One usually finds identity, meaning and purpose in life by connecting with the community and the natural world, and by means of humanitarian values such as compassion and peace. The very purpose of holistic education is to instill in people a love of thinking, and an inherent reverence for life. The objective of education is not to create mere scholars, technicians or job hunters, but well-groomed men and women with innate openness and willingness to imbibe differences of opinions and culture. Students in SBS go through an amazingly wonderful journey. Apart from academic rigor, they have to participate in a range of activities for holistic development.
Golf is a sport which is recreational and keeps you stay fit. Golf sessions are compulsory.
A mind which is calm and patient is a mind that leads to success. Meditation makes one to realize one’s own existence and helps to understand one’s relationship with the world’s forces. In today’s hectic life, meditation could be a panacea to remain focused and control emotions.
Vipassana is one of the most ancient Indian techniques of meditation. It was rediscovered by Gautam Buddha 2500 years ago. Vipassana makes one see things as they really are. It calms the mind and body.
All students have to compulsorily attend yoga sessions which rejuvenate one’s mind and help one to stay fit and focused.