The school conducts various co-curricular activities to enrich the curricular subjects. The co-curricular activities could be broadly classified under Clubs & Associations, Projects & Events.
The School conducts projects such as: British Council Project, Health and Nutrition Project and Go Green Project. It celebrates three important national festivals: Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanthi and Republic Day, and one state festival - Kannada Rajyotsva. The School also celebrates three key religious festivals: Bakrid, Deepavali and Christmas, highlighting the importance of all religions. Teachers’ Day and Children’s Day are the two academic days that the School celebrates with innovative programmes each time. Moreover, the feasts of St Aloysius Gonzaga (Patron of the School), St Ignatius Loyola (Founder of the Society of Jesus) and the Foundation Day are celebrated with due solemnity. In addition, the School holds Talent Day (called ‘Gonzaga Got Talent’), Sports Day, School Annual Day, Public Speaking, Quiz, Debates and other International Days. These programmes and activities go a long way in engaging the students in lively and creative activities as a complement to their academic pursuits.