The school is permanently affiliated with The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi, and holds the affiliation code KA066/2005. The CISCE is the governing body responsible for conducting the examinations for students pursuing the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE).
The ICSE is one of the major educational boards in India and is considered to be on par with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Being affiliated with the CISCE means that the school follows the curriculum and guidelines set by this board.
One distinctive feature of ICSE is its comprehensive curriculum, which typically requires students to study a broader range of subjects compared to some other boards. In the 9th and 10th standards, ICSE students are usually required to study a total of 10 subjects, which may include core academic subjects, as well as other subjects like Assignments, Craft, Drawing, Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW), and Community Service.
Furthermore, the ICSE examination system includes an internal assessment component, which constitutes 20% of the total marks. This internal assessment is typically based on unit tests and project works, allowing students to demonstrate their understanding and application of the subject matter beyond traditional examinations.
This holistic approach to education, including a diverse set of subjects and a focus on internal assessment, aims to provide students with a well-rounded and comprehensive learning experience. It prepares them not only for academic success but also for personal growth and development.