School Activities, Clubs, and Organization

School Activities

RIS school activities are an integral part of the the RIS school program. Our purpose  is to provide opportunities for students to be involved in the life of the school. Where they experience, leadership opportunities, collaboration, team work, and problem solving skills that help them grow into well-rounded adults. These Activities expand interactions among students, who are likely to interact with others who are different from them. Thus, opportunities to experience diversity are enhanced.

Foundation Day
UN and Kamayan Festival
World Teachers’ Day
Annual Show
Anthology Soirée
Primary School Family Day
High School Night
Retreat and Recollection
Field Trips
Intramural Sports
Commencement Exercises

School Clubs

The RIS clubs create small communities. That attract students who share common interests such as in music, arts, or sports. The RIS Club activities help our students develop sense of unity and teamwork, learning how to work with others in reaching the same goals. They help our students develop social -emotional skills.

Art Club

    The Art Club provides an excellent opportunity for students to get involved and learn about different art techniques using different mediums. It promotes creativity and imaginative thinking, allowing artists and non-artists alike to develop a common interest in the creation of art.

Glee Club

    The Glee Club is for students who have passion in music and performing arts. It exposes students to different musical instruments and genres, to inculcate in them a genuine love and interest in music and develop their musical talents and skills.

Math & Science Club

    The Math and Science Club is a social, academic, and exploratory organization open to students who are genuinely interested in Math and Science and Technology. This club promotes the enjoyment and appreciation of these subjects though activities, experiments, and explorations.

Digital Media Club

The Digital Media Club caters to the needs of 21st-century learners. It gives students an opportunity to develop friendships as they learn, practice, and collaborate using their digital media skills in relevant and fun ways. More so, the club aims to help the students explore the possibilities of immersing themselves into the digital world and to show creativity using the 21st century way (digital).

Student Council

The Student Council is part of the school Guidance Program. It is an organization conducted by students and supervised by the student council adviser. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with the school-wide community.

The function of the student council is based upon democratic procedures. Ideas are presented, voted upon, and confirmed by the student body president.

Students who are interested in leadership, event planning, or becoming more involved in the school are welcome to participate

Social Action

Social action brings our students together to help address community concerns & support other people to help improve quality of life. It involves our students giving their time and other resources for the common good, in a range of forms – from volunteering to community-owned services, fund raising, and peer networks to community organising.