Secondary School Programme

The Secondary school carries forward the experiential learning process initiated by the Primary Years Programme. The programme builds on the knowledge and skills the students are exposed to during their primary education through meaningful projects, field trips, local and global interactions and other engaging initiatives which can be suggested both by the teachers as well as the students. Students work in an open and receptive environment to ideate and express opinions without biases. Initiatives to innovate, create or invent are incentivized with applause and appreciation and failure is not a taboo, rather it is looked at and reinforced as a path to improvement.

The Secondary school experience is dotted with multiple learning milestones. Students work individually as well as in groups to design and complete projects in different subjects. They learn a foreign language of their choice and are exposed to another country and its culture. They are orientated to develop an international mindset and a globally applicable skill set. We at Prometheus believe that as members of the world community, compassion and empathy are vital traits. We inculcate the same through our community outreach programmes. As a part of this programme, the students engage with underprivileged children or marginalised communities to improve their quality of life and contribute to their overall well-being in a myriad ways.

Through Secondary schooling, the children not only get involved with the world around them but also follow their passion to work on and develop an area of interest which culminates into a project or a profession later in life.

Other than the academics students take part in additional activities and enrichment programs to help them acquire the skills needs to be an active and engaged global citizen.

International Global Citizenship Awards (IGCA):

 We are amongst very few schools to offer students the opportunity of working with IGCA, where students get a chance to work with different communities to acquire intercultural understanding and international mindedness. Student begin to show compassion and they commit themselves to creating a more equitable world. Students connect across borders to figure out and accept the diversity in terms of culture, background, outlook, economy, language etc and develop the understanding on how they are interconnected and affect each other through Global Footprints. This, in a bigger view, can make the world a better place to live for everyone and give students the confidence and sense of achievement that their actions matter.