Holistic Approach to Education

Domnics Daisy Flower High School is dedicated to providing a comprehensive and enriching academic experience that fosters intellectual growth, critical thinking, and a passion for lifelong learning. Our curriculum is designed to challenge students academically while nurturing their individual strengths and interests. With a team of experienced and dedicated educators, we strive to create a dynamic learning environment that encourages curiosity and creativity.

At Daisy Flower High School, we prioritize holistic development, aiming to equip students with not only academic excellence but also essential life skills. Our commitment to fostering a well-rounded education includes a robust extracurricular program, promoting teamwork, leadership, and character building. Through a combination of innovative teaching methods and state-of-the-art facilities, we strive to prepare our students for the challenges of the modern world and inspire them to become responsible global citizens.

We take pride in our vibrant and inclusive community, where diversity is celebrated, and students feel a sense of belonging. Our academic page serves as a window into the exciting journey of learning at Daisy Flower High School, showcasing achievements, faculty insights, and the myriad opportunities that contribute to the holistic development of our students. Join us in shaping the future leaders of tomorrow through a transformative academic experience at Daisy Flower High School.

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Our Values

Our values and attributes, which align with our guiding statements, are integral to creating a school culture and climate to realize our educational goals.













What makes Daisy Flower truly distinctive?

A safe and secure learning environment, with focus on student well-being
Talented, experienced and dedicated teachers with linguistic and cultural diversity
Individualised attention to each child to cater to their diverse learning needs
Technology-enabled teaching to equip students with 21st century skills of creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration
Consistent track record of outstanding academic results, sports and co-curricular achievements
An environment that enables children to appreciate Indian culture and values, whilst fostering International mindedness.

Our Academics Programs

Domnics offers a wide range of scholastic and coscholastic programs under academics designed to provide a holistic education to its students. Scholastic programs focus on core academic subjects such as Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Languages, and Information Technology. These programs help students acquire knowledge, develop critical thinking skills, and prepare them for higher education and future careers. Domnics offers a rigorous, well-structured academic curriculum to challenge students and help them reach their full potential. The school uses modern teaching methods and technology to make learning more engaging and interactive. Co-scholastic programs, on the other hand, are designed to provide students with a comprehensive, well-rounded education that includes extracurricular activities such as sports, performing arts, visual arts, and life skills. These programs are designed to help students develop their talents, interests, and personalities outside a traditional classroom setup. Co-scholastic programs enable students to develop essential life skills such as teamwork, leadership, communication, creativity, and problem-solving. These skills are vital for success in both personal and professional life.
Scholastic Programs
  • Orientation For the Students
  • Formative Assessments
  • Summative Assessments
  • Monthly Oral Tests
  • Revisions
Co-scholastic Programs
  • Abacus
  • Martial Arts/ Karate
  • Yoga
  • Basket Ball
  • Music
Code of Conduct
  1. Domnics High School prohibits plagiarism, cheating, and academic dishonesty.
  2. Unless authorized to work in groups or collaborate with others, students are required to submit their original work.
  3. Proper citation and referencing must be used to acknowledge sources of information used in academic work.
  4. Students must obtain approval from the teacher or instructor before collaborating on assignments and acknowledge all contributors.
  5. Students are required to attend all classes regularly and punctually, as well as participate in all academic activities.
  6. Domnics High School’s policies on technology and electronic devices, such as internet use, email, and social media, must be adhered to by students.
  7. Consequences for any academic misconduct may include suspension, expulsion, or failure of the assignment or exam.
  8. Upholding the highest standards of academic integrity is expected of students, who are encouraged to report suspected code of conduct violations to the appropriate authority.
  9. Educating students about academic integrity and enforcing the code of conduct is the responsibility of teachers and instructors.
  10. The academic code of conduct applies to all students enrolled in St. Dominic High School, regardless of their academic level or program.
School Rules

1. Students must carry their almanac (diary) to school every day, with their photograph and identification information complete and signed by their parents.

2. Students must be neatly dressed in school uniform on all working days. Strict action will be taken against individuals who fail to comply with the school’s uniform regulations, which include wearing skirts/trousers that are not low-waisted and ensuring that shirts are correctly tucked in.

3. Boys should have their hair cut periodically, with no spikes/streaks allowed. Boys in senior classes must shave regularly.

4. It is compulsory for girls to plait their hair if it is below their shoulders, while shorter hair should be kept neatly trimmed and pinned.

5. Students are expected to be respectful of others’ belongings, including school property. Students should not damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on walls or furniture, or damage anything that belongs to others. Any damage must be reported immediately to the class teacher or principal, and the student responsible will be held accountable for the damage.

6. The school is not responsible for lost goods, so it is advisable to refrain from bringing valuable articles (such as expensive watches, pens, mobiles, iPods, cameras, pen drives, CDs, etc.) to school. In the event that a student is caught with any of these valuable items, they will be confiscated and not be given back.

7. Wearing any type of jewellery, such as necklaces, rings, bracelets, bangles, etc., is prohibited for students while attending school. Girls may wear only one set of earrings or studs.

8. Students should maintain a courteous demeanor at all times, as their conduct is a reflection of the school. They are expected to greet their teachers when encountering them, and any form of bullying or inappropriate language will result in punishment.

9. The school has the authority to suspend or implement severe disciplinary measures on a student whose academic performance, or progress is persistently unsatisfactory or whose behavior poses a threat to other students.

10. Once a child has come to school, they should not be taken home on half-day leave unless there is a genuine underlying reason. Short leaves will not be granted under any circumstances on the weekly test days. If a student writes the test and then leaves, they will be marked absent for that day.

11. Students are required to have their report cards signed by their parents or guardians within five days of receiving them and handing them over to their respective class teachers. A fine will be imposed if they are lost.

12. It is mandatory for students to attend all scheduled classes, games, library sessions, and activities without fail.

13. Students should refrain from participating in any of the following activities: spitting inside or outside the school premises, vandalizing or harming any school property, smoking, gambling, being disorderly or impolite, resorting to violence, or engaging in discriminatory behavior such as casteism, communalism, or untouchability.

14. Students are not allowed to drive down to school under any circumstances. Strict action will be taken against students who violate this rule.

15. Students are expected to maintain discipline while traveling on the school bus.

16. The bus facility will be withdrawn immediately if they are found misbehaving. The observance of the school’s rules of discipline and good behavior is essential to a student’s continuance in the school. Strict action, such as expulsion/suspension/restriction, will be taken against any student who violates the school rules or engages in any form of indiscipline.

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