Students of grade 6 to 8 will undertake study of all the 8 subject groups listed below.
One interdisciplinary unit will be completed every year in all grade levels. Service as action projects will come from units. We also offer Information Literacy, Music and Dance.
Based on student’s aptitude, interest and career goals, students pick at least one subject from each of the subject groups – Language and Literature, Language Acquisition, Individuals and Societies, Sciences and Mathematics. Students are also expected to pick at least one subject from Arts, Physical & Health Education and Design. One interdisciplinary unit will be completed every year in all grade levels. Students are guided in the subject selections by teachers and the college counsellor.
Service as action projects will be done as a part of units. Students will complete a Personal project in grade 10. We also offer Information Literacy, Kannada, Music and Dance.
Personal Project: Students explore an area that motivates and interests them. Students set their own goal and choose how to achieve it. Students create their own articulation of what success will look like. Students demonstrate and develop ATL skills. Students reflect on the impact that the personal project has had on themselves and/or their community.
All MYP students in schools in the fifth year of the programme demonstrate consolidation of their learning through completion of a personal project. Students are expected to spend a minimum of 25 hours on their personal project and document their process. Students will submit a report for personal project in the form of written or combination of written and spoken.
The MYP certificate is the highest standard of achievement in the MYP and results in official recognition and IB-validated grades. The MYP certificate requires participation in the final year of the programme, with recommended participation for two years, and successful results from:
In addition, in order to obtain the MYP certificate, students must meet the school’s expectations for community service.
MYP course results:
For MYP year 5 students who do not seek, or who do not succeed in attaining the MYP certificate, MYP course results will report their achievements in the programme.