Kathmandu University High SchoolCultivating socially responsible & sensible citizens
We would like to welcome Dr. Barbara Butterworth as Academic Director in our school. She has a long history in working with several national and international schools as a Director and Principal. She also worked as a Director in Lincoln School, the US State Department- supported international school in Kathmandu. She has a PHD Degree in Educational Administration and Policy Analysis, Stanford University. She has published her PHD Dissertation entitled Support in the Principal-Teacher Relationship: a Social Exchange Theory Perspective. She is familiar with Nepali cultures and practices since she has spent more than two decades in Nepal.
Result day for Continuous Assessment 2nd cycle test and Half Yearly Exam has been scheduled on Saturday, Ashwin 20, 2075 (October 6, 2018). You are kindly requested to come and collect the report cards (Grade Sheet and Subject Report). You are also requested to discuss with the class teachers and subject teachers about the progress of your child. The result of Year 11 and A Level has been scheduled on Friday Ashwin 26, 2075 (October 12, 2018).
Dashain Greetings 2075
Wish you a very Happy Bijaya Dashami 2075! May the warmth and splendor that are the part of this auspicious occasion fill your life with Happiness and Bright Cheer and bring to you Joy and Prosperity for the whole year! Dashain vacation begins from Ashwin 27, 2075 (October 13, 2018) and school resumes from Kartik 7, 2075 (October 24, 2018).
This is a mandatory to all the students to write articles for KUHS Review 2075. We encourage children for creative writing. Articles can be poem, story (Fiction/Nonfiction), short skit, creative art, essay, real life experiences etc. Children are requested to email their articles to email@example.com. Articles from Grade 1 and 2 and creative arts can be sent in scanned form.
Days are getting shorter and mercury level is declining day by day. In consideration of junior school children, school will follow winter time schedule after Dashain Vacation, Kartik 8, 2075 (October 25, 2018). Buses come 45 minutes later than the schedule time. However first day of the week (Sunday/Monday) and the departure schedule will remain same.
The mercury level goes way below in Dhulikhel mainly in morning and evening from October so you are requested to manage winter uniform namely sweater, cap, muffler, fleece and warm inner clothes. You are kindly requested to contact Kewal’s Uniform, Newroad. The school has strict policy not to allow wearing any out dresses.
Parents are requested to deposit the monthly school fee up to Kartik at the earliest. One month fees on transportation and food has been deducted in the combined bill of Ashwin and Kartik.
Joint School Slam Poetry Workshop
Slam poetry refers to spoken form of poetry. KUHS had organized Joint School Slam Poetry Workshop where students from St. Xavier’s, St. Mary’s, NDDS, Rosebud and KUHS had gathered to learn slam poetry. Two members of word warriors taught us about writing and performing poetry. The things that we got to learn there isn’t just limited to poetry but also in various other parts of our life. A day away from thick textbooks and long lectures, it was an awesome experience to learn a lot about poetry. Sitting among a bunch of completely unknown people and interacting with them was a bit of fun challenge seeing people write about the same topic so differently made me love literature even more. Joint school programs are helpful for the smooth and friendly communication between schools. I would like to thank KUHS for organizing academically productive programs and also hope for more programs like this. I feel very glad to be a part of this program.
Dilasha Upadhyay, 11 ‘B’
On the 11th of September, Kathmandu University High School celebrated Teej, one of the greatest festivals of the country in the school premises. The celebration began with the morning hustle and bustle of arranging the tent and carpets in the courtyard. Teachers seemed busy arranging the sound system and music tracks. Right at the morning hours, the music began with the famous traditional songs of Teej. All the teachers and students made place for themselves in the courtyard. Students of the primary wing started the programme by the group dances in the Teej songs. The atmosphere around was so joyful with the amazing dances of the children. After few minutes, teachers and non-teaching staff joined in to give company to the students.
Before the hype of the celebrations could go down, the celebration became more wonderful with the presence of Ms. Sharmila Shrestha, an energetic and popular singer from Nepalese Folk Songs. She made her presence felt everywhere in the musical atmosphere by singing her popular songs and made us all dance to the fullest. We had an amazing traditional and cultural exchange programme with full participation of students and staff for almost three hours. We would like to thank the school for organizing such programme. It definitely helped in understanding the importance of our culture and traditions.
Fifth SQC Hub Convention
On the date of 20th September, 2018, Dorje Lakpa Hub had organized the 5th Hub convention of Student’s Quality Circle, hosted by Kathmandu University High School chaired by Principal Tejendra Prakash Rajbhandari. Sixteen schools from Kavre district actively took part in various competitive and non-competitive events.
We were pleased to have Miss Surina Gurung, President of Quest Nepal as the Chief Guest. The programme commenced with the plantation of Rudrakshya tree by the chief guest followed by experience sharing as a part of SQC member by Master Sannon Shrestha and welcome speech by Dr. Barbara Butterworth, Academic Director, KUHS. Then, Miss Gurung who is also the coordinator of upcoming 14th NCSQC delivered valuable words about SQC and its importance. Afterwards Case Studies were presented by the students of KUHS followed by Vidhya Sagar English Boarding School.
Students keenly participated in Panel Discussion, Quiz and Collage. KUHS secured the first position in quiz competition whereas Santalum Album English Boarding School became second and Dhulikhel High School along with Baylor International Academy secured third position. The program concluded with award ceremony and the vote of thanks by Mr. Narad Rijal, A-Level/+2 Coordinator, KUHS and Treasurer, Quest Nepal.
Rupak Khatri, Hub Coordinator, Dorje Lakpa Hub