Academic Year 2016-2017Senior School (Year 7 to Year 13) £4,808.00 per pupil per termJunior School (Year 3 to Year 6) £3,617.00Junior School (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) £3,291.00Lunch is mandatory for all pupils until they complete the end of Year 11 and is currently £256.00 per pupil per term for Senior School students and Junior School students in Years 3 to 6.Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are currently charged £215.00 per term.
Admission ProcedureAdmission is taken on the basis of written and oral tests; subject to availability of seats in a particular class. The test comprises a written examination in English, Maths and Hindi. There is no specific syllabus for the admission test, but a candidate must have adequate knowledge of the subject appropriate for the class lower than that in which he/she desires admission. The child should be medically fit. At the time of Admission to class 1 & onwards T.C. will be required.Minimum Age RequiredFor PREP.41/2, + For STD. 1-51/2 + YRS. And ONWARDS.(As on 31st March)THE SCHOOL RESERVES THE RIGHT OF ADMISSION AT ITS OWN DISCRETION.Admission to Class XIThe candidates seeking direct admission to class XI should have 90% or above marks for Science Stream, 80% or above marks for Commerce Stream. The list of other short listed candidates will be displayed on the school Notice Board for test and interview.Marks Required for Direct AdmissionFor PCM - 90% in English, Maths, & Science For PCB - 90% in English & ScienceFor Commerce - 80% in English, Maths & Social ScienceWithdrawalA clear calendar month's notice in writing or a monthâ€™s fee in lieu of notice is required before a students is withdrawn from the school. T.C. is issued only when all the dues of the school are settled along with T.C. Fees.A student can be dismissed on any of the following grounds -1.Indisciplinary Activities2.Irregular Attendance.3.Damage of school property4.Moral breach considered by the school authorities.5.Failing for two consecutive years in the same class.