SHEMROCK Sec School, The stay in the school is viewed as the time spent to grow, to face challenge and for self-assessment. The school's goal for classes' six to eight is to develop independent thinkers and life-long learners, with a focus on character development (one feels bad to see individuals crossing red light). Personal relationship between students and their teachers is fundamental to enhance students' strengths. To nurture relationships and community within the school, emphasis is placed on educating the child's intellectual, social, emotional, ethical, and physical growth. All middle schoolers take part in three or more outdoor educational experiences; they participate in community service trips several times every year; and they gather for events such as games ,concerts and gallery shows. The goal behind these activities and threw pursuits is to further develop and hone social skills outside of the traditional classroom environment.
SHEMROCK Senior Sec School's upper division is the final stage in our mission to promote character, community and knowledge in our students. Through a CBSE curriculum and through a strong, visual and performing arts, outdoor education, community service athletics program and cross-age activities in a k-12 environment we create independent thinkers that upon graduation are prepared to take their places as role models within the multiple community in which they live.