Academics and Areas of Development
For Grades 9-10, we use Cambridge Upper Secondary curriculum. The focus is on a broad and balanced study across a wide range of subjects using learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to learning. Assessments include written, oral, coursework and practicals and students take the IGCSE exams at the end of this stage.
The following IGCSE subjects are mandatory for all students:
- English (Can Be Chosen as either a First or Second Language)
- Second Language (Hindi/French/Spanish)
- International Mathematics
- Science (Combined Science/physics/biology)
(Each Of The Individual Science Subjects are available as Core Or Extended)
Students must choose a minimum of 3 subjects from the following options:
- Computer Science
- Additional Mathematics
- English Literature
- Business Studies
- Global Perspectives
- Environmental Management
- Art & Design
- Physical Education
- International Mathematics
Areas of Learning
The choice and combination of subjects should be based on a fair understanding of the purpose which can include personal interest, use value of subject for university admissions and higher education courses, future career planning or aspiration for Cambridge ICE Award
For Grades 11-12, we offer Cambridge International AS and A Levels, which provides a comprehensive and stimulating educational experience. With a focus on critical thinking, problem-solving, and practical skills development, our Cambridge International AS and A Levels program aims to nurture well-rounded individuals who are prepared for success in both further studies and the ever-evolving professional world.
Through a diverse range of subjects and a learner-centred approach, we are committed to empowering our students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to excel academically and beyond.
(Humanities & Social Sciences)
|Group 3 |
|Group 4 (Mathematics)||Group 5
(Creative & Professional)
|English as First Language (EFL)||Economics||Physics||International|
|English as |
|Hindi as Second|
|History||Biology||Computer Science (CS)|
|Combined Science||Art & Design
|Spanish||Literature in English||Environmental Management|
|Physical Education (PE)|
|Sociology||Global Perspectives (GP)|
- Students are expected to take a minimum of 3 A level subjects alongside AS level English.
- We also offer AS level Global Perspectives & Research (only if 2 or more students opt for it) and IPQ in addition to the subjects mentioned in the bands.
- Further Mathematics will only be offered to students if they clear the baseline examination for it.
- We only offer a subject at AS and A level if a minimum of 5 students opt for it.
|English Language (AS) or
English General paper (AS)
|Band 2||Physics||Economics||Media Studies|
|Band 3||Biology||Business||Art & Design|
|Band 4||Computer |
|Band 6||Law||Further |
For Grades 11-12, we use Cambridge Advanced programme with AS Level exams after Grade 11 and A Level exams after Grade 12. The only exception is AS Level English subjects for which the exams are conducted at the end of Grade 12. Cambridge International AS and A Levels are extremely good preparation for university studies. Students develop deep subject knowledge along with strong analytical skills, critical thinking and writing skills. All these are highly valued by all top universities in India and abroad.
We offer subjects in specific Groups at this stage. Students should opt for a minimum of 3 subjects up to A Levels and a subject of English at AS Level where necessary for university admissions or entrance tests. The subjects must be selected carefully if applying for Cambridge AICE diploma
|Group 1 |
|Group 2 |
|Group 3 (|
|Group 4 |
|Biology||Art & |
|Art & |