The School Mosque was built in the late sixties to replace the small old mosque and lays emphasis on the school’s focus on not just the academic and physical development, but also the spiritual and religious inclination.

The Zohar and Maghrib prayers are compulsory for all boys with a strict dress code.

The School Chapel highlights the religious freedom and tolerance enjoyed and respected by all at the school. The school lays strict emphasis on equality and nationalism above the religious inclinations of pupils.