The National School of Cricket has tied up with a leading school of Dehradun - The Asian School - to cover the academic curriculum as per the CISCE program. The school is located in the middle of the city. 10 minutes drive from the railway station and the the bus terminal, the academic block at Asian Acres is an impressive structure housing classrooms, laboratories, library, auditorium and other spaces that have been designed to promote inter-active learning. Located on campus are also the three hostel blocks - separate for junior boys, senior boys and girls.
Let's take a closer look at these:
- Physics, Chemistry and Biology Laboratories.
- Computer Labs
- Dorms and Dining Hall
- Music and Dance Halls
- Yoga studio
- Language Lab
- Activity Center
- Swimming Pool
- Sports Arena
The Asian School brings together the traditions and ethos of India and modern technology in an environment where every child is an individual. It offers English medium, secular, co-educational education and is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certification Examinations.
The School endeavours to provide a meaningful learning and environment through 'subject based classrooms'. Classrooms are assigned to specific subjects and their interiors are thus, subject specific. This way, the teachers have, immediately at hand, plenty of interest-generating teaching aids, ranging from maps, charts and illustrations to computer software, books and models. These classrooms themselves, consequent to the ambience created with subject specific displays, exhibits, books, etc. serve to generate added student interested in respective subjects and enhance academic motivation.
The School aims to help students make the most of life in campus. Appropriate movies are shown periodically. The common room in the boarding house has a television set and an audio system. Students may avail of these provisions at the end of their daily schedules and on Sundays/holidays.
Students organize informal get-togethers on occasions like birthdays, victory celebrations and festivals. All students are encouraged to display their talents be it singing, playing an instrument, dancing, oratory or histrionics on these occasions, thus generating a feeling of mutual acceptance and oneness.