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The school is affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations which administers the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (I.C.S.E.) and the (I.S.C) bearing the number H.P - 016. This board was set up in India in 1956 to administer University of Cambridge Local Syndicate Examinations.
Shri Mataji chose this curriculum Herself because it has a high academic standard, while still being quite practical and not too methodological. The standard is higher than State Boards in India, and is at about the same level as GCSE in UK or the equivalent in other countries. Students completing Class 10 in ICSE, even if they do not sit for the exams, should be able to handle exams in their own countries with a minimum of extra coaching.
It is hoped to develop the school up to Class 12 which will require some commitment from students and parents. Class 10/12 Exams will have to be passed, which means staying in India during part of the holidays.
It is the desire of Shri Mataji and Sir CP to develop the school up to this level, so that young Sahaja Yogis can continue to be educated free of the negative influences prevalent in schools in their own countries. We would therefore encourage parents to support the idea and make the necessary commitments and sacrifices, which will certainly be matched by those of the school staff.
The school teaches all major subjects of languages, sciences, humanities and arts.
Medium of Instruction - ENGLISH
Junior School - Class 1 to 5
English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Hindi, Sahaja Yoga, Computer Science.
Senior School - Class 6 to 12
ISPS has three (3) science labs for Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
The ICT lab is at present equipped with 20 computers, all connected to the internet and networked together. There are another 6 computers that are provided to the Library and they have been connected to the network as well.
The school is at present running with eleven (11) Senior and eight Junior classrooms, apart from the science and computer labs. Most of the lower classes are divided in two, and class sizes very rarely exceed twenty.