Healthy–Mind International School (HIS) rests on the bedrock of the true essence of education, which is – to make a child an eminently valuable contributor to the world we live in. Our goal is to build a new generation of lifelong learners, whose specialization or career is just a by-product of their evolved mind, to become not just ordinary, but extraordinary adults with high order thinking skills that will help them to attain professional as well as personal success.
We believe that the real key to education is to unlock the mind and to make it open, accepting, and curious. We also believe that the true meaning of education is not to pour into you what you do not need but to bring out what you already have and help you to enhance it to become the best that you can. At HIS, every child will have access to professional training and coaching in the sphere of Tennis, Swimming, Football, and other allied sports with world-class facilities. Along with sports and academics, the child’s sense modalities will be stimulated through a host of co-curricular activities like dance, music, theatre, yoga, art, etc. Our professionally trained teachers will create a joyful learning environment to focus on unique talent/s in every child rather than focusing merely on filling up their minds with textbook knowledge. For far too long, the belief has been that career building is the quintessence of education, but we challenge this age-old redundant notion. Instead, our goal is to build a new generation of lifelong learners who will become global citizens and leaders in their individual professions.
To empower our Students, Faculty, and Parents to become Lifelong Learners and Masters of their lives with an INFINITE Vision to Excel professionally as well personally by discovering their unique TALENTS & INFINITE possibilities.
Statement of Principles
Healthy–Mind International School (HIS) will not tolerate any academic dishonesty and will not avail the privileges of the school to the offender. Learners play an active role in their own education and each student bears responsibility for their own actions, words and behavior. Any student who neglects this responsibility loses out on the opportunity to attain eminent international education and proves unworthy of it.
Individuals learn and contribute to the body of knowledge by reviewing work already done and by using it as the basis for generating new ideas, discovering new data, and drawing conclusions. Though the process of learning is undeniably collaborative, one’s achievement in that process is assessed on the basis of one’s individual contribution. Academic honesty requires carefully differentiating one’s own work from that of others. This means carefully tracing the boundary between others’ efforts and one’s own.
A learner who commits any act of academic dishonesty, including knowingly helping another student to commit such an act, or failing to report when another student has committed such an act, rejects such responsibility and may forfeit the privilege to remain a member of the HIS academic community, particularly if the student is unwilling or unable to recognize the seriousness of the offence. It is crucial for learners to avoid even the appearance of dishonesty. Any violation of these principles constitutes academic dishonesty.
Procedures for Addressing Violations:
The names of all students involved in academic dishonesty issues shall be held confidential.
All concerns regarding possible violations of these principles by students will be brought to the attention of the School Disciplinary Committee. The student will be provided, in writing, with the same documentation of allegation that the committee receives. If the allegation involves an individual who is a member of a committee, or holds a position in the school or class, the position held or title by the individual will be stripped off.
Continual revision of policies
Continual reflection and revision are essential to enhance the learning experience and stay current with any advancement. To this end, we revise and update our policies at the beginning of each academic year.
Current revision: August 2021