Co-curricular activities are an integral part of the life of a student at The Scindia School. They are much more than mere recreational activities; they provide important directions to a student on his journey to self-discovery. These activities hone the softer skills, the aesthetic senses, design consciousness, sensitivity of feelings, dignity of labour, team work, and link the physical skills to the mind and to the emotion. The school has a thought-through purpose for running these activities as societies, so that cooperation and mutual respect prevails over selfish conduct. The introduction of a wide range of co-curricular activities and projects, with a bent to social welfare, was a defining event for the school in the early 1930s. The Scindia School embraced this approach for the all-round growth of the students many decades before the co-scholastic grades were introduced by the CBSE.
Moreover, the co-curricular activities of today could form the bedrock of career options of tomorrow. This is already evidenced by the number of Old Boys of the school who are engaged in careers in the creative fields or with NGOs.