Charis High Academy,CBSE

Charis High Academy is an unaided Christian school. The school is managed by the Charis Educational Society, a non-Profit organization. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.

Administrator's Note

We have all heard the term “fire in the belly”. It means to be fired up with a powerful sense of ambition or determination. This is our school’s attitude as we go forward into the new academic session. We are excited to be a part of the educational system that seeks to motivate, train up and facilitate the uniqueness of each of our students. After all, the future lies in the hands of people like our children.

We are now into the sixth year of the Special Educational Needs’ (SEN) section which caters to students who require special one-on-one intervention. Every child is teachable and if someone cannot learn in the way we teach them, then we need to teach them in the way they can learn. It requires determination, expertise and empathy to intervene with children having special learning disabilities and we are committed to providing for such children within an integrated inclusive environment in CHA.

A word to today’s parents- Let’s not fall into the trap of consumerism. We have to walk the thin line everyday between choosing what’s good and “necessary” for our children and what’s only a “want” on their part. Otherwise we might end up with children who are merely good consumers of a vast array of goods and services on endless offer all around us. Instead, let’s embrace our cultural values and our faith so that we make the “less is more” philosophy our life-style. Yes, as an educational institution, our goal is towards achieving academic excellence. Yet, everything should not be seen in terms of serving materialism and the world market. Our children are intrinsically more valuable and more precious than being a cog in the wheel. Schools cannot work like markets.


We also recognize that there will always be children from socially and economically weaker section in society. As per our school’s aim we always have a place for deserving students, by providing the necessary assistance in any way we can.

We are fielding our fifth batch of class 10 students who shall be appearing for the 2022 CBSE Board exams.They will be sorely missed as they leave us.

In parting, let me underscore the serious negativity of too much electronics time for your children – experts say half an hour of total electronics time (TV, video games, internet, social media etc put together) is enough for a child in a day.

God bless us all in this academic session 2022-2023.

Warm regards,
Mrs. Chanmayo J.Aier

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Principal’s Note                                “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”

                                                                             Thank you.


— Hamish D. P. Jyrwa

Curriculum Overview

The Charis High Academy aims at offering all our students a broad and balanced curriculum that provides rewarding and stimulating activities to prepare them for the best social and cultural life.

Field Trip to (Atoqa Tea Producer Co. Ltd)

The aim of this trip is to give our students an opportunity to learn about the process of tea production and gain an understanding of the importance of tea in our culture and economy. The tea garden visit will be an interactive experience that will encourage learning beyond the classroom.

Field Trip To Stone Park

A field trip is a visit to an area outside of the normal classroom where children can try new things, have different experiences, and learn valuable life lessons.

World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day Celebration

World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is a time to celebrate the spirit of humanitarianism and recognize the individuals who make a difference in their communities. We wanted to celebrate the people in our communities, “the person next door”, who often are the first ones to step up and support those in need around them..

Field Trip To ICAR

A field trip is a visit to an area outside of the normal classroom where children can try new things, have different experiences, and learn valuable life lessons. A field trip can be to countless locations where students can see new sights and have hands-on opportunities in a wide variety of experiences

Labour Day 2023

The school celebrated International Labour Day. Students and staff took part in a virtual special morning assembly. Students were enlightened about how the contribution of labourers to our society and how they are the key components of the growing economy. Each student participated exuberantly in activities of the day namely oration, poster making, writing special note of thanks etc.

Junior Painting Competition 2023-24

Painting Competitions For Kids in 2023 There are many painting competitions for kids that are held every year. These can be participated individually or through schools. It happens all year round and offers a great opportunity for students to show their creativity.

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Club Activities in Schools

School clubs create small communities. They attract people who share the same interests such as in music, arts, or sports. Club activities help students develop sense of unity and teamwork, learning how to work with others in reaching the same goals. They help learners develop social skills
  • Coding Club

    The Coding Club helps students develop programming skills and inspires them to pursue future programming and other digital careers. It teaches not only how the programming language works, but also how to use it for a specific purpose based on the field the student wishes to pursue.

  • Craft Club

    Crafts Club is a fun way for students to learn about making household objects into works of art. The activities are easy, thought-provoking, and educational. Crafts explore themes such as culture, science, and math. Through these crafts, students learn background information about each of the themes.

  • Paper Mache Club

    Paper mâché is one of those classic art techniques that all children should experience at some point in their childhood. Getting your hands covered in ooey, gooey paste is a rite of passage! You will need some preparation and planning, but the process is so enriching and the end result is always kind of magical.

  • Heritage Club

    The idea of setting up Heritage Club in schools across the country began in 2002 to make the students aware and be proud of the richness of the natural and cultural heritage in their own locality, state and country

  • Cooking Club

    The only way to eat well is to know how to cook. The students of Cookery Club are imparted knowledge about various cooking techniques and the wide variety of ingredients that are very widely used across the world.

  • Quizz Club

    Quizzing is an art and a test of the intellect. The Quiz club of the college aims at identifying students with quizzing talent and creating opportunities for them to sharpen their quizzing skills.

  • Eco Club

    Promote ethos of conservation of water by optimizing the use of water. Motivate students to imbibe habits and life style for minimum waste generation, source separation of waste and disposing the waste to the nearest storage point.

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