in 2004


Fee Structure varies from class to class. Please visit the school for detailed information about the fee structure.

Yes for 1st to 10th the admissions can be confirmed after an interaction & entrance clearance .

PTM’s are a great time to meet Class Teacher. Weekly reports sent by each Class Teacher also help Parents keep up with what’s happening in school. For urgent matters- they can SMS or call the reception

Fee Structure varies from class to class. Please visit the school for detailed information about the fee structure.

We use the evaluation system prescribed by the CBSE Board.

Admissions depend upon the academic session usually followed in the particular area where the School is located.

We believe that "extra-curricular" is not the appropriate term to describe non-academic interventions in a school. Music, Dance, Art, Sport and club activities are essential ingredients for the development of life skills among children to help them be prepared for the challenges of the future.  More details of the program will be available through the school team at the time of admission enquiry.

The prime focus of our campus security is complete perimeter sanitisation. Strict control on entry is a key to safety and the school ensures that parents, vehicles, vendors and service providers – use separate manned gates. Round-the-Clock security of the campus is ensured through over strategically located CCTV cameras monitored continuously by our security personnel.

We took the decision to consciously be a co-educational school because we believe that scholars of all genders must understand each other as they grow up, as this will form the base of their future interactions with each other as well. All activities whether academic, co-curricular or sporting are conducted under the supervision of mentors. Adult supervision is emphasised on the campus, at all times and is largely supported by strategically located surveillance cameras and guards.

There is a difference between a shy and an introvert child. A shy child must not be pushed and forced against their wishes. They should be given more exposure to social events like birthday parties or playing in groups and gently urged to participate. A child’s shyness is not discussed in front of him/her in the School hours. We try to patiently cajole them to participate in various school events and behave in a confident manner ourselves so that children can imitate us. Games and role plays involving social skills are regularly practiced with them.

Scholars are asked to stay back at times for remedial classes to provide them extra support, whenever required. A regular feedback regarding the homework and progress of scholars keeps parents well-informed and ensures a closely monitored development programme for their children.