One more milestone achieved by City Pride School by securing 10th position in "Green School of India" by Education World::CPS has the highest no. of State Rankers (CBSE) from Std V Middle School Scholarship Exam (2016-17) with Tanishka Doiphode as the City Topper and 2nd State Ranker :: City Pride School, has yet again secured 100% result in the CBSE Std X Exam.Vinaya Nair stood first by securing 99% and Gauri Amin scored 98% in Std X exam::CPS has received the Most Ideal School Award by PCMC Corporation for excellence in school education in all aspects::City Pride School has been accredited as CREATIVE SCHOOL by COUNCIL FOR CREATIVE EDUCATION FINLAND
 
School Discipline
 
  • 1) Students must be in the school premises before 8.15 am. / 9.15 am.
  • 2) From the very first day of the reopening of the school, students are required to come neatly dressed in their uniform.
  • 3) Speaking in English is enforced in the class & within the school premises.
  • 4) Personal Cleanliness and hygiene are recommended to all.
  • 5) Students should not wear any jewellery to school. Expensive items such as Cameras, I-pods, mobile phones and so on are not permitted at school. The school is not responsible for loss or theft of such items and if brought to the school. They will be confiscated. No child is allowed to bring money to school.
  • 6) Attendance at school functions like Independence Day & Republic day is compulsory.
  • 7) Boys should have a military hair cut.
  • 8) Regular attendance and study habits, prompt obedience, courtesy in speech and conduct, personal cleanliness is expected from every pupil.
  • 9) The cleanliness of the school campus is the responsibility of every person in the campus. Bins are provided for use. There is no indignity in picking up litter and putting it in the bin.
  • 10) Any form of verbal or physical abuse in the school is totally unacceptable, under no circumstances should students abuse or fight with each other. Strict action will be taken against the defaulter.
  • 11) Only students of class VII and above are allowed to wear a watch. The watch must not be the expensive variety and it will be the responsibility of the student to look after it. Wearing a watch would raise the expectation of punctuality and doing things on time from students.