Every student is required to take part in the various co-curricular activities, which are meant to form character, foster team-work, and promote a sense of service to one's country and fellowmen. Regular games and tournaments under the supervision of the teachers are organized during the course of the year. Literary activities like debates, dramatics, essay competition, elocution, quiz programmers etc. and outdoor activities like camps, educational tours, social service camp are also part and parcel of the education that we impart in St. Teresa's.
To give students an opportunity to showcase and hone their talents and also prepare them for inter-school competitions, various club activities are conducted throughout the year. Club activities not only help students shape their personal interests and hobbies but also improve their leadership and social skills. We offer different clubs for students of Grades VI to XII, where they can choose the club depending on his/her interest.
NCC is one such activity that school students can pursue to add to their learnings and aptitude. To develop character, discipline, leadership, courage, secular outlook and the spirit of adventure amongst the youth of the country school provides training sessions for the young cadets to adopt leadership in every sphere of life so that they are always ready to serve their nation effectively and passionately. Candidates are trained in drill, shooting, physical fitness, First aid, map reading, sailing and camp training, which develops confidence and responsibility among the cadets.
In this era of social networking, the connection with their past students doesn't stop with this. Institutions have realized how a strong and positive relationship with their alumni can benefit them socially, academically and professionally. Likewise, even the alumni community has realized that it's not just a mere nostalgia that they associate their alma-mater with, but it's much beyond that. The school strongly believes that alumni are a huge talent pool whose guidance can be beneficial to many students and other fellow-alumni in their respective areas of study.