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Wisdom High International School offers a unique blend of National and International curriculum which is relevant to the 21 st century and accepted by leading universities all over the world. The school houses classes from Grade 1 to Grade 12. At the primary and secondary stage, the school has evolved a creative curriculum drawn from the guidelines laid down by Indian and International Certifications. This integrated approach expands the scope of learning and goes beyond just the textbook. The teaching standards are interactive and the Continuous Assessment Programme ensures that the evaluation of the child is both comprehensive and holistic. Our students are encouraged to set their own targets and work towards achieving them, thus improving their own standards.

The Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination ICSE

The Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination - (ICSE):

In October 1956, at the meeting of the Inter-State Board for Anglo-Indian Education a proposal was adopted for the setting of an Indian Council to administer The University of Cambridge, Local Examinations Syndicate for the best way to adapt its examinations to the needs of the country. The inaugural meeting of the Council was held on 3rd November, 1958 and this is how the ICSE Board came into existence.

The Council for Indian School Certificate Examination, Delhi offers four examinations as:

  • ICSE- Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination (Grade 10)
  • SSLC- Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Grade 10)
  • CVE- Certificate in Vocational Education
  • ISC- Indian School Certificate Examination (Grade 12)

Wisdom High International School follows the ICSE from Grade 1 to 10 and ISC for Grades 11 & 12. The curriculum is more project based and gives emphasis to English as the major language and Hindi as the second language. Emphasis is on English literature. The assessments are majorly through alphabetic grades but from Grade 5 it is on the basis of numeric scores. The scope of syllabus is defined by the board but it allows the schools to select its own textbooks. As it has an extensive syllabus it helps to develop thinking and analytical skills.