Students at The Aryan School are a part of a very close and caring community.
At The Aryan School, learning happens everywhere, all the time, which means it doesn’t stop when classes are over. Our schedule is designed in such a way so as to enable each student to achieve academic success through personal growth. Students encounter learning and growth in the classroom, on the sports field, in the dorms—everywhere on campus.
Student life is about engaging with the curriculum in ways that allow connections between the classroom and the community. Student life is also about making connections that will last a lifetime. Another critical component of education is learning to meet challenges with energy, critical analysis, and the expectation that experience grants wisdom.
Our students come from diverse ethnic, geographic, socioeconomic backgrounds to live and learn, side by side. The strong friendships formed here endure long after a student graduates, as do the life-changing lessons learned.
Our dormitory is more than a place where students sleep at the end of a busy day. Students learn by living with peers from across the country and around the world.
The School provides a welcoming and nurturing atmosphere, enabling students to understand the world around them and the talents within them. The programs are integrated and reinforced in both the classroom and residence halls, creating a cohesive learning and living environment. A priority of our Residential Life program is to provide a safe space for students to have conversations about empathy, managing conflict, resilience, and judgment. These lessons, along with The Aryan’s formal academic curriculum, and co-curricular activities allow the students to thrive
- RISING 5.30 am (Summer), 6.30 am (Winter)
- Bath & Change
- Prep Class
- Evening Tea
- Bath & Change
- Phone Calls (Monday to Saturday)
- Prep class
- Lights Off 9.30 PM (Juniors) 10.00 pm (Seniors)