Shaping the live of those who will shape the nation

We maintain a teacher/student ratio of 1:35*, which ensures individual attention and a quality learning experience for our students. Further, the structured Sports and Performing Arts curriculum aims to expand the possibilities of learning beyond the classroom.

At Surya, academic success is balanced by the our emphasis on personal growth and development. Students are encouraged to discover their individual interests and abilities.

Stay Positive, work hard, Make it happen.

Secondary education is very crucial for children, as they tend to explore career options according to their skills and passion. They understand the importance of choosing a correct career option and need proper guidance to understand what best they can do to be future-ready. Here faculty and facilities play an important role to follow their passion.

In this phase, students mostly deal with confidence issues therefore, an appropriate environment is mandatory to deal with such issues. School activities play an important part to build confidence and strengthen the personality of a child.


In Secondary school, students get to know the subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer science, and Environmental science in detail. Moreover, in these classes; they get the option to choose the language according to their interests.

In higher classes children get exposure to different labs such as apart from science labs they learn the subject through math Labs, (Information and Communication Technology) ICT Labs, Wherein, they can improve communication and stage presentation skills.

At Surya, we conduct many interactive sessions, debate competitions, learning through projects, and formative and summative assessments to get a better understanding of how our children are learning and improving. But in these assessments, formative assessments are conducted to assess the subject knowledge of a student and may include both standard assessments and informal tests gives the teacher a better understanding of what pattern does children enjoy to learn which helps them to teach subjects accordingly.

But Summative assessments are formal and standardized assessments where students are assessed after a particular term such as quarterly, half-yearly, and final assessments or yearly exams. It is a cumulative assessment post where a unit of chapters are completed and grades and progress cards are allotted according to marks secured.

At Surya, we follow the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum and guidelines for assessments and prepare our students for CBSE examinations. The Subjects include Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Computer science along with languages like English, Hindi, Telugu.

Apart from the languages and subjects students also learn Music, Dance, Art & Craft, and sports. Our school has well equipped library, ICT labs, English Lab, Physics and Bio labs to develop their skills of reading, experimenting, improving communication and leadership skills.

Our School conducts ‘Remedial Classes’ for the students with different learning abilities.

To summarize the education system at Surya we follow:

  • Value-based education
  • Integrated curriculum
  • Technology aided teaching

Whereas, summative assessments are conducted after a particular unit of work is completed. The best example is midterm exams that are formal and structured which shows a thorough understanding of the subject knowledge. Summative assessments are based on written tests, unlike Formative assessments. Post assessments student's performance is calculated according to the grades they get, which shows the learning curve of a student.


In secondary school, along with the skill, there will be a slow transition into subject based content where the seriousness of assessment and authenticity of student performance is given much importance. Here    we will be having three periodic tests and two term exams as per the Board pattern strictly. Also, the formal feedback method adapted to have a transparency amongst the stake holders in order to work upon the areas of  improvement collaboratively for the benefit of the student.