Co-Curricular activities are those which are undertaken side by side with the curricular activities. A co-curricular activity essentially takes place outside a typical pen and pencil classroom experience. It gives the students an opportunity to develop particular skills and exhibit their non-academic abilities. These activities might be compulsory, such as music, art or drama classes that take place during the day. Others generally are voluntary, such as participating in school sports team, school debating team or student newsletters. In either case, participation can assist students in more than one ways. For the all round development of students the school staff lays emphasis on Co-Curricular activities. For this purpose, our school follows the House System. All the students are divided into four houses i.e. Sehjo Bai, Meera Bai, Rabya Basri, Saint Mary. Different competitions are conducted time to time, thus, developing the leadership and organising skills among the students. Education is a pretty broad concept that surpasses the four walls of a classroom. The core aim of education is to fosterall round development of a child. All round development essentially means intellectual, physical, moral, sensible and social development. All round development can be achieved only through education. Education plays a fundamental role in the making of a man and his development as a culturally well developed social animal. To fulfil these objectives, there is a prime need of striking a balance between syllabus, curriculum, books and also co-curricular activities beyond that.