Senior School's Clubs

The senior school club of Oxford International School is a diverse and inclusive community that offers a variety of extracurricular activities for students. These clubs provide a platform for students to pursue their interests and develop leadership skills through participation in various events, competitions, and community service projects. The club includes several sub-clubs ranging from music, arts, and drama to environmental and debate clubs. Members of the senior school club also have the opportunity to participate in international conferences, cultural events, and exchange programs. The Oxford International School old school club aims to empower its members academically, socially, and culturally, providing them with a well-rounded education beyond the classroom.

Available Clubs for Senior School

OIS Cultural Club includes dance, music, recitation, and drama. The students are actively involved in different cultural activities and are responsible for arranging different events on various occasions. This club is dedicated to spreading awareness, understanding, and appreciation of a particular culture, its people, diversity, and values. This club promotes opportunities for the students to experience cultural variety, participate in educational programs and develop their creative abilities. It promotes a dynamic cultural heritage that is preserved, used, and developed throughout the curriculum.
     
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OIS Art and Craft Club is a place for practicing artists to hone their skills and practice crafts like weaving, carving, or pottery that involve making things skillfully with their hands. Develop their techniques and portfolios, collaborate with other artists like themselves, create bonds with the community through the arts, and learn how to work together through group projects that will beautify the school and community.
     
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The students willing to learn the technicalities of photography & filming are encouraged to join the OIS Photography & Film Club. The students get the opportunity to learn the theoretical aspects as well as get the opportunity to take photographs and exhibit those in the exhibition conducted by the school. The students learn to work in groups as well as learn to take charge of the group. They get the opportunity to create
bonds with the community by visiting different exhibitions and field trips. They get the best exposure through different events organized by the school.

     

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OIS Robotics Club is designed to provide a platform for students to showcase their creativity and innovation. This club aims to gather knowledge from various branches of engineering in the field of robotics. In Robotics Club, students of OIS can learn more than just how to code. This club seeks to enhance student-to-student interaction to transfer and share knowledge and brainstorm new ideas and projects. The students can learn skills in leadership, community involvement, communicating across different technology platforms, finding their passions, and teamwork, which will position them for success well beyond their school years.
     
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Scouts are ‘do-ers’ and ‘give-it-a-go-ers’. A Scout is shaped to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. Scouting achieves its purpose of helping young people develop physically, intellectually, socially, and spiritually. OIS Scout Group aims at building confidence and self-esteem, punctuality learning important life skills and leadership skills.
     
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OIS Social Service Club aims to create and enhance a professional identity as prospective social workers and enhance a more practical knowledge of social work and social services. This club seeks to gain and develop the student’s skills in group dynamics, leadership, cooperation, and coordinating activities, meetings, and events. This club facilitates interaction among students and faculty members in the professional community in the field of social service.
   
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The OIS Debate Club aims to empower the students with the skills of expressing their beliefs clearly and concisely, public speaking, effective communication in a formal setting, and staying aware of current events in the world. This club seeks to train students to express themselves eloquently and effectively and motivate students’ critical thinking.
     
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The OIS Business Club is a good platform for students to practice their leadership and entrepreneurial skills. Members of the OIS Business Club will have opportunities to network via meetings with internal and external stakeholders. Active interaction with the students, opportunities to learn something new, hone leadership skills, and meet and communicate with industry leaders are some of the objectives of the club where their experience would add value to their profile.
     
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The full form of MUN is Model United Nations. It has been designed for the students of class 8 to A Level of Senior School. The OIS MUN Club includes academic activities in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. The OIS MUN Club involves and teaches participants research, speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. The OIS MUN Club aims to engage students and allow them to develop a deeper understanding of current world issues.

     

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OIS Media Club provides coverage for all types of on and off-campus activities and events. The Club is mainly run by students as contributors of stories, photos, videos, and newsworthy articles. This club provides students with the opportunity to express their ideas and talent through media, communication, and journalism. The main purpose of the Media Club is to allow the students to be creative in media. Using media, they will collaborate while getting hands-on experience.

     

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