Co-curricular activities in school build character and help develop multiple skills in scholars. A plethora of activities in literature, art, science, performing arts and sports, benefits scholars immensely. We also cultivate non- academic skills such as leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Inter-school competitions expose scholars to challenging real-world scenarios, thus, training them to become competent individuals. Interaction with students of different schools makes our scholars knowledgeable of the community around them. It also makes them aware of the International standards maintained and expected at Genesis Global School.
At the end of their schooling years, we expect our scholars to not only be academically successful, but also multifaceted, forward thinking individuals, who carry with them leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship skills. Writing and publishing is at the forefront for both day-scholars and resident-scholars. The Genesians publish four magazines and newsletters.