Student Clubs are important parts of vibrant cultural
environment of LRI. Formed in the functional interest areas and driven by the
student quest itself to organize their ownselves, the Clubs offer to them a
kitemark to excel in their aptitude areas.
LRI currently has the following clubs:
In addition to the above –mentioned Clubs, LRI is also home to
many after- School Clubs through which students schedule their meets and events
through an academic year.
and Recreation Club
An assortment of opportunities makes the school year of students
enjoyable as they enliven individually and in groups various events including
Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Football, Badminton, Table Tennis, Wiffle
Ball, Petanque, Tchoukball, Ringo, Circle-Kabaddi, Langadi, Athletics, Martial
Art, and Swimming. Specified classes have weekly Physical Training (PT) AND
Scout as well. The other co-curricular activities offered are: Case study
presentation, Panel discussion, Elocution, Public Speaking, Debate, Poetry
writing/recitation, Essay-writing, Art, Handicraft, Quiz, Spelling, Singing,
Dance, Orchestra, Dramatics, Mimicry, Ad-spoof, Spin-a-Yarn, Excursions, etc.
The students join a literacy circle, where they enjoy composing
the articles, like stories, essays, poems, jokes, amazing facts, compilation of
important quotations, crosswords, etc in English and Nepali on a regular basis.
Selected articles are sent to the newspapers and other magazines for
The School takes part in various inter-School, national, and
international competitions and it has to its credit winning the prestigious
Shields/Medals in numerous categories, viz. Basketball, Volleyball,
Football, Karate, Marathon, Oratory, Poem recitation, Quiz, Art/Craft,
Music, Dance, Orchestra, Swimming, Spelling contest, Elocution, etc.
The School believes in motivating and inspiring the students to
give their best pursuing the modern trend of ‘friendship and growth through
competition’. It emphasizes the spirit of collaboration and co-operation among
pupils and fosters team-spirit. For the purpose, students are grouped into
these four Houses:-
1. Bhanubhakta (Yellow) – Towards Greater Prosperity
2. Buddha (Red) –
3. Everest (Blue) –
4. Pashupati (Green) –
In Him we believe
These Houses are led by Captains and Vice Captains. Based on the
highest number of points earned in different events and activities held during
a year, the Best House is felicitated.
There are separate School Perfects, Sports Perfect, and Hostel
Perfect. And, every class has two Class Monitors (one boy and a girl). All
these student-leaders together form a Prefecture, which plans and carries-out
various events under the guidance of School academia.
Not to miss-out, the School
has a Students’ Quality Circle (SQC) that undertakes variety of activities
involving the students of different classes to enable them explore the leader