The House system is a long standing tradition that creates competition, promotes good work and behavior, encourages teamwork, provides opportunities to take on responsibilities and brings everyone in the school together. Every students and staff member is allotted the house. The houses in Carmel are:

Red Energy, Love, Strength, Power, Desire, Determination.
Blue Trust, Loyalty, Wisdom, Confidence, Faith, Truth.
Green Peace, Harmony, Growth, Freshness, Prosperity.
Yellow Power, Energy, Sunshine, Intellect, Joy, Happiness.


School Clubs enable the students to develop their talent. We at CCHSS recognize that the effective learning does not always take place exclusively in the classroom so we provide ample opportunities to broaden learning horizons through various clubs. Each club in school tries to provide enriching and self learning activities in their own way. These clubs enable the students to interact with peers and learn from adults. Participation in extracurricular activities contributes to a better academic performance and psychological well being.

Carmel's school choir serves as a platform for musicians of all genres and skill levels to showcase their talent at various events held at the school. Through music events and competitions dozens of musicians on campus get a change to bring the stage to life and to make the crowd go crazy with their awesome vocal and instrumental talent. Despite their hectic schedules the Carmel musicians come together and put up entertaining shows. The mission of the music choir club is to provide an inclusive platform and community for musicians to meet, collaborate, and perform. To facilitate the exchange of musical ideas, appreciation of music and to encourage musical development.

The Eco Club encourages students to participate and take up meaningful environmental activities and projects, to identify, learn about and adopt sustainable practices that help conserve the environment. It will empower students to explore environmental concepts and actions beyond the confines of a syllabus or curriculum.

The Science Club is for students who are interested in learning more about Science. The Club programs bridge in-school and out-of-school learning and foster the development of skills, such as experimentation, critical thinking, and problem solving. The Science Club helps to learn about all scopes of science from medicine to chemistry and physics to the environment. The club takes students beyond what is learned in the classroom.

This club enables the students to explore the meaning of heritage, and to appreciate the cultural interconnectedness of the past, present and the future. The members will engage in activities that explore our personal and local histories as well as World Heritage properties to achieve our aims. The group will watch films, go for history walks, visit museums and galleries etc

The Girl Guides has under its wing 70 students, ranging from classes 6th to 10th.The objectives of the Girl Guides are to develop a sense of civic duty and responsibility through character formation by training them in habits of observation, tolerance, self-reliance and consideration for others

The overall health and well-being of our students is of paramount importance and is at the heart of our endeavours. Through various activities this club sees to the total development of physical, mental, moral and social qualities in the individual. The Wellness Programme enables our students to engage with matters of health & hygiene.

The aim of the Peace Club is to prepare our young students to build a harmonious and peaceful society. The club attains its mission by empowering students with a paradigm shifting perspective through skill-building activities. The general principal of the Peace club is to bring about a change in awareness and patterns of thought which will lead to change in the behaviour of young people. To live and let others live in peace and harmony.

Language club is a group of students where like-minded language learners gather, discover, and learn. Members of the club learn different languages- Hindi, English, Urdu, Dogri. The most important objective of the language club is to provide a platform to the students for the development of communication skills and to help them achieve stage confidence via different activities. Several activities like debate, symposium, extempore, declamation, seminars, poem recitation, writing, speech, play enactment comes under the umbrella of language club. Every year the club celebrates Hindi Diwas, Urdu Day, and Literacy week. Moreover, the club organizes book exhibitions where students get a chance to read different authors across the globe.

Red Cross is synonymous with service to society. It is the voluntary humanitarian club that provides relief in times of disaster and also undertakes other welfare tasks. The club celebrates Red Cross Day every year with authorities from Red Cross Society. The programs include special training from resourceful people along with other activities. The club educates the children on how to prepare and respond to disasters. Social training is also given to the girls by the trainers with the materials like ropes, sandbags, etc. The objective is to help the students learn how to handle emergencies during disasters in the street home or school. Students are made aware of how to provide first aid, cleanliness, care of the public property, respect poors, etc.