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The Atharva Academy Secondary Programme enables all students to reach for and fulfill their highest academic potential, as well as optimal spiritual, social, moral, cultural, physical and creative development. The aim of the Atharva curriculum is to ensure that all students are afforded opportunities to become successful learners, confident individuals, responsible global citizens, and caring contributors.

Our Curriculum is grounded in the Indian Philosophy & Objectives, and is based on the frameworks of the National Curriculum in England (Years 1–9), the International General Certificate of International Education Programme (Years 10–11), and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (Years 12–13). Our curriculum uniquely defines the rigorous and essential skills, knowledge, concepts, values, and enduring understandings that enable our students to achieve academic and personal success at university and beyond.

Incorporating both Western and Eastern cultures, students experience a truly international, multicultural and bilingual learning environment at Atharva Academy, where linguistic skills in both English and Hindi are equally sharpened, as well as a deep understanding of and respect for cultural diversity and global awareness.

  • Lower Secondary: Years 7–9
    Students in Lower Secondary participate in rich learning experiences that provide breadth and depth across a wide variety of subjects, thus enabling students to explore their interests as well as new endeavors, while also experiencing academic rigor in core subjects. The curriculum is based on Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum in India.
  • Upper Secondary: Years 10–13
    Years 10–11: Students engage in the International Secondary Education  programme, internationally recognized as providing an external qualification that shapes problem-solving and investigative skills, and builds independent and collaborative work habits.

    Years 12–13: Students enroll in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), and globally recognised for its rigorous and international preparation for competitive admission to the world’s leading universities.

The Atharva Academy  Secondary Programme encompasses competencies and co-curricular activities that provide numerous enrichment opportunities that are beyond the classroom, to include creative and critical thinking activities, the Atharva Academy Seeds of Hope charity, communication and technology programmes, World Classroom trips, research and problem solving clubs, sport and athletic competitions, Experiencing India excursions, applied arts exhibitions, and music and drama performances.

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