Our Strategies

Academic Enhancement Strategies

  1. In order to maintain academic standard and encouarge multiple choice for high performing students to study in the private school, the school offers full scholarship to 15 Rigzhung, 10 Arts and 5 Commerce on a criterion based ( specified under sholarship )
  2. The school has a day long career education at the beginning of the academic year to prepare students for the choice of streams and associated career path. It is often observed that students are not able to make the right choice as per their subject strength and hence they failed to have career focus during the course of their two year intermediate studies. Hence, this programme helps students to make the right choice of stream and workd towards accomplishing one‘s higher tertiary education plan
  3. The school has a well established academic enhancement and support programme. Based on the performance level of students, daily remedial classes are administered on different subjects. Special guidelines and task are given to higher performing students to enable then excel further. They arranges  both winter and summer coaching classes. The class XI students promoted to class XII are mandated to under a month long coaching camp during winter ( January). The courses include; class XII syllabus, tailored computer and other essential courses on demand base.
  4. In order to cultivate reading habits, students have to present their book review in the assembly as a part of their morning assembly speech. Book reviews are further re-inforced by subject teachers in the classroom teaching. This way the library is connected to assembly and classroom
  5. Keeping in line with the education human resource policy of providing 80 hours Professional training for teachers, the school is in the continuous process of providing training in the area of teaching and assessment. Every year, we hire professionals from Paro College of Education and other Higher Secondary Schools to provide a minimum of three structured training to our teachers on need base and relevancy. We also carry out several professional panel discussions at both formal and informal level. Further, the management carries out formal teaching observations of every teacher twice a year. The results of observation are linked to their performance.

Good Management Strategies

  1. It is a well known fact that a good school is one where a leader is visionary, wise, professional, decisive, out spoken, impartial and above all one is open to suggestions, criticism and has immensely diverse experienced in the field of educational management. The current principal Mr. Sonam Tshering fits the bill since he has 39 years of experience in the area of a teacher, school management as a principal and Educational leadership as DEO, Human Resource Management and programme management as a Chief. He is supported by a team of highly committed Vice Principal, professional Subject Heads and intellectual teachers.
  2. The school has three conventional level to promote collective decision making such as; the Committee of Students Councilors , Teacher level committees and the School Management level. The Committee of Students’ Councilors meet regularly to discuss, plan and  review school programme and propose proposals for implementation and improvement. The respective relevant Teachers committee endorses the proposal and puts up to the School Management level for approval. This way participative and collaborative decision making process is exercised well and every one is kept on board.
  3. The School has a comprehensive policy guidelines in place. Hence every one knows the roles and responsibilties clearly.
  4. The school has a Service Book which is approved by the Ministery of Human Resource and Labour and hence all the staff know their rights and duties clearly.
  5. Keeping in line with the policy of the Ministry of Education, the school has a system of non-corporal positive disciplining through a formative award of scores for both negative and positive behavior. The positive scores are awarded for voluntary services, initiatives deeds, creative work and other merit acts. The negative scores are given in the area of behavioral conduct such as punctuality, violation of school rules and regulations and truancy. The monthly scores are collected from the class teachers entered by the management against each student and the cumulative scores are linked to their School Leaving Transfer Certificates against the 9 different domains of personal characters.
  6. The school has more than 51 different portfolios ( may increase according to class sections) for student captains which are filled up through an electoral process. Uniquely there are different committees of captains who plan and execute all programmes under the guidance of school committees. The prefects require to exercise their leadership and gain merits to earn their leadership certificates at the end of every year.

About School

Desi High School

The school has a team of highly qualified and committed teachers led by an experienced Principal who had served in Ministry of Education for 35 years holding various positions. With his genuine passion toward working with the youth, he opted back to school management in September, 2012.In view of introducing Arts and Commerce stream from 2017, the school management shall be recruiting some of the best reputed Commerce and Arts teachers from across the country before the end of 2016 academic year. [READ MORE]

School Vision

An ideal Institute that upholds the principles of GNH, through the provision of quality wholesome education nurturing aspiring learners to becoming productive citizens.

School Mission

  • To preserve and promote the National Language Dzongkha and Bhutanese traditional heritage
  • To keep students abreast with all the fundamental development of education and technology

Fees Structure and Easy payment

We have made fees and payment method easy for both parents and students [READ MORE]

Career Path

What is there after DHS? Check our career path [READ MORE]

Co-creation & Ownership

Students are part of plan in school and they have ownership over it [READ MORE]

How do we improve our students?

Through awards, motivation and recognination [READ MORE]