| 1. English
English is the 1st language. A multi skill course is a comprehensive language course consisting of a text book, a workbook and a grammar book. The main course book(text book) consists of carefully chosen prose extracts from varied range of writing of eminent authors - classics to folk-poetry lessons and essays. A wide selection of reading material provides the students a glimpse of different cultures.
| 2. Methods and techniques of teaching languages
Classroom interaction would be such as to promote optimal learner participation leading to an urge to use language both in speech and writing. Our teachers use different methods to reach this goal such as role play, dramatization, teaching, discussion, debate simple projects, language games, activities, tasks, recitation, creative writing & so on....
| 3. Second Language
School provides an option between Kannada and Hindi. The 1st language syllabus prescribed by Karnataka Government is followed for Kannada syllabus and NCERT syllabus is followed for Hindi.
| 4. Third Language
The School is offering Kannada and Hindi as Third Language options. As per the directive of CBSE Board Hindi has to be studied as one of the languages. The II language Kannada students should choose Hindi as III language and vice versa.
| 5. Mathematics
The course material for middle school classes emphasizes the development of mathematical understanding and thinking in the child. At this level the student will move from using concrete materials and experiences to deal with abstract notions. There is an emphasis in taking the child through the process of learning to generalist, and also checking the generalization. Helping the student to develop a better understanding of logic and appreciating the notion of proof is also stressed. The topics covered are number system, Fractions, powers, whole numbers, rational numbers, integers, algebraic expressions, ratio-proportion, geometrical shapes, parallel lines, quadrilaterals, triangles, symmetry, construction, mensuration and data handling.
| 6. Lab Activities
Possesses variety of materials & models which are used in lab activities. Students maintain a record of the experiments conducted during lab programme.
Lab activities de-emphasise algorithms and remembering of facts and would emphasis the ability to follow logical steps, develop and understand arguments as well, Mathematics emerges as a subject of exploration and creation rather than finding known old answers to old complicated problems requiring blind application of un-understood algorithms.
| 7. General Science
The General Science syllabus for middle school level is designed in gradation. The important topics covered are food and nutrition. The world of living, How things work, Natural Phenomena, materials, people and ideas, magnetism, light, water, electricity, waste management, friction, pressure, sound, disaster management and so on. All the themes start with basic understanding in VI level and continue upto VIII to reach the advanced level.
| 8. Lab Activities
At this level students are provided with plentiful opportunities to engage with the processes of science, observing things closely, recording observations, tabulation, drawing, plotting graphs and drawing inferences from what they observe. Weekly two practical classes are provided for the students for this purpose. The school possesses well equipped science lab to conduct practical sessions for the students.
| 9. Social Science
Social Science syllabus consists of History, Geography and Civics.
History syllabus provides an idea of historical developments, creates a sense of historical diversity and helps them to make a comparative study of the past and the present and aspire for a better future. VI std covers, ancient history, VII madevial history and VIII modern history.
Geography syllabus covers the themes such as earth and its resources, climate, distribution of economic resources, study of environment, resource development etc., Each topic is supported by a project/activity.
Civics syllabus deals with social life, rural administration, social problems, Indian Constitution, Rights and Duties, democracy - its institutions and processes, etc.