Grades 11 and 12


The school believes in a holistic, research-oriented, case-study and discussion-based approach to help students engage deeply with the subject content beyond the text. Students work collaboratively on problem-based learning to enhance problem-solving skills and reflect on their learning to make them self-regulated learners.

The school maintains a healthy teacher-student ratio at this level also to ensure a wholesome and focused classroom experience with better student engagement.

The Indian School Certificate (ISC) curriculum is followed for grades 11 & 12. This curriculum has been designed by the Council to provide a course of education with a set of academic subjects, including 3 to 5 elective subjects, and Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service.

The school maintains a healthy teacher-student ratio at this level also to ensure a wholesome and focused classroom experience with better student engagement.

Orientation to ISC

Students from other schools and other boards of curriculum are introduced to the vision and mission of the school and the philosophy of the institution.

Students of grade 11 are oriented to the Council, the requirements and expectations of the ISC curriculum with regard to the different subjects. They are familiarised with the system of work and the new assessment patterns, including any project or practical work, as part of internal assessments of the individual subjects.

The subjects offered at this level are according to the following combinations.

Electives Column A Column B Column C Column D
1 Mathematics Legal Studies History Business Studies **
2 Physics Commerce ** Psychology Political Science
3 Chemistry Accounts Sociology
4 Biology Computer Science Economics Art

**Business Studies with Commerce cannot be chosen as a combination.

The electives offered are subject to the number of children opting for the combination and other timetabling constraints.

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Guidance for Higher Studies

A well-planned and structured guidance program with aptitude and skill assessments, career guidance webinars, career planning tool and tracker and a curated information database are provided for students. This program, offered with the help of an external expert organisation, helps students to make informed choices for their higher education and further career planning.

Guest lectures and interactive sessions with industry experts are organised to give students an exposure to the scope of their chosen subjects. Guidance is also provided regarding the various examinations and application procedures for different universities, especially with alumni support and through career fairs and seminars offered by various institutes and consulates.


Global Citizenship:

Students explore the Sustainable Development Goals given by the United Nations. Each grade works on one sustainable development goal through which they are sensitised about global issues by relating it locally.

Students take up projects throughout the year to work on solutions towards sustainable development. Working on such projects develops curiosity, creativity, and imagination in young minds and inculcates skills such as design mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning, etc.

Solver space is an in-school problem-solving platform that allows children to experiment and build prototypes that solve real-life environment and civic problems in their locality which they discover through the entrepreneurship program. Young children get a chance to work on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) projects.

Global Citizenship program also provides opportunities for work practice towards Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service which is a mandatory segment of the ISC curriculum.

Creative Expressions:

At the beginning of the academic year, students choose their desired art form for Creative Expressions, from Music, Art, Dance and Theatre. Students learn the artforms through the year from expert facilitators and their performance or creative work is a big part of festivals, annual day events and special occasions.

Music: Students are taught western music or Indian music, by expert facilitators. In Indian music classes, children learn different songs from regional folk, devotional and Carnatic styles and their background along with the culture of the people associated. Basic lessons of Carnatic vocal and voice culture are given to improve their singing.


In the Western music classes, students learn vocal and instrumentals and the concepts of western music notations and its theory. They participate in listening and practical activities to enhance performance skills and create music collaboratively.

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Art: Students can choose between Art & Craft / Painting / Sculpture as their CE activity.


Students explore fine art, craft, graphic design and artefacts and learn to express culture through art, think critically and take a step towards design thinking as artists. Students learn colour theory, lighting and the concept of perspective, to compose paintings such as Landscapes, Figurative Art, Still Life Art and Abstract Art, using various mediums.


Students’ work is showcased during special occasions like Varnajala, the grand annual art festival of Hari Shree.

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Dance: Students get an opportunity to learn various styles and genres under the two main categories of Indian Dance Forms and Western Dance.


Indian Dance Forms – Students learn classical, semi classical and fusion dance forms. They learn the theoretical and technical aspects of these dance forms.


Western Dance – Students practise various styles of dance like Hip hop, Contemporary, Free style and Zumba.

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Theatre: Theatre sessions are conducted by a professional theatre group, as a collaborative form of performing art. The sessions embrace the idea of inclusive storytelling and help students find their voice through the entire process of content to form. A combination of gesture, speech, song, music, and dance is used to enhance the experience of theatre


Students are taken through a variety of tasks and activities that improve their content creation and performance abilities making them sure of themselves in a myriad of genres and styles on stage.


The program is also mapped to several milestones through the year and plays created and performed by the students form a big part of festivals, annual day events and special occasions.

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Physical Education: The physical education curriculum is structured to focus on building physical strength and endurance along with resilience, sportsmanship and team spirit. Students represent the school in various matches including those conducted by the Council.

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Yoga: Students practise asanas to improve flexibility and maintain good posture. They also learn breathing techniques to help them stay calm, focussed and mindful. Special sessions are also organised by experts to help students manage their anxiety and stress, especially while preparing for examinations.

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Field Trips and Outbound Trips: Students are taken on field trips to various places during their course, to have an in-depth understanding of subjects they study. Field trips focus on specific and planned objectives through observation, experiential learning and reflection.


Outbound trips are planned with specific outcomes to familiarise students with the geography and culture of various places around the country. The plan is structured to explore places in the country from the nearest to the farthest with every progressive year. Team-building activities like trekking and camping are integral parts of the outbound trips.


The field trips and outbound trips allow students to manage themselves and inculcate self-discipline.


Students also take on community service projects to serve the local community, during their outbound trips as part of their Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service projects, as part of their curriculum.

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Guest Lectures: Professionals from different fields, including alumni, are invited to as guest lecturers to provide students with deeper understanding of concepts beyond the curriculum. These guest lectures and interactions spark interest in children towards various fields and provide different perspectives to the learning.


Visits of guest lecturers are also opportunities for students to gain industry exposure and means of potential resources in the industry.

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Career Guidance: Students are provided opportunities through structured career guidance sessions, to explore various career choices available and the subject combinations that they can opt for in grade 11 to help them in these career paths. A well-planned and structured guidance program with aptitude and skill assessments, career guidance webinars and a career planning tool and tracker are provided for students to help them in their choices.



Student Council: TThe student council empowers students into being responsible for themselves and to contribute to the school and the community as a whole. Students of grades 9 and 10 are nominated and elected for different roles in the school council. These roles come with a set of responsibilities and provide opportunities for students to develop organisational, communication and negotiation skills.

Assemblies: Assemblies are an integral part of our regular working days. These may be theme-based and are organised and conducted by the students themselves, building their organisational skills and team work. Assemblies provide opportunities for the student council to interact with the student body and take collective decisions.

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After School Activities: After school activities provide opportunities for students to pursue activities of their interest, building their skills and ability to balance extra-curriculars with academics.


Students can opt from an array of after-school activities facilitated by both in-house experts and external professionals.

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