LIFE AT NASRA SCHOOL
In addition to offering a multitude of competitive sports, Nasra School encourages participation in a variety of academic and creative co-curriculars including: prestigious leadership programs which allow the development of unique and bold perspectives; intense English and Urdu debates requiring public-speaking to build confidence and eloquence; community-service initiatives to build character and increase awareness; intriguing performance arts including dance and drama, giving free reign to the ultimate forms of creative expression; music programs such as the ETNS Band and school talent shows; and regular field trips to various city landmarks and museums to inculcate a sense of adventure, a thirst for knowledge and respect for culture.
Participation in any of the above mentioned groups will lead to a road of self-discovery, aiding in development of a student's personality and individualistic points of view, for we believe that each child should have a unique voice and a sound direction for the the future. No matter which extracurricular activity a student chooses to align with, a strong sense of camaraderie, respect and team work will prevail. It must be said that there's never a dull moment at Nasra!
Information and galleries pertaining to our remaining extracurricular programs are mentioned on separate pages, as indicated below.
NASRA PARTICIPATED IN OBHERTY SITARY
Obhartay Sitaray (OS) is one of TCF’s most colorful and entertaining events that allows our young generation to raise funds on behalf of the organization and celebrate their love of music while doing so. The platform provides students from various schools across Karachi an opportunity to showcase their singing mettle, and support TCF in its drive to educate less-privileged children so that they too can join their ranks and become productive members of society. ETNS was amongst the 140 schools which participated in Obhartay Sitaray of 2018, sending 2 talented finalists to the Grand Finale: Khizer Hussain of Class 4 and Faiz Fawwad of Class 8, with young Khizer securing a trophy for "a winning voice in Pop!"