High Schooling At The Gaudium

High Schooling At The Gaudium

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The High School at The Gaudium is for students from ages 16-18 (Grade 11 & 12) where students have an option to choose from a National (CBSE) and an International curriculum (IB DP). We provide our students with a stimulating environment and enriched curriculum to promote curiosity, free-thinking, discussing, debating, and executing ideas with respect for diversity. Our pedagogy aims at providing comprehensive and credible feedback and learning opportunities not only on academics and scholastic development but, also encompasses qualitative judgment of attitudes, interests, and ability to work independently. Students’ progress into a seamless transition from interdisciplinary to multidisciplinary learning. This linear movement is evident and assessed through various activities like individual and subject-specific projects, lab work, exhibitions, and research work.

Wide and Balanced academic choices

The Gaudium follows a balanced approach, offering students access to a broad range of content that spans academic subjects for fostering competencies in students, in seven major learning areas, namely Languages, Humanities, Mathematics, Sciences, Commerce, Computer sciences, and Skill-based electives.

We offer the following choices of curriculum

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) – The Gaudium offers 21 academic and skill-based subjects from varied streams (Science, Commerce and Humanities) giving students the freedom to choose any combination of subjects.

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International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) – The Diploma Programme offers 6 subject groups comprising Science, Commerce and Humanities streams along with the core elements of TOK, CAS and EE.

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Some of the salient features of the High School:

This approach is showcased through model displays in Academic Fair, planning and execution of Community Service projects in CBSE. In IBDP, it is practiced by solution focused thinking, divergent and convergent thinking, empathising and ideation.

ATL and subject specific skills are learnt and displayed through Art integrated and General studies projects with the use of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, lab activities etc in CBSE, through TOK Exhibition, Micro blogging, podcast and digital stories, Reflective essays, Theatre presentations, Subject specific projects etc in IB DP.

At The Gaudium, we integrate life-skills through CAS activities for the students of Diploma Programme and are incorporated through Work Experience subject in CBSE.