Extra Curricular

Hindi as a second Language

At DAVMES, Hindi is introduced as a second language right from the beginning stages, where children are exposed to simple poems, songs, basic vocabulary, and conversational Hindi sentences. Starting from Kindergarten, students are gradually introduced to the Hindi alphabet, and they begin to learn how to read and write the Hindi script.


Introducing a second language at an early age, such as in Preschool and elementary levels, provides a wide range of benefits in terms of cognitive development, academics, social skills, and emotional growth.

Learning a second language enhances social interactions, allowing children to form friendships with individuals who speak different languages. It also boosts self-confidence and self-esteem as children become proficient in communicating with diverse groups of people. Moreover, it nurtures cultural sensitivity, empathy, and an appreciation for diversity right from the early years.


Bilingual children demonstrate enhanced communication flexibility, enabling them to adapt their language skills according to various social settings. They develop strong interpersonal abilities and excel in many communication scenarios.

Benefits of Yoga in School Curriculum​

Research indicates that integrating yoga into the school curriculum can serve as a successful approach to enhancing students' self-regulation, mind-body awareness, and physical fitness. These benefits may contribute to the development of further social and emotional learning (SEL) skills and positive student results, including better behavior, mental well-being, health, and academic performance. Additionally, yoga offers students, regardless of their body size, shape, or physical capabilities, an inclusive and noncompetitive form of physical activity that is enjoyable and empowering.

Importance of Prayers/Moral Education for Children in the Modern World​

In today's modern society characterized by physical distance, nuclear families, and hectic schedules, children might miss out on the valuable informal moral education traditionally provided by grandparents and elders in the community. Recognizing this gap in upbringing, at DAVMES, we acknowledge the necessity of incorporating Prayers/Moral Studies into our curriculum. Our aim is to instill virtues, principles, and ethical ideals in our students, shaping their characters and personalities for a better social future. Through discussions on their observations and media consumption, we guide children in distinguishing between right and wrong, reinforcing positive conduct. Furthermore, we encourage students to cultivate mutually beneficial relationships, strengthening bonds of companionship and respect among peers and elders. We aspire that through Moral Science studies, our young learners will be equipped to navigate negative influences, uphold moral standards, and champion integrity and fairness as they venture into the broader world.

Art Programs at DAVMES​

DAVMES offers an art program as an integral component of its curriculum. Engaging in drawing and painting aids students in enhancing their focus, decision-making skills, problem-solving abilities, sequencing, and developing hand-eye coordination. Students have the opportunity to explore various art mediums such as clay, charcoal, watercolors, oil paints, and Paper Mache, among others. Over the years, our students have consistently excelled in the Annual Rodeo Art competition, securing top accolades such as the esteemed Best of the Show awards, gold medals, and multiple awards of excellence.

Benefits of Physical Education​

Engaging in physical activity is closely linked to achieving academic excellence. DAVMES provides Physical Education classes from kindergarten to 5th Grade in collaboration with a coach, promoting a holistic approach to education.

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