The school has implemented new education policies to meet the challenge of CCE (Continuous& Comprehensive Evaluation) in a very authentic and real way for:
Fostering holistic development of children.
The physical, mental, moral, aesthetic and spiritual welfare.
The discovery and development of child’s special interest, aptitude and abilities.
Providing opportunities for initiating and carrying out child’s own enterprise whenever possible.
Primary Class ( I to V)
Subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, General Science, Social Science and General Knowledge.
Skills: Art, Craft, Music, Dance, Physical Education, Computer Education and other co- scholastic activities.
Classes VI to VIII
Subject : English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science & Technology, History and Civics, Geography, General Knowledge and a third language Sanskrit
Skills:Art Craft, Music, Dance, Physical Education, Computer and other co-scholastic activities.
Classes IX to X
English Communicative Hindi (Course A)
Mathematics Science & Technology
Social Science Health & Physical Education
Computer Education/ IT and Other co- scholastic activities
Senior Secondary Classes
Classes XI to XII
The streams offered are namely science, & Commerce at senior secondary level.
Choice A (Science) Choice B (Commerce)
1.English Core 1.English Core
2. Hindi Core 2. Hindi Core
3. Physics 3. Business Studies
4. Chemistry 4. Accountancy
5. Biology 5. Economics
Co- Scholastic Activities & work Experience
As the C.B.S.E has extended CCE to all classes in a phased manner, with the aim of fostering holistic development and enhancing life skills, the school offers a wide range of activities in these activities to students to indulge in productive labour, useful for the society. Students’ participation in these activities helps in developing confidence, ability and neuro-muscular coordination and reducing stress. Students take part in inter-school competitions. the students are given an opportunity to showcase their special talents at morning assembly. the following activities are open to students through different clubs:
Vocal Music, Instrumental Music, Classical, Folk & Western Dance, Drawing and Painting, Calligraphy, Dramatics.
Games and Sports
Basket Ball, Volley Ball, Hand Ball, Football, Badminton, Cricket, Athletics Karate, Judo, Takewondo Yoga, Aerobics, Table Tennis, Chess, Carrom, Kho-Kho, Kabadi.
Personality Development & Grooming Indian Traditional Art-Heena, Rangoli & Alpana Handicrafts, Clay Modelling Computer Application Cooking, Baking
Literary and Scientific Activities
Debate and Declamation Elocution (Hindi & English) Narration and Recitation Creative Writing Public Speaking, Quiz, Symposium and Seminars Power Point Presentation
(Pre-School I to V)
Environment Club Drawing & Painting, Story Telling, Creative Writing Gardening, Literary Activities.
VI to XII
Science Club, Quiz Club, Mathematics Club, Nature & Environment Club Sports Club,Interact Club, Computer Club.
Extra Subjects Offered
- Physical Education
- Fine Arts
Travelling is one of the most effective means of learning. The value of the written word, endorsed by actual images gets indelibly imprinted in the mind. A wide range of excursional experiences organised by the school make the students aware of India’s rich heritage and rapid transformation.
What is Expected of Holy Cross School’s Students?
> Students at Holy Cross School’s be relentless, unaffected by obstacles in their paths.
> They should be confident,conquerors, determined to reach for the “Gold”
> They should always be friendly with others, in and out of the school.
> They should behave politely and avoid use of indecent language.
> They should accept whatsoever work is assigned to them as their rightful share.
> They should treat their parents, relatives, teachers and companions with kindness in words and actions.
> They should respect the liberty and rights of others.
> They should respect the beauty of the class room and of the school premises and report any damages they may observe.
> They should never hesitate to say ‘No’ when asked or tempted to do a thing which they know to be wrong.
> Instead of lamenting or grumbling over the evils of this world, they should try to contribute their share in making it a better place to live in
> Students of Holy Cross should have a patriotic spirit and a secular out look. They should adhere to universal values that all men and women are brothers and sisters, because they belong to the same family of