Overview

High Academic Standards

We are committed to providing high-quality teaching, developing intellectually curious, self-motivated, enthusiastic young women with an endearing love of learning. Our teachers have a deep enthusiasm for their subject areas and feed a broad range of talents and interests, expertly guiding pupils through learning and examinations. The School has an international outlook, with girls learning from each other in an atmosphere of mutual respect.

Academic Structure

Lower School - Grades V to VIII
Upper School - Grades IX and X
Senior School - Grades XI and XII

Curriculum

The School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) Board as well as Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE).

Medium of Instruction

The teaching methodology incorporates a student-centered learning system. While English is the medium of instruction, students opt a foreign language as a third language.

Assessment System

In Lower School, promotion to the next higher class at the end of the academic year is on the basis of continuous assessment and in accordance with the rules decided upon by the School Examinations Committee.

In Upper School, students prepare for the CISCE Board/CAIE Examinations, held at the end of Grade X.

In Senior School, students prepare for the Indian School Certificate (ISC)/ Cambridge Advanced Levels (A Level) Examinations held at the end of Grade XII.

Special Attention Classes

There are differences in the academic standards of the many regions that our students hail from. In order to ease the transition into our mainstream classes, girls who have not been given the required academic background are placed in special attention groups and oriented to cope up with their classmates. Special tutorials are conducted for girls lagging behind their peers.