STEP Schools

Houses & Societies

Student Government (Council, Houses and Societies) structure is possibly one of the most important aspects of school life. They are a place of friendship, personal growth, and a way of taking a break from academic studies in a creative and productive way. At STEP, Student Government is a key aspect of ‘student life’. STEP Student Government is chaired by students themselves. Students not only help the teachers and administrators to maintain discipline but also in houses and societies, under the supervision of a Manager (a faculty member) students manage and oversee the internal and external activities and events that happen. They also look after the budgeting and allocation of resources and facilities which provide them a first-hand experience and knowledge of valuable professional skills such as leadership, communication, planning and organization, market research, budgeting – all of which employers seriously value and can help set them up well for exciting career opportunities later in life.