The school follows the syllabus of I.C.S.E. and ISC as formulated by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi. This is an All India Examination which continues to maintain its high standard. The medium of Instruction is English with provision for the children to learn Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Sanskrit. .
The children’s communion with God in the form of daily morning prayers, empowers them to face the
challenges of their scholastic life.
The project method is an integral part of the school programme and it is
environment-oriented, with a view to helping children understand the world better
and preserve it.
The school develops and encourages an aesthetic ability in children. Music,
vocal and instrumental –fine arts, dramatics, folk dances and other activities are included in the co-curricular programmes.
The school lays great emphasis on the introduction of technology at an early age.
The Children are exposed to the world of connectivity so that they are able to gain a consistent global perspective.
House System: The students are divided into four houses
named after ancient luminaries of India – Agastya, Aryabhatta, Bhaskar andValmiki. All competitions are held on an inter-house basis.
Elections for the posts of Captain and Vice -Captain and Head of Student Council,
are held at the beginning of each year.