THE KINDERGARTEN PROGRAMME
The Kindergarten program is a four and a half hour program for children from the ages of four years to five years. This program is also based on the principle of free progressive education, led by a curriculum of art, science, music and movement.
At this stage emotional independence is encouraged amongst children. Once again, this program encourages bilingualism in languages other than the mother tongue.
THE JUNIOR SCHOOL
The Junior School is close to the Preschool and has an independent access as well. It houses Class One, Two, Three, Four and Five.
Sports, Karate, Yoga, dance, music, art and craft and computer education form an essential part of the curriculum. The syllabus is according to the guidelines laid down by the NCERT.
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL
It houses Class Six & Eight.
Sanskrit is taught as a third language in class VI to VIII. Value Education is an essential part of the classroom lessons and it is consider to be one of the most important areas of education. Co curricular activities like dramatics presentation research projects are encouraged through classroom activities, clubs and inter house and inter school competitions.
THE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
The syllabi for class XI and XII is according to the guidelines laid down the Central Board of Secondary Education. The students opt for subject classes appropriate to the stream of their choice- Science, Commerce, or Humanities. The emphases on Value education work experience, Skills development, Physical Fitness etc continuous.
THE SENIOR SCHOOL
The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognized by the Department of Education. The Senior School has students enrolled from grade 9 to grade 10. All students prepare for the All India Secondary School Certificate Examination.
Besides academics, a strong emphasis is land on work experience and community service with the aim of creating sensitive citizens. Specific skills are development through clubs, houses and special whole school assemblies.