Life in Residence Halls
Built in a peaceful setting within the school grounds, yet only a stone's throw from the school's central facilities, the self-contained, purpose-built residence halls provide a wonderful opportunity for Treamis students to experience a greater degree of independence and privacy.
Residence halls are available to both weekly and full-time boarders. Weekly boarders stay in the residence halls from Monday through Friday and return home on weekends. Full-time boarders reside on campus for full semesters and return home during winter and summer breaks.
Starting from Grade 3, students are eligible to live on campus. Treamis encourages local students, grades 9 and above, to stay in the residence hall as weekly boarders. Boys and girls are housed in separate buildings.
The residence halls are modern, comfortable places for students to study, socialize and relax. As adult mentors, the residence hall staff provide the daily support needed to meet academic, emotional social needs of the students.
Students participate in various festivals from around the world which gives them a true global exposure. The residence hall activities are also open to day school students.
Depending on the availability and the interest of House parents and volunteers, students may be escorted to participate in religious services held outside the campus such as church or temple during religious holidays. Local guardian can also take the student to these events. Within the residence hall premises, the students can always practice their religion.
The list of fun and frolics is never ending here. It’s a perfect combo of fun outings, adventure camps, sports outings and educational trips.
The residence hall students indulge in movie watching, fine dining, shopping, celebrating every festival with gusto and zeal; at the same time developing social responsibility, understanding life and getting armed with life tools to lead life in a better and smarter way.
"I appreciate the efforts of Treamis World School in bringing new initiatives and new ideas from across the world to provide an integrated learning environment for our children in India. I hope this will help in preparing better global citizens for the future."
National Knowledge Commission
Government of India
Wake - up & wash
Jogging / Yoga / Exercise
Bath & Pack
Refreshment / Free time
Free time / TV