The school academic year is from April to March and is divided into a 3 working terms approximately as follows:
- 1st Term - April-Mid May
- 2nd Term - Mid July-Mid December
- 3rd Term - Mid January-March
- Students are prepared for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ICSE) and for (ISC) (Class XII) conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi. These examinations have Indian and international recognition and have a special advantage in that they have a common syllabi in all Anglo-Indian and listed schools / colleges throughout the country.
- Except in the teaching of other languages, English is the medium of instruction throughout the school, but Hindi is given equal importance.
- The Hindi text-books used are same as in the corresponding classes of Hindi medium schools. In the activities designed to develop fluency in speaking, such as debates, concerts, and plays, Hindi is used as freely as English for literary work. For example, the school magazines, essay competition, debates, dramatics are in both languages.
- Subjects taught to the higher classes are English language and literature, Hindi language, Sanskrit, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, History (both Indian and world), Geography, Civics, General Science, Art, Human and science biology, Commerce, Economics, principles of Accounts, physical training and moral science.
- Particular stress is laid on science, for the teaching of which there will be three equipped laboratories and three qualified science teachers and a demonstrator.
“A strong academic foundation ensures the success of each child in future endeavors. A highly qualified and motivated staff ensures academic excellence of the students.”
“Achieving academic excellence”
Highly qualified and trained teachers under the overall supervision of experienced headmistress functions as a team and make full efforts to improve educational standards through co-operative teaching caring and a balanced program of class work and supervised studies.