The curriculum in this stage is designed to encourage higher-order thinking, reasoning, analytical and logical applications. The social, emotional, cognitive, and physical needs of students are addressed in this crucial period of transition from childhood to adulthood.
The school has a rich assortment of co-curricular activities. We stage in-house plays, music, dance, and other activities. Participation in co-curricular and sporting activities takes equal importance alongside academic performance. The co-curricular activities include field trips, cultural events, environmental and social service projects, and campaigns. The students are graded regularly on the basis of participation and performance in-class activities.