Pre-Primary (LKG & UKG)
The Pre-Primary School Program at HGS comprises of Lower and Upper Kindergarten (LKG and UKG). Early childhood education serves as the foundation for all future learning. It is the period of learning to learn. Our curriculum focuses on the developmental milestones in the areas of cognitive, linguistic, creative, social and physical development. This learning design leads a child to inquire and seek answers or to find answers on her own. This approach goes a long way towards shaping a wholesome and healthy personality and gets the child prepared for the primary program.
Primary (I - V)
Learning happens best when it is connected to the real world we live in. The main objective at this stage is to prepare the learner's foundation and making the child ready to take on the responsibility of being an active participant in the learning process. The Primary School Program focuses on the child's unique potential both inside and outside the classroom.
MIDDLE (VI - VIII)
At this age, children are in a stage of intellectual and social development and they begin to connect themselves with the community in a larger sense. To cater to the needs of this age group, an integrated package of teaching, learning and assessment is delivered. Students are directed towards independent learning and are guided to take on more responsibility. The main objective of this stage is to help the children make connections between the meaningful experiences in life and the courses of study.
SECONDARY (IX - X)
Now the stage is set for shaping the future based on subject preferences and skills gained. During this stage, the main objective is to hone the knowledge and skills gained at the Middle school.
SENIOR SECONDARY (XI - XI)
The Higher Secondary School offers students the opportunity to tailor their studies according to their individual interests, abilities and future plans within the national curriculum framework. The students are guided to choose subjects based on their interests and future plans, be it Commerce, Sciences, Arts, with the respective elective subjects of their stream.