The academic pattern in the senior section is characterized by flexibility and individuation. It focuses on the needs of individual students and offers a learner-centered approach. The acquisition of new knowledge is made more meaningful through opportunities to apply it. Projects, exhibitions, presentations or field trips ensure that the learner finds many avenues to see the theory in practice.

The assessments are both activity-based and scholastic based, and include a wide array of methods and techniques such as MCQs, projects, creative writing, listening skills, narration, story writing, dialogues, class presentations, enactments, source analysis, power point presentations etc. so that no child is left behind.

A host of co-curricular activities including sports, fine arts and performing arts, prepare the child for a wholesome and liberal attitude to life and relationships.

A conscious effort is made to inculcate social and ethical values, which are enriched by independent, critical thinking, and the students are consistently encouraged to adopt an informed approach towards life.