Strawberry Fields High School

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Strawberry Fields High School is proud to host the 2022 IC3 Regional Forum in Chandigarh on 14th May!

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We are delighted to announce that SFHS is now an IB Primary Years Programme Candidate School!

This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. IB World Schools share a common philosophy- a commitment to high-quality, challenging, international education - that we believe is important for our students.

Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme (DP), or the Career-related Programme (CP).

Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes visit


“IB is well known to us as excellent preparation. Success in an IB programme correlates well with success at Harvard. We are pleased to see the credential of the IB Diploma Programme on the transcript.”
- Marlyn McGrath Lewis, Assistant Dean of Admissions, Harvard University, USA


TechnoVerse is a newsletter and blog created by two students of Grade 11, Arshnoor Bhutani and Aadit Bansal. Their initiative aims at providing a platform to the student community interested in Computer Science to share their opinions and thoughts with others in different forms and encourage them to learn about the latest developments, career opportunities, recommended courses, news articles, and general knowledge in the field of technology (

The first edition of the TechnoVerse newsletter and other blogs can be found at:


Taking a progressive step to propagate the idea of inclusivity and initiate a meaningful conversation about diverse groups, the Gender Club of Strawberry Fields High School organised a webinar on Gender identity, an issue that has not appeared at the surface of many discussions and forums, till recently. The event was graced by two eminent speakers, who have not only contributed greatly to their area of specialisation but also possess great power
and capacity to transform the social landscape at large.
We had with us , Ms. Rainuka Dagar, an internationally acknowledged research professional, who is an alumnus of the Advanced International Programme on Conflict Resolution (PACS) Uppsala University, Sweden. Prof. Rainuka has researched extensively on gender inequalities and gender based violence, empirically examining the politics of gender constructs. We were also joined by Ms. Deepti Gupta, an esteemed Professor at the Department of English and Cultural studies , Panjab University. With a teaching experience of over 36 years, ma’am has worked with more than twenty universities on their curriculum redesign.

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 22/12/2021
Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 13/12/2021

This is your chance to experience the IBDP classroom!
Please contact Ms. Smita Satyarthi, the DP Coordinator at [email protected] or Ms. Nisha Kaul, the Vice Principal at [email protected] for more information.


A glimpse into our Children's Day celebrations last week!

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 19/11/2021

This brings us to the end of Breast Cancer Awareness week! We would like to thank all those students that participated and of course the IBDP students and the Buddies Without Borders Club for organising it.

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 09/11/2021

This is your chance to experience the IBDP classroom!
Please contact Ms. Smita Satyarthi, the DP Coordinator at [email protected] or
Ms. Nisha Kaul, the Vice Principal at [email protected] for more information.


Join us for the IB DP Shark Tank Finale this Friday!

Meeting ID: 810 9662 4302
Passcode: sharktank


"As School Captain, I do not want to be the one that gives direction to a destination called success, rather, I want to be the one who embarks upon the journey with you exploring different routes that you want to walk on.

Let’s always be open to lend our ears to someone who needs to be heard, and keep our arms open to someone who needs support because values start from home, and this school is so much more than that. Being School Captain is just giving back to everyone who put us here today."

It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2021-2022 School Captain, Aadya Batra. This young woman has taken up the challenge to uphold the values of our school. Heartiest congratulations, Aadya!

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 26/07/2021

The Class 12 ISC results for 2020-21 have been exciting and heartening. Our heartiest congratulations to all the students for their consistency and diligence through their years at school.

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 08/07/2021

SFHS IB Diploma Programme May 2021 Session Results

Strawberry Fields High School is proud to announce the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Examination Results of the Top Scorers for the Cohort of 2021.

Our third cohort of IB DP students has achieved the school's highest average result of 36 points (against a worldwide average of 33 points). Heartiest congratulations to our young graduates as they embark upon an exciting journey as changemakers of a new tomorrow.

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 19/06/2021

Our students make us proud every day!
Here we have Advit Agrawal and Amey Goyal shining bright.


In the wake of the situation that we are faced with, the *Strawberry Fields Old Students' Association* has partnered with impactful, youth-led organisations in the tricity, in order to identify key focus areas to work upon, and help the community recover.

We present to you *Project Sukoon*, a fundraiser powered by high impact, driven by research, informed conversations and empathy towards everyone. Sukoon runs on the tenets of *"Community, Compassion and Care"*, providing support where it's needed the most.

*Link for contributions:*

We would highly appreciate your support as we navigate through the next few days of
on-ground efforts to support the relief ecosystem in the tricity. After all, in these times of turmoil, people are all we have.

In collaboration with Humanity Has Hope, Aawaaz, The Cardio Project and Project Annapoorna.

For suggestions and queries:
Vishesh Arora +91 90410 45142
Saksham Kackria +91 85568 16446


Aanya Malik, student of Class 12 was recently featured in a German Newspaper.
It has been translated as below.

Jagtiani has traveled a lot in India over the past twelve months, a country in collective panic, as she says. "It's currently impossible to get a place in a hospital," says Jagtiani. And that doesn't just apply to the people, as is usually the case in India. It's for everyone without exception." Even if you make it to a clinic, the doctor would no longer know how to help in many cases. A bottle oxygen is hard to come, antiviral drugs are swept off the market. Rapid tests are "as scarce as gold".

At least by legal means. The black market of medical products is flourishing. The need, says Jagtiani, produces astronomical prices. A bottle of sauce? It costs half an annual wage for an average worker. A pack of Remdesivir? A moplohn.
People drive their cars through the cities for hours in search of oxygen," says Jagtiani. Or right out of the cities to other areas. Many of those would die on the street in front of crane houses that would no longer have space. Or in the almost endless snakes in front of the few filling statios for oxygen cylinders.

The health system has long since collapsed, a maneuverable barge in the middle of an orcane. The rehabilitation and its institutions are in a kind of shock, can hardly help their citizens.
The gap must now fill the civil society. Many dozen charities from a wide variety of fields have begun to provide people with aid financed by donations in recent areas.

In the particularly badly affected Delhi, for example, the NGO Hemkunt Foun dation Stations, which comes from the surroundings of Sikhism, has set up stations where people in need can replenish oxygen free of charge and out of their cars. The NGO Khalsa Aid provides free ventilation equipment in Delhi for people who are treated at home.

The problem: The quantity of patients who rely on such help on Is simply too big. The providers are literally overrun. The Hemkunt Foundation's hot line, which was intended to provide oxygen to severely ill people even outside the stations, has now been switched off. Khalsa Aid can no longer be achieved either.

Aanya Malik, on the other hand, always answers the phone. Even at two o'clock at night, if necessary. The 16-year-old should actually be busy learning to graduate from school. "But this is more important right now," she says on the phone.

Because she couldn't watch hundreds of people die every day, Malik founded Hope Has Humanity in front of two places together with a few friends: in the North Indian city of Chandigarh.

Their goal is to guide people in need to the few remaining ventilators, to find free beds, and to help people in general where they can do somehow. Especially in the greater Delhi area. "We basically do what young people who grew up with the Internet can do particularly well: networks share sheep and decentralized information," says Malik.

In the last few weeks, students have come together all over the country to help people find treatment options via the Internet. They verify information, run databases, act as a point of contact if no one else can be reached. "If the government and the old structures are lost, kids like us have to go," says Malik.

But few aid projects are as well organized as H.H.H. The student has experience with volunteer work, has in the past Pande Year of rent already money for masks all- melt, committed themselves to street dogs and organized a camel pagne that wanted to point out mental problems among students: inside.

Thanks to this network, it has been possible in just two weeks.

Creates to recruit more than 50 volunteers to help her work. "Almost all the people I don't know personally," says Malik. But we are slow enough to feel the immense burden.
200 calls or messages a day go to H.H.H, says Malik. In most cases, desperate relatives came forward, who panic about the fact that someone next to them dies immediately if they can't find any help.

"We usually make 20 to 25 calls until we find out something," says Malik. But we can't do anything more and more often, then listen Later from the relatives that the sick died." What does that do to her? It's not good, most of us are actually still children, our youngest employee is just ten. They speak regularly on the phone with other children watching their parents die. I'm trying to keep her away from such a thing in the future.

A country in panic.

In fact, some fragile political decisions seem to have favored the kata verse. Already in February, Bhartiya Janata, the party of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, declared Sars CoV-2 defeated. Instead of consolidating the supposed success in comparatively stretched times and preparing his country for a second wave, Modi raised almost all restrictions in March

Measures up.

This may also be because in-
There is a election campaign - in which modes occurred last week before tau-send people of whom hardly anyone wore a mask. Still on the 4th Himanta Sarma, the Minister of Health of the North Indian state of Assam, also said that there was no co-rona there and certainly no one had to wear a mask.

In addition, the dreaded mutation B. 1,617 Benedikt Kaufer, professor of virology at the Free University of Berlin, considers her at least worrying, as he says on the phone. But we don't know much more at this time. He himself considers it plausible that the high infection numbers in India coincide with the spread of the variant discovered for the first time at the end of 2020.

But to determine precisely this is difficult in the middle of an outbreak, there is a lack of data and comprehensive analyses, says the virologue. That's why the assessment is currently based on experience with variants other than the original ones.

The young activists console themselves with small successes. Aanya Malik counts that they found this huntie beds and supplied oxygen to a family from Delhi from a distance. Two days earlier, she managed to have a friend's mother taken to the crane house at the last minute.
The same day that her great aunt died in Delhi. A few hours after her girl friend's mother could be treated, suddenly I couldn't find any capacity. She tried everything, says Malik. Over-all, your network is exhausted. Nothing. The great aunt died at home. From 2812 official Covid-19-op far in the city on that day.

Photos from Strawberry Fields High School's post 10/05/2021

A wonderful endeavour by some of the bright young minds at Strawberry Fields High School!

The pandemic has set an atmosphere of hopelessness and negativity. Plasmassist was a project started to reduce this. At Plasmassist we connect donors and receivers, helping those in need of plasma. We do so on the basis of compatibility and proximity. Plasmassist is also a hub for other covid resources in India. Our goal is made clear by our motto "help someone". For centuries, the greatest thinkers have suggested the same thing: Happiness is found in helping others. This is something I believe in and I hope Plasmassist will lead to that very happiness for everyone part of this project. Our team consists of 12 volunteers across India. This team includes -

* Aaditya Sharma - Founder
* Sehar Gupta - Social Media and Networking
* Tanya Gupta - Social Media and Networking
* Aashna Jain - Resource Verification and Data Analysis
* Tanay Thakkar - Communications and Resources
* Antarang Kumar - Resources and Leads
* Bani Waraich - Data Analysis
* Saaketh Vithala - Data Analysis
* Dhruveel Shah - Data Analysis
* Mihir Null - R & D
* Tishya Gupta - Data Analysis
* Aadit Bansal - Data Analysis

As of today, we have connected 6 people across India in Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, and Delhi. We have helped people get access to Remdesivir in Ghaziabad and Oxygen in Chandigarh. Our database is growing with over 75 recipients and 10 donors. Our website has been accessed almost a thousand times and we have partnered with “The Run Club Chandigarh” who regularly hold plasma drives.

Website -

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