Indus International School stands for holistic education, excellence, and personality development in students. The environment at the school motivates and inspires students to discover more about the world around them - and evolve into leaders of tomorrow, both in the ‘community’ context and a global context. All this requires a high degree of self-discipline, which must be instilled at a young age. Indus has instituted a 'Code of Conduct' with clearly defined parameters, which stimulates students to assume a responsible role in the boarding community. Indus is a miniature ‘Global Village’ with students and faculty from various cultures around the world. This requires boarders to be sensitive to one another’s customs and cultural values, all of which help foster mutual respect and self-respect among the students at Indus.
They offer both weekday boarding and full-time boarding along with residences for house parents. There are separate boarding houses for boys and girls, with 2 to 3 students sharing a room in every hostel. The boys and girls hostels are further segregated on the basis of age/grade.