School Curriculum

Montessori ( I to II )

Montessori standards introduced into the schools take children from two & half years of their age after preschooling at CDC till they attain five & half years of age. During this period they cover three classes from Mont. I to III. Play way method is used for teaching children of this category.

Forty percent stress is laid on academic management and sixty percent of total curriculum is earmarked for different activities to generate learning excitement in beginners.

Primary Level ( Std I to V )

During the primary level of education children have to use more of their brain and get an environment to communicate in English. Academic and non-academic activities in this section go at equal proportions.

Middle Level ( Std.VI to VIII )

Students of this age group are emerging as junior youth and curious young adolescents. They need plenty of academic stimulation and intellectually challenging materials. The foundation of solid learning laid here sets the stage for academic success in the senior years. We focus on learning with understanding and hands-on activity. We emphasize on values, etiquettes, manners & behaviour. Continuous professional development of the faculty ensures the best use of pedagogical techniques.

High School Level ( Std .IX to X )

 An ideal blend of academic and co-curricular activities engage the children constructively for balanced development of personality.

The school strives to prepare confident young adults by providing opportunities in multiple fields. Career guidance by experts in this cruical phase of intellectual development and exposure trips are add ons along with strong academic and co-curricular activities.

Higher Secondary Level ( Std.XI to XII )

Students during this period are equipped with self-confidence, so that they can choose a good befitting career for themselves and become an asset not only for themselves but also for their families and the nation as a whole. Discipline is emphasized from the very beginning and capacity building for self-sufficiency is also focused upon.