Everybody longs for a break from the regular schedule. It helps one to feel refreshed and rejuvenated. The teachers of the school were taken for an outing to break the monotony of the daily rigmarole to ‘Palm Exotica’ by the Management. The teachers were welcomed with a soft drink to quench their thirst. They were absolutely thrilled to see the varied games like ‘Go Carting,’ ‘Bungee Jumping,’ ‘Dust Carting,’ ‘Zee line,’ ‘Rocket Ejector’ at the venue. To beat the sun’s heat many teachers enjoyed the ‘Rain Dance,’ and playing in the swimming pool. The delicious food served gave one a rich aroma which enticed the teachers’ taste buds. After the sumptuous lunch, some teachers danced to the foot-tapping music.
In the evening, the teachers enjoyed the snacks served to them. The delightful day culminated with all the teachers thanking the management for selecting such a wonderful place for them to enjoy.
Posted on February 27, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School bid fond farewell to the students of Class X and XII. The farewell party was celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm and joy. It was an occasion for the outgoing students to look back at the time that they had spent in the school.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi thanked the students for their contribution in making the school one of the best CBSE schools in India. She bid an emotional farewell to the students and wished them good luck for the future.
The Academic Director, Ms. G .Sree Devi in her speech asked the students to remember what the school had taught them. She said that it would be imprudent to start with the letter ‘I’ and told the students that they are responsible for what they become in life.’ A variety of cultural programmes were organized for the outgoing students by the juniors. The outgoing students expressed their deep love and gratitude to the teachers. They also shared their memorable moments spent with their classmates.
Ms. JHPS title was won by D.C Kamala and Mr. JHPS by A. Arkesh of class X and Ruchita Iyer and Mohd. Wael for class XII. The outgoing batches were given mementoes as a token of love.
Posted on February 20, 2016
The contribution and performance of Jubilee Hills Public School in the field of education has been recognized time and again. The school has been ranked No. 1 in Hyderabad as per a recent survey conducted by Asia’s premier magazine, Digital Learning.
Jubilee Hills Public School has been ranked No. 1 in parameters such as Academic Outcomes, Goodwill, Legacy and Reputation, Future Ready Academic Infrastructure, Enrichment of Learning Experience and Career Advancement.
The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi received the certificate in a ceremony organized at New Delhi.
Posted on February 18, 2016
INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) organized a film festival at Jubilee Hills Public School Hyderabad to showcase the short films made by the students of various schools. Nine schools from Hyderabad participated in the festival. Ms Purnima and Ms Anuradha Reddy, Co Convenor, Telangana Chapter, Convenor Hyderabad Chapter, organized the programme.
Mr. Pranav Pingle Reddy, the Chief Guest gave away the prizes to the winners. The best films made by the students were screened on the occasion and all the students were given certificates. Jubilee Hills Public School won awards in the following categories- Best Film with the Message-‘Protect Rivers and Lakes.’ Best Story Line- ‘Deepavali Celebrations’
Posted on February 16, 2016
Students of class I of Jubilee Hills Public School organized a spectacular Parent Day show , ‘Rhapsody’ on 6th February, 2016.The programme started with a welcome dance invoking the blessing of Goddess Saraswathi.
Children enthusiastically portrayed their knowledge on various aspects of life, safety at home, in school, table manners, travelling etiquettes etc. The Primary Headmistress Ms. Sonia Nagpal mentioned that the students of Jubilee Hills Public School are nurtured socially, emotionally and intellectually and are taught ethics, life skills and much more beyond the curriculum.
The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund mentioned that children should enjoy their childhood and are advised to use technology rationed till the 5th grade.
The President Sri K. Krishnadev Rao mentioned that tradition and value systems of India should be kept alive.
Posted on February 6, 2016