Top ICSE school in Bangalore

According to the NEP, schooling is divided as Foundational Stage, Junior Stage, Middle Level Stage and Senior Stage.

The school is affiliated to Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations New Delhi.  Students take up the ICSE Examination in class X.


Subjects Learnt: 


English is the medium of instruction.  It is also learnt as the first language.  English, Mathematics and Environmental Studies are learnt in the Nursery classes.  In Senior Nursery, Kannada is introduced and in class I Hindi is introduced.  Students continue to learn both Kannada and Hindi till class VIII.  In class IX they can choose one among them.  For the ICSE Exam in class X only English and one Indian language need to be studied.

From the preparatory stage, in class III, Environmental Studies is divided into General Science and Social Studies

From the middle level stage in class VI science splits into physics, chemistry and biology.  Like wise social studies get divided into History/ Civics and Geography.

In the high school stage in classes IX and X, only one Indian language (Kannada/ Hindi) need to be studied.  A group III subject is introduced in class IX.  The school offers physical education and commercial applications.  Students may choose one of them.

To  make learning and fundamentals more effective in the Foundational and Preparatory stages (Nursery to class V) Class Klap – a digital support app for online learning, live teaching and academic management is used.  This is in conformity with the NCERT and NEP 2020 guidelines.  Microsoft Teams is used for online and hybrid learning.

In the middle level and high school stages books from reputed publishers confirming to the syllabus of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations are used.




There is a comprehensive system of evaluation at all levels to ensure that learning takes place effectively and efficiently.  In the Nursery classes, evaluation happens informally and progress reports are given six times in an academic year.  In the higher classes a combination of Formative Assessments and Summative Assessments is used along with internal evaluation.  In all four formative assessments and two summative assessments are held during the academic year. 

*Note: The syllabi and subjects for all classes are based on the curriculum designed and developed by the Research, Development and Consultancy Division (RDCD) of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.  The said curriculum can be accessed on the Council’s website