Student Council 2022-23

Meet Our Students

# Name Description Captain Photo
1 The Aryabhatta (Red House)

Red is the symbol of love, courage, sacrifice, victory and honour. Students of Red House stand strong and united at all times. Aryabhata was an Indian mathematician, physicist and astronomer of the classical age of Indian mathematics and Indian astronomy.

They are creative and highly talented and this is the secret of their success in various inter house competitions.The Hoysalas are enthusiastic and achieve their goals, thereby upholding their values always. Students of Red house are known for their togetherness, and face adversities as a team. They are the jacks of all trades performing to the best of their abilities in sports and cultural events.

2 The Chanakya (Green House)

The colour Green is indicative of elements like nature, fertility and life. It represents growth and harmony and is the colour of the environment. Chanakya was an ancient Indian polymath who was active as a teacher, author, strategist, philosopher, economist, jurist, and royal advisor.

Students of the Green house are down to Earth, sociable and responsible. All the members are all- rounders and are consistently good performers in academics as well as sports.

3 The Ashoka (Blue House)

The students of the Blue House are known for their highly intellectual skills, stability and unity, symbolising the blue colour. Ashoka popularly known as Ashoka the Great, was the third emperor of the Maurya Empire of the Indian subcontinent.  They are triumphant in many of the co-curricular activities, be it quizzing or sports. Their greatest asset is their confidence and determination.

Students of the Blue house possess immense intellectual vitality. They are committed to their goals, and are all-rounders and achievers.

4 The Ramanujan (Yellow House)

The students of the yellow house are a dynamic, determined and dashing race. Led by a belief that they are more than just “an ordinary group of students”, they truly stand out. Yellow being the colour of the Sun, they are a shining example to the students of the school. Srinivasa Ramanujan  was an Indian mathematician. Though he had almost no formal training in pure mathematics, he made substantial contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions, including solutions to mathematical problems then considered unsolvable.

Students of the Yellow house are usually described as impeccable, par excellent, dependable, radiant, exquisite and spectacular.


Contact Details

  • K. K. Wagh English School

    Nashik 422003.


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