Services at Methodist High School are provided through a full-fledged air conditioned Dispensary and an ambulance. The dispensary is located in the right wing of the senior block. Besides having an old dispensary, a new one was inaugurated on the 28th of August 2009 by Shri Anant Mishra, Hon. Minister for Health and Medicine, U.P. Government.
The infirmary is managed by a trained central government retired sister ex-matrain. The goal of the school nurse is to promote a healthy environment for the students, prevent and control the occurrence and spread of infectious and/or communicable diseases, and maintain and to provide the first aid treatment to the students and staff of the school.
The stock registers and students health cards are maintained. The students health cards are maintained for five years time, which consists of the child’s name, class, height, weight, doctor’s check-up record on the basis of regular health camps which include Pediatrics, Chest / Allergy, Ophthalmic, E.N.T. and Dental.
A routine check-up of the boarding children is done on monthly basis. The students are also given health and hygiene talks on a regular basis.
The Methodist High School Computer Department provides computer technology (computers, networks, and Internet access) to support the educational needs of the school and to enhance the curriculum and learning opportunities for students as per the requirements of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.
Methodist High School is a premier education centre of North India. It has continued to gear up and modify itself suitable over the last 135 years to suit the changing requirement of education in our country.
It’s recognition to the need of imparting quality computer education to its students, the first computer lab was inaugurated on the 12th of April, 1997 by then Rev. Bishop Dr. S. Solomon under the principalship of Late Mrs. Helen Brown. The lab with a few machines then grew leaps and bounds. Time soon saw the computer lab proudly announcing the arrival of the latest state of the art machines and by 2001, the stage was finally set to expand the facility in the form of a second computer lab, fully furnished with the latest brands of computer peripherals.
Today, our school boasts of three fully furnished, air conditioned computer labs equipped with all the latest equipments the world has to offer. The senior lab is equipped with 40 latest computer systems with four printers and has a capacity for expansion for upto 60 stations. The Junior and the Primary labs have 20 computers each with LCD Projectors as well. A separate computer set-up is provided to train kids using audio-visual teaching in the Nursery section.
All systems for the students remain under the control, custody and supervision of the School Computer Department; which reserves the right to monitor all students computer activities in the entire school.
The Methodist High School possesses top class Science Laboratories, located in the Evelyn Strader Block, a mega structure, to house the components of the science and computer departments on the ground floor.
The block has three separate science labs for Chemistry, Physics and Biology, each well equipped with all modern amenities including basic requirements like workbenches, electrical outlets, sinks, cupboards for glassware, microscopes, specimens, electrical equipment underneath workbenches and around the three sides of the room with a clear walkway all around the room in front of the workbenches, so that students can move about safely. Each lab is also provided with Fire extinguishers and First-aid kits for safety.
As computers have become an integral, rather than adjunct part of the educational process, our school is taking a fresh look at the science labs, considering a redesign on this area to switch over from traditional teaching to teaching with technology to create state-of-the-art instructional lab facility, with computer systems and LCD Projectors to facilitate teaching and learning through technology.
Audiovisual aids strengthen an instructor’s verbal presentation while helping his students capture a specific message, keeping the audience’s attention throughout a module
Methodist High School Counselling Office
Hours: 7:30 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday
You can reach the counsellor at firstname.lastname@example.org
At Methodist High School, we have professional school counsellor whose goal is providing ALL students the necessary skills to be successful academically, socially, emotionally and in their future careers. We have standards-based, comprehensive school counselling programs on a regular basis, with the aim to produce major benefits for students, schools, families and communities. We aim at working collaboratively with students, teachers, and parents to provide services in the areas of consultation, assessment, intervention, prevention, education and career guidance.
The Methodist High School Libraries are a well stocked, up to date treasure of knowledge. We have two libraries in the school – the Primary and the Senior School Library. The Library is dedicated to Miss. Ethel Whiting, former Principal of Methodist High School, who rendered her services faithfully for 13 years.
All the books in the Library are arranged as per Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme. The books are easily accessible by the students and staff. Every student is entitled to borrow two books at a time.
The books are classified under the following sections:
Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Atlas, English, Hindi, Religion, G.K., Religion, Biographies, Fiction, Reference, Reserve Periodicals and Journals Magazines
Competition and Career Magazines and subject wise books as per the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations
DIGITAL SMART CLASS
The use of digital tools of instruction bring in an interactive environment to learning. It is in a smart class where better transparency is established between the faculty and students. Since learning is a link to visual photo, maps, images and animated videos, a student will be able to establish a strong connect with the faculty and the topic under instruction.