Beyond The Classroom

1. SSU (Student Support Unit)

Student support services, also known as "student services" or "pupil services," include prevention, intervention, transition and follow-up services for students and families. Student support services professionals provide direct services for all children and youth, especially those who are experiencing problems that create barriers to learning. Direct services are provided by means such as education, counseling, consultation and individual assessment. In addition, student support services personnel provide in-service training, parent education, community collaboration and carry out student service program management. Student support services are a vital part of comprehensive school program success.


2. Experiential Learning 

Learning is Experiential…

ASS believes that students should have sound practical training to substantiate theoretical expressions.  The innovative curriculum helps the students to develop science skills, through keen observation in the areas of scientific theories, life processes, materials and their physical and chemical properties. Students along with their teachers are encouraged to conduct internal and external symposia as well as science fairs. Talented students are trained and encouraged to participate in Mathematics, Science and Cyber Olympiads and much more….


3. Student Council

‘Leaders are not born but are made by experience in life.’ At Lancers, the Student Council and the leadership program helps develop strong leadership skills by giving students a dedicated space to share their opinions in the running of the school.

Members of the prestigious Student Council are drawn through fiercely contested elections, who then go on to receiving leadership training and are given the opportunity to work with support staff and students.

The main goal of the Student Council is to make the ASS experience for other students better. Suggestions from students are taken into account and presented to the school staff regularly. For instance, the Food Committee Head is responsible for checking the cafeteria menu and sharing suggestions taken from other students.

The Student Council members are given the responsibility of looking after student welfare and planning of interesting activities such as Sports Day, Teachers’ Day assembly, Eid Celebrations, New Year Celebrations…and many more.

The Investiture ceremony is a prestigious event in every school’s calendar. To inculcate the leadership qualities in the students and to give them a feel of the administrative body, a school prefectural is formed. The school formally entrusts responsibilities on the ‘young leaders’, who donning the mantle of accountability also pledge to bestow their duties honestly, sincerely and to the best of their abilities, during this ceremony.


4. Excursions 

The trend in education is now changing all over the world. It is not just learning that is confined to the four walls of the classroom. ASS firmly believes that students retain most of what they see, some of what they hear and every detail of what they experience. It believes in providing a unique educational experience that is beyond the mere textbook curriculum and also practical knowledge of the world around us. 

Classroom knowledge at ASS is supplemented with first-hand experiences gained on various outdoor activities like field trips and educational tours organized on regular basis for the individual classes. Students of lower classes are taken to places of public interest like the fire station, botanical gardens, museums, post office,  zoological park and so on. The senior students are taken out to industries, heritage places and places of educational value. Students gain enormous knowledge during these trips and at the end of every trip they are expected to record their experience and present the same as a part of their project work.


5. Language Development: 

Special Consideration is given to languages. In 2020, we will be only focusing on English, however, in 2021, we will be launching Turkish classes In Sha Allah. 


6. Science Exhibitions

Science exhibitions are planned to give confidence to students, improve their practicality level and connect them to the world of practice by applying science to life. During the exhibitions, the students are going to explain their projects to people from different walks of life. 


7. Sports

Only books are not attractive at all. We are focused to besides brain development, shall focus on their physical development too. We have considered below sporting events in which students will join for the events they are very much interested in. The events will be taking place professionally. 

  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Volleyball 
  • Swimming 
  • Table Tennis 


8. Clubs & Societies 

There are many areas where learning can be unbridled and unhooked from books. With the idea that every individual has some inborn talent, Aryob Private High School taps this valued facet with the certainty of responsibility and care. To sharpen their in bound skills, the school has established hobby clubs.  Each club has an identity, style and agenda of its own. The ambience in these clubs stimulates healthy learning. Trained people in their respective fields act as moderators and the students are also given the opportunity to organize the activities of the clubs:


 Debate Club

This once a week club supervised by English Instructor, offers a great opportunity to learn about and speak about the issues of today.

This club will develop and improve public speaking, argumentative and critical­ thinking skills in communication settings. Students will prepare and deliver speeches and participate in several of in ­class debates on current topics.


Model United Nations (MUN)

How does it work?

MUN is a student organized and student run simulation of how the UN (United Nations) operates. Students will be assigned topics and countries to study before conferences and their goals are to gain an intimate knowledge of the international issues at hand, their country’s foreign policies, as well as their country’s stance on the particular issues. Students will then attempt to produce resolutions for those issues after debating in designated committees.

These conferences are usually divided into three days - “Lobbying & Merging” (1st Day), debates and dialogue (2nd Day), and closing arguments & resolution (3rd Day). During the first day, student delegates form groups with ‘allied nations’ and attempt to form resolutions within their respective groups. This first day encourages students to learn how to work in diverse group environments and tests students to apply their training and research in real life situations.

The second and third days are comprised of debates aimed at settling on a resolution that the delegates will all agree to enact. These debates are the grand stages upon which our students shine. Within an organized and structured setting, students employ their knowledge and rhetoric in attempts to persuade other delegates into enacting their resolution over others. After each round of debates, delegates vote upon which resolutions pass or fail.

The MUN conferences are the testing grounds for our students to hone their skills as critical thinkers and to prove themselves as world leaders as they conduct themselves in a professional manner while interacting with others in diverse group environments. MUN is the ideal setting in which students who are striving for excellence can challenge one another and be nurtured into the future leaders of tomorrow.


What happens at the conference?

After delegates (students) have successfully researched their topics and country they will ready to participate in conferences. The conference will be divided into three days, “Lobbying and Merging” on the first day, and debate on the last two days. During “Lobbying and Merging” delegates will form groups with their allies, and begin to create resolutions with their group to topics/issues given beforehand. Delegates will often have to interact and work with new individuals, which will help strengthen delegate’s social skills. After delegates have formed their groups and created their resolutions, they would have completed day one of the conference, and will get ready for the debate.

Debates are where delegates will have an opportunity to shine. Delegates will get to debate and discuss resolutions with other delegates in an organized and professional manner. Delegates will debate by having speakers up at a podium as other delegates ask them questions about their views and resolutions. There will be a debate for all resolutions turned in, and each debate will end with the delegates voting to pass or fail a resolution. There will be many coffee breaks and a lunch break for each day of debate, as to ensure that delegates aren’t overworked and that the debates are lively and enjoyable.

MUN will not only train good students to be great leaders, but also help them develop into mature, and professional adults, who will be ready to tackle the challenges of the real world. We look forward to working with our students to become well-informed and active global citizens, in our school, local community, and the world in which they live.


 Eco Club

Leave the world better than you found it, take no more than you needed, try not to harm life or the environment and make amends if you do. The Eco Club of the school strives towards making people sensitive towards the environment through a number of activities and workshops. Tree plantation is a major project undertaken by the students. In order to spread awareness and to sensitize people towards environmental issues such as burning of crackers & ban on use of plastic, students take out Marches with placards displaying messages in and around the campus.



The Drama Club is dedicated to bringing the joy and power of Drama to students by providing high quality dramatic programming at the beginner and intermediate levels. It pledges to offer participants the chance to experience the excitement and rewards of theatre arts while developing poise, social skills, confidence and the ability to work with others. 



The science club aims to teach students about the wonderful world of science and allow them to conduct fascinating experiments. Various events will be held (more info to be given when such events become present) such as the Science Olympiad competition. 


Maths Club

The math club is an organization consisting of students interested in improving their problem solving skills and participating in regional and national math competitions. Meetings are held at least twice a month during activity period.


Bit Bytes Club 

The Bit Bytes club is established to promote student  learning and collaboration in all things related to computers and technology. Students meet to discuss emerging topics in the field of computing, gain experience with hardware and software, and explore computer technology in general. No experience required.


Robotic  Club

Building robots may sound like science fiction, but robots are a very real part of today’s world. Besides being just plain cool, robots are practically useful as tools in fields from manufacturing to space exploration to surgery. Becoming more familiar with robotics can lay the foundation for a career at the cutting edge of science, or at very least, a better understanding of the ways technology can be used to solve real-world problems.


Health Club

Health Club is responsible to launch campaigns on health activities and will empower those who are interested in medical studies in the future. 



The club will be run by all those who are interested in Badminton. It is new in Afghanistan, however, we will try our level best to create awareness and promote it to the next level. 



Writers Club is launched in order to promote writing essays, articles and concepts among school students. 


Reading Club

Reading clubs are a great way to engage students with reading and help build a reading culture at your school. Explore options for setting up and running a book club. Find ideas for discussions and activities your book club will enjoy.


Swimming Team

This program is for High School swimmers that want a tune-up before the high school season. The program focuses on endurance, starts and turns and all the things important in high school swimming.


Empowered Ladies 

This club is launched in order to empower girl-students at leadership, problem solving and negotiation skills. 



Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a student run group that focuses on promoting awareness of high risk behaviors and encourages students to make safer decisions in life.  A few of the topics SADD focuses on includes texting and driving, drug and alcohol abuse, seat belt safety, cyber-bullying, and cyber safety.  SADD runs reoccurring events throughout the school year. 



Playing chess helps to develop many mental skills that are useful in life, such as: logic, strategic and tactical thinking, planning and preparation, and problem-solving. Chess Club provides an opportunity to simply have fun playing the game and making friendships, while building these skills at the same time.


Quiz Club:

Quizzing is the art of the intellect .General knowledge contributes to personal enrichment and a better understanding of the world as a whole. The quiz club activities for 2020 started with the training program for the budding quizzers. The quiz club aims at identifying students talented in quiz and creating opportunities for them to sharpen their quizzing skills. The Quiz Club is to update the knowledge of the students in various fields like academic, general knowledge, analytical abilities, quantitative reasoning etc. we conduct inter house quiz competition on various special occasion like Independence Day.

An e-mail diary is created for updating information. Different students have been assigned to conduct regularly intra school quiz club activities. Members of the quiz club have to maintain a diary in that they note down points from major topics like literature, science, sports, maths, etc.

Above all the club intends to inculcate a passion for quizzing, gaining knowledge, and sharing knowledge. It is a sphere of an unending liveliness.


Photography Club

The goal and purpose of the club is to involve students who have an interest in digital photography and show an appreciation for what photography can say. All students are welcome to join - experience in photography is NOT a requirement - just a desire to learn with a hands-on approach. Club members will be learning from each other and will be photographing various school activities. In addition, guest lecturer(s) will be invited to speak at club meetings and display some of their work. Students can express themselves through the lens of a camera.


Culinary Club 

At Aryob School, our focus besides, generating knowledge and education is develop life-skills. At this club, students will be learning how to cook and bake. 


Fashion Show (Boys Only)

We, at Aryob mixing education, skills development, knowledge, sport and entertainment together. This show for time being, is only for boys to join and run it from designing till end.