajyotsava

“The Rajyotsava Day” is the state festival of Karnataka and is observed on November 1st every year. The day is ...
Read More
+ Inter House Activities

New Horizon Gurukul has four houses named after four brave warriors of Mahabharata, namely, Abhimanyu, Arjun, Bheem & Eklavya.

Objectives :

  • Develop pride in the school
  • Develop a school culture
  • Recognize participation and achievement in extracurricular activities
  • Introduce a varied cultural programme
  • Encourage a healthy competitive environment
  • Encourage multi-level participation
  • develop leadership and pastoral skills at both junior and senior level
  • Develop unity and a common interest between staff, as well as pupils and staff

Various activities such as Fancy Dress competition, show & tell, Cooking without fire, Debate, Street play etc are conducted to help nurture hidden talents in shishyas, thus aiming for holistic development.

+ Field Trips

EVERYTHING THAT IS EXCELLENT WILL COME WHEN THIS SLEEPING SOUL IS AROUSED TO SELF CONSCIOUS ACTIVITIES – Swami Vivekanand

Field trips are recognized as important moments in learning; a shared social experience that provides the opportunity for students to encounter and explore novel things in an authentic setting. Their importance is supported by professional an organization which asserts field trips can “deepen and enhance” classroom study and a quality school curriculum is one that extends beyond the walls of the classroom.


Rain Water Harvesting – Field trip

Rain Water Harvesting- Field trip Some of us may have heard the popular slogan ‘a drop harvested is a crop ...
Read More

Field Trip to Fun World

The students assembled at the school early morning and boarded the school bus at 8.50 am and headed towards the ...
Read More

TENTH GRADER’S EXCURSION TO GOA

Amazing Churches, Temples, river cruises and how can one forget the beaches? There is so much to do and so ...
Read More
+ Annual Day

June to March is a very important period in the school academic year. Both scholastic and co scholastic activities go on with full vigor and a favourite time to conduct ‘School Annual Day Celebration’. It provides a platform for the Shishyas to showcase their talents and urges the Gurus to bring out and polish the creativity in them. An occasion for the Shishyas to step on the stage and conquer their fear of speaking and performing in front of the large gathering, School Annual Day celebrations are a great way to bring various culture into the classroom. They provide an opportunity to enhance the shishyas’ knowledge if they have been planned in a meaningful and productive manner. New Horizon Gurukul celebrates its Annual Day in alternate yearsbased on various themes. Last year NHG presented the famous classic “Wizard of Oz” as a musical extravaganza, spread over three grand days.

+ Annual Sports Meet

School sports refer to athletic programs in the context of the school setting.The objective of school sports is the enrichment of the high school experience of Shishyas within the context of the educational mission of Gurukul. The objective of our Annual Sports Meet is to contribute to the overall education of all students, not athletes only. Other qualities logically follow from the educational mission: citizenship, sportsmanship, fair play, teamwork, respect, and health and welfare of all students not only during the school years but continuing into adulthood.

Special coaching after the school hours

Dance Basket Ball
Music Karate
Badminton Foot Ball