The Master Plan incorporated the necessary requirements of a dedicated primary school, an administration block catering to primary and senior schools, laboratories, an art centre, a library, a dining hall and outstanding residential quarters for both students and faculty. Deep structural improvements were made, such as the incorporation of an additional floor. The institution’s use of vernacular brick architecture with Indo-Saracenic influence is a particularly noteworthy design element. The school has been planned around a system of courtyards. Richly landscaped, these colonnades and courtyards marked a correlation between the open and built spaces.