RESIDENTIAL LIFE AT RIS

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Since RiverDale would be your child’s “home away from home”, utmost care is taken to provide an atmosphere similar to the one left behind. Residential life embodies everything apart from classroom learning afforded through facilities and amenities provided by the school.

Since the core objective of our school is to impart a holistic development, much learning is imbibed outside the classroom via a multitude of activities and programmes discussed subsequently.

Since RiverDale would be your child’s “home away from home”, utmost care is taken to provide an atmosphere similar to the one left behind. Residential life embodies everything apart from classroom learning afforded through facilities and amenities provided by the school.

Since the core objective of our school is to impart a holistic development, much learning is imbibed outside the classroom via a multitude of activities and programmes discussed subsequently.

A key feature of any residential school is dormitories, where children spend a great deal of their time and finally reside. Special attention to detail was given during the construction of dormitories to include every conceivable amenity to rival top boarding schools in the country.

A key feature of any residential school is dormitories, where children spend a great deal of their time and finally reside. Special attention to detail was given during the construction of dormitories to include every conceivable amenity to rival top boarding schools in the country.

Dormitories are areas for relaxing, resting, socializing and studying. The design of the buildings is conducive for creating an ideal setting for comfortable and harmonious living.

Five dormitories, each named after an individual virtue, are spread across the campus with a suitable distance maintained between dormitories for girls and boys, and even seniors and juniors.

Senior boys (grade 8 to 12) occupy “Peace” and “Wisdom” dorms.

Dormitories are areas for relaxing, resting, socializing and studying. The design of the buildings is conducive for creating an ideal setting for comfortable and harmonious living.

Five dormitories, each named after an individual virtue, are spread across the campus with a suitable distance maintained between dormitories for girls and boys, and even seniors and juniors.

Senior boys (grade 8 to 12) occupy “Peace” and “Wisdom” dorms.

Junior boys (grade 2 to 7) reside at “Harmony”.

Junior boys (grade 2 to 7) reside at “Harmony”.

Senior girls (grade 11 and 12) live in “Unity”

Junior girls (grade 2 to 10) inhabit “Fellowship”

Senior girls (grade 11 and 12) live in “Unity”

Junior girls (grade 2 to 10) inhabit “Fellowship”

Each dormitoryhas a resident dorm-parent creating a family-like environment that provides for round the clock mature and loving supervision and guidance.

Every room within a dorm is spread out over a generous 1,000 sq feet with a separate section for bathrooms, toilets and wash basins. 10 students share each room up till high school and 5 students live together in a room in Junior College (grade 11 and 12).

Every dorm is complete with two common rooms for leisurely activities such as snooker, table-tennis, carom and television.

Each dormitoryhas a resident dorm-parent creating a family-like environment that provides for round the clock mature and loving supervision and guidance.

Every room within a dorm is spread out over a generous 1,000 sq feet with a separate section for bathrooms, toilets and wash basins. 10 students share each room up till high school and 5 students live together in a room in Junior College (grade 11 and 12).

Every dorm is complete with two common rooms for leisurely activities such as snooker, table-tennis, carom and television.

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