HUS International Application 2024

Student Council Newsletter


HUSMUN 2023 was a dynamic two-day event organized by DP1 students and recently held. The conference brought together students from MYP 1, 2, 3, 4, and DP 1, fostering an inclusive and diverse environment. Participants engaged in stimulating debates, negotiations, and diplomatic discussions on various global issues. HUSMUN 2023 provided a platform for young minds to enhance their understanding of international affairs, develop critical thinking skills, and promote cultural exchange. Through this enriching experience, students gained valuable insights into the world of diplomacy and collaboration, empowering them to become global citizens.

We are happy to announce that the Grade 5 IB PYP Exhibition journey is ready to be shared. As mentors, the teachers supported the students in creating a blog to exhibit their investigation, inquiry, and learning in the exhibition unit. Please take time to look at the students' insightful work which reflects their commitment toward this project. Let's extend our support and encouragement to our younger learners by sending them good luck and good vibes for their exciting fresh start. Also, We request you all to give your valuable feedback via the comments option on the blog page.


Greetings! We gladly welcome you to read through the pages of Rajtarangini with us. It is a narrative of early India that compels you to ponder the expedition of antiquity. Follow us to get glimpses of the odyssey full of reminiscence and grandeur.

CAS Trip 2023

Our DP1 students this year embarked on a CAS excursion to camp Skandagiri located in the Karnataka region. During this 5-day adventure trip, they engaged in various exhilarating activities like rock climbing, trekking, zip lining, and rope courses. Additionally, they had the opportunity to visit a local government school where they contributed to the community by painting the outer wall and creating posters for the classrooms. This CAS experience was a truly enriching and unforgettable one for the students, who have now created beautiful memories to cherish forever.

We are proud to announce that one of our students, Mirra P S of MYP4, has achieved a remarkable feat in the District Level Chief Minister's Trophy for Badminton Singles in the General Category (age 15 to 35). Mirra P S secured the third position in the tournament, and we are thrilled to celebrate this achievement with her.

IDU Expo

The students and teachers of MYP1 - MYP 3 have been working on their interdisciplinary unit for the past few weeks. They have looked into various aspects of their subjects and grown to look at the world not as fragmented parts but an entirety in itself. MYP1 worked on English and Individuals & Societies to explore Culture during Shakespearean era. MYP2 saw how images impact our perspectives while dealing with the Logo in Design and Zumba in Dance. MYP3 studied neutralization in Chemistry and Volumes in Mathematics to see how the problem of increasing garbage could be solved.


Caring is a crucial quality for someone who is an IB learner. In line with this, DP1 students organized a fundraising bake sale on February 14th and 15th. The entirety of the funds raised during the event will be donated to a single mother who needs financial support to purchase medication for her child who has diabetes.

"Celebrate the spirit of nationalism and sportsmanship with us at the Hiranandani Upscale School's Republic Day and Sports Day celebration held on January 26th! Our talented students showcased their skills in folk dances, human pyramids, obstacle races and track events. The competition was fierce but the Samurais emerged as the winners, taking home the overall trophy. A big shoutout to our dedicated teachers and staff who worked tirelessly to make this event a success!"

Nightmare before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas musical play, performed by the MYP and DP students of Hiranandani Upscale School, was a spectacular and hauntingly beautiful production. It was a truly magical night, filled with music, drama, and wonder that left the audience wanting more.

Meet with Mr.Viral Doshi

The career counselling event with Mr. Viral Doshi, famously known as the "Harvard Whisperer", was a valuable opportunity for students to gain insights and guidance on the college application process. Mr. Doshi has helped hundreds of students gain acceptance into prestigious Ivy League colleges and universities across the world, and his expertise and experience were invaluable to the students and parents in attendance.

It was a valuable opportunity to gain a better understanding of the college application process and career options and how to make the applications stand out in the highly competitive admissions process.

Viral Doshi

Aryan of PYP 4 has come up with a brilliant invention of remote rocket launcher which is a safe and easy way for kids, specially-abled and elderly to launch rockets for this Diwali without the use of fire.
Vidya Sagar( formerly The Spastics Society of India is an NGO based out of Chennai, Tamil Nadu that works with persons with disabilities for the past 30 years) invited Aaryan for Diwali celebrations and Aaryan donated his invention to special kids. Click here for details.

DP1 History students created a Documentary on the Civil rights movement (Freedom Riders). During this activity they focused on their research skills, communication skills, and thinking skills.

Math O' Magic 2022! This event was created to dispel any math-phobia that students may have and to allow them to explore math concepts with joyfulness, excitement and curiosity.


When you have a dream, you've got to grab it and never let go.

Yes this is what our Students believe in. Students from Business Management took up a CAS project to support the Padur Panchayat self-help women’s group. The Padur Panchayat self-help women’s group has tremendous knowledge of herbs and their medicinal values. They took an initiative to build the business model and marketing strategies for their product and share the knowledge with the community. The enthusiasm and the patronage will go a long way in motivating these women to earn their livelihood and in boosting their confidence. The students were able to raise an amount of 10,966 Rupees.

The Queen's Common Wealth Essay Competition 2021 is a yearly competition conducted by the Royal Commonwealth Society and is known to be the world's oldest essay writing competition.
MYP Students of HUS, Chennai participated in it and have won various awards. Congratulations on your remarkable achievement.

Aaryan Singh, a PYP student at HUS, garners media attention for inventing an obstacle detector for the deaf and blind in an attempt at helping his grandma.

The Queen's Common Wealth Essay Competition 2021 is a yearly competition conducted by the Royal Commonwealth Society and is known to be the world's oldest essay writing competition.
MYP Students of HUS, Chennai participated in it and have won various awards. Congratulations on your remarkable achievement.

CAS Coordinators from across the globe have created CAS Global Collaboration (CGC) group for providing opportunities to students to involve themselves in meaningful collaborative projects even amidst the pandemic and social distancing.

Gyanepsaa Singh DP 2- Wins the Seamus Heaney Centre at Queen’s SHORT STORY COMPETITION 2021.

Congratulations to the proud members of HUS Student Council 2021-22. You have now become the custodians of the principles and policies that animate and give life to our school.

Congratulations to all our DP 2 students.
Kudos to our high achievers who have secured 41 to 45 points.