The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. The school prepares students for ‘All India Secondary School Examination’ (AISSE) and ‘All India Senior School Certificate Examination’ (AISSCE).
The school emphasizes on a progressive curriculum with an interactive classroom approach. The school believes that the proper development in a child is possible only through providing proper value education Teachers are encouraged to inculcate in students, the values of life while teaching their respective subjects.
Primary section includes Class I – V. The syllabus followed is as per CBSE scheme. The subjects taught are:
Non-scholastic subjects include Physical Education, SUPW and Music. Moral instruction is given as the school considers this an essential part of character training.
Middle school comprises of Class VI – VIII. The curriculum followed focuses on preparing the students for the CBSE exams. At this stage, the students have a choice for II Language and III Language. The Scholastic Subjects are:
- II Language – Hindi / Malayalam
- III Language – Hindi / Malayalam / Sanskrit
- General Science
- Social Science
- Computer Education
Non Scholastic Subjects : Include Art
The curriculum for Classes IX and X is based on CBSE syllabus.
- II Language- Malayalam / Hindi / Sanskrit
- Science & Technology
- Social Science
Non-scholastic subjects: include Computer Education & Music
At the Higher Secondary Level (Classes XI & XII) the school offers Science and Commerce Stream. English, Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry are the compulsory subjects. Optional subjects include Biology and Computer Science. Physical Education, General Studies and SUPW are the non-scholastic subjects included in the syllabus.
- Biology / Computer Science
- Business Studies
- Mathematics / Entrepreneurship
The school follows a system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. All aspects of a child’s development like academic, extra-curricular, co-curricular, personal and social traits are taken into consideration for the evaluation.
The academic year is divided into 2 terms. Term exams and periodic test are conducted to assess the scholastic performance of the children. The final assessment and promotion of students to the next class is based on the performance in all the exams. Students should secure a minimum of 35% in each individual subject