Saint Soldier International School Sec 28 B, Chandigarh achieved brilliant results in the Class XII CBSE Board Examination. Kush Bansal of Humanities stream topped the tricity with an astounding 98.8%. He scored a perfect 100 in Sociology, Political Science and Physical Education, 96 in English and 98 in History. As the school Sports Head Boy and Captain of the school football team, he also played at the National Level in Football and Athletics. Ayush scored 95.8 in Humanities and Shruti scored 92.6%. Gautam Garg topped the Commerce stream with 93.4% while Amandeep scored the highest in Non Medical Stream with 94%. 12 students in Science stream scored above 90%. Isha Jain topped the Medical stream with 90.2%.

Saint Soldier International School, Sec 28 B, Chandigarh conducted the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony for Classes Pre Nursery to XII for the session 2017-18. The school honoured all its achievers for having attained a sterling record both in the scholastic and co-scholastic domain. Students were awarded trophies and certificates to appreciate and acknowledge their hard work, determination and will power to achieve their goals successfully. In all 602 prizes were given away to the meritorious students where 266 prizes were awarded to the students best in academics and 98 prizes were for the students with 100% attendance. 85 sportspersons were felicitated for their achievements in Athletics, Football, Yoga, Lawn Tennis, Taekwondo, Table Tennis, Cricket and Roller Hockey. 62 students were awarded for their marvellous performance in Singing, Keyboard, Guitar, Tabla, Drawing & Dance and 91 prizes were conferred to the All Rounders. Principal, Ms. Vijaya Sidhu in her address complimented the prize winners for their commendable accomplishments and wished them luck for a bright future.

A 10 day Self Defence Programme was organised by the Women and Child Support Unit, Sector 17 Chandigarh Police for the girls of Classes VIII and IX at Saint Soldier International School, Sec 28 B, Chandigarh. The workshop was conducted to encourage and empower the girl child towards her safety and security. The programme commenced by giving an introduction and having a general discussion about the importance of knowing self defence techniques. To further enhance capacity building of all the trainers, everyday warm up exercises followed with different strategies to protect oneself in case of emergency were practiced by the students. They were taught hand and leg attacks, punches, defending the opponent by showing aggression and how to handle the situation with intelligence and patience. Girls were also instructed to take balanced diet daily and a thorough explanation of diet chart was discussed. Girl students were encouraged to add physical activities like yoga, meditation, etc. in their daily routine. Different situations were presented to them and how to defend themselves by using varied handy weapons and strategies were showcased. On the closing day a demo was given and all the activities were practiced. The girl students were glad to be part of this 10 days workshop. Their eagerness and enthusiasm was palpable.

Labour Day was celebrated at St. Soldier International School, Sec 28 B, Chandigarh with full aplomb. Following the morning prayer, the celebrations commenced with the Head Boy, Aryan and Head Girl Shubhkirat welcoming the workers and acknowledging their hard work. Director Mr. Jagwinder Pal Singh Hayer and Principal Ms. Vijaya Sidhu marked the beginning of the programme by lighting the lamp along with Mr. Shamsher Singh and Ms. Sunita, the oldest support staff member of the school. A speech and poem presented by Aditi and Yashika respectively lauded the ceaseless efforts of the work force of the nation and the school in particular. The Girl volunteers of NSS presented a song and electrified the audience. The support staff were overwhelmed watching the function and expressed their gratitude towards the school management, teachers and students for their endeavour. School Principal congratulated the workers and thanked them for their selfless services. After that the Director, Principal and Coordinators presented gifts to all the school workers. The function came to a close with the recital of the National Anthem.

Earth Day was celebrated at Saint Soldier International School, Chandigarh with great zeal and fervour. The Eco Club ‘Parag’ organised a variety of activities. Members of the club took out an environmental awareness rally in the school campus. They carried their placards with important messages on conservation of water, trees, electricity and animals and raised slogans reinforcing the same. They urged students and teachers to switch off all the electrical appliances from 6 pm to 7 pm on Earth Day. Students of Class X B presented a special assembly to mark the day. Komal and Nitin commenced the assembly by telling the students the history of Earth Day. Yashika delivered an enlightening talk on the importance of the day. Students, through their acting prowess, depicted the agony that mother earth faces when we humans indulge in activities that give rise to pollution. The choir presented a mellifluous song on the occasion. The assembly concluded with the promise made by the students that they would respect their natural inheritance and be good caretaker of their planet.

The Student Council members of Saint Soldier International School, Sec 28 B, Chandigarh were sworn - in on 23rd April 2018 at an impressive Investiture Ceremony, amidst an air of enthusiasm and anticipation. Foreseeing the welfare of the students future to train them in leadership skills, the school student council was selected after rigorous and democratic procedure in which students had to go through many processes. The newly appointed Council members marched to the beats of the school band. Chief Guest Director Jagwinder Pal Singh Hayer invested the School Head Boy Aryan with Badge, Sash and School Flag followed by School Sports Head Boy Arnav Rana. Principal Ms. Vijaya Sidhu bestowed the School Head Girl, Shubhkirat, Sports Head Girl, Pallavi Gautam followed by the four school prefects with Sashes and Badges. The House wardens invested their respective House Captains, Vice - House Captains and House Prefects. They were entrusted to shoulder their respective responsibilities. Donning the mantle of accountability, the Student Council took the pledge to hold the school name in high esteem and to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. The sight of the new student council, with their flags and badges, taking the oath of responsibility was truly graceful and mesmerising.

World Heritage Day was celebrated at Saint Soldier International School Chandigarh with a special presentation by Class VII A. Harsh, Yuvraj, Kartik and Sumit provided a profound insight on prominent monuments and historical buildings. They used beautiful models and dramatic speeches to spread awareness on preserving ancient buildings. Everyone was enthralled with hidden facts about the grand past of India. The students gave vibrant dance performances of Dandiya, Kathakali, Bihu and Haryanavi dance. Harshit put a great impact on the audience with his emphatic speech in which he emphasised on the great bounties India has given to the world. Simran highlighted the importance of the valuable gift of our heritage. Through their presentation, under the guidance of the Class Teacher Ms. Ojasvin, the students gave a message to respect, preserve and safeguard the great treasures bestowed upon us by our ancestors.

The Harvest festival Baisakhi was celebrated with great fervour and zest at Saint Soldier International School. The children of Pre – Primary Wing came dressed up in colourful Punjabi traditional attire and danced to the beats of Bhangra. The teachers told the students about the significance of celebrating this festival to acquaint them with Punjabi culture. Class XA gave a special presentation by decorating the stage with items showcasing the heritage of Punjab. An enlightening talk was delivered by Kalpana on the significance of Baisakhi. A melodious song ‘Baisakhi Punjab di’ was presented by boys of Class X A and the celebration came to an end with a spectacular bhangra performance which enthralled the audience.

The Session 2018-19 began with the orientation for the parents of Pre Nursery at Saint Soldier International School, Sec 28 B, Chandigarh. The programme commenced with the welcome extended by the Pre Primary Coordinator Ms. Neenu Palta. Ms. Sapna, Class Teacher of Pre Nursery C made the parents aware of the various guidelines to be followed throughout the year through a colourful power point presentation. Dr Inderjeet Kaur Hiranandani, Pediatrician from Cloud Nine Hospital gave an informative talk on Diet and Nutrition, while the school counsellor Ms. Amanbir threw some light on the important aspects of effective parenting. The tiny tots of Class Nursery presented a short cultural programme which included prayer, rhymes, Show and Tell and a dance performance. The parents later visited the classrooms and interacted with the teachers.