Curriculum shifts to a more rigourous program that supports and nurtures academic growth, social development, personal skills and independent learning from grade 9 onwards. Experienced and dedicated staff make this achievable with academic and co-curricular opportunities.

Our curriculum and assessments focus on preparing children for their future. The outcome based teaching methodology focusses on building concepts, skills and dispositions specified for each subject.

Subject Streams offered in Grades 11 and 12.
We offer the following combination of subjects in Grades 11 and 12.

Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3 Stream 4 Stream 5  Stream 6
English English English English English English
Physics Physics Physics Business Studies Business Studies Business Studies
Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Economics Economics Economics
Biology Biology Mathematics Accountancy Accountancy Accountancy
Mathematics Informatics Practices Computer science Mathematics Applied Mathematics Informatics Practices

Assessments

Assessments are systematically planned and aligned with CBSE requirements. Assessments supports continuous improvement and is supported by constructive feedback. Formative and Summative Assessments help the children to self-regulate and persevere for personal excellence. End of Term examinations are conducted every term.






The rigour of assessments increases at the secondary level in order to support preparation for the Board examinations. Children take up two cycles of preboards before they appear for the final examinations.

Academic Support
Remediation Support is extended to children after school hours.

Assemblies
Assemblies are an integral part of our regular working days. These are theme-based and are organised and conducted by the students themselves, building their organisational skills and team work. Assemblies provide opportunities for children to showcase their creativity and talents, and share their views on important issues.

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Co-curriculum

Student Council: The student council empowers students to become responsible for themselves and to contribute to the school and the community as a whole. Students of grades 9 to 12 are nominated and elected for different roles in the school council. These roles come with responsibilities and provide opportunities for students to develop organisational, communication and leadership skills.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular program is aligned to the school’s philosophy and provides opportunities for specializing in Performing Art, Visual Art, Sports after school hours. Children can opt from an array of after-school activities facilitated by both in-house experts and external professionals.

Learn more about each of these activities here