The Middle School challenges learners with a broader curriculum, to lay the foundation for the High School Academic program. At this stage, study skills are honed, and concepts taught are thoroughly grounded, while group work and interaction with classmates cater to growing social awareness. Resourcefulness and commitment to work are encouraged.
Induction into the House system helps them to learn loyalty, and a sense of teamwork, while the use of the well-stacked library for project work, enhances habits of self study. The spectrum of extra-curricular activities gives scope for talents to surface in Dramatics, Music, Art, Dancing, Games and Sports.
Each student’s talent is channelized in a range of hobby clubs. Field trips and excursions are organized. Tests and examinations now become a part of the assessment methodology and parents are kept appraised of the child’s academic progress. There are plenty of opportunities for the parents to interact with teachers to assess the development of their child. All these are aimed to ensure that the objective of maximum growth for each learner is achieved, at this level.