Smaller Classrooms - So every student gets individual attention. This makes it easier for teachers to spend more time with each student and identify their strengths and weaknesses which eventually helps bridge gaps in understanding concepts within the classroom itself.
Stanford Achievement Test (SAT 10) - Used to measure the academic strength, weakness and knowledge of elementary and secondary school students by constantly monitoring the progress of work, so that help can be Offering based on each student’s needs. It also helps teachers identify and help children who are at risk of being left behind. Parents also have access to the data and understand what their children know and can do and how they can help.
Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) - A vocational training programme that helps students identify their skills, knowledge and understanding, thus encouraging learners to develop greater confidence in their studies, recognise their true aptitude and gain a better sense of direction for their future careers.
National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) - A national level scholarship programme that helps identify and nurture talented students and encourages a healthy sense of competition.
Olympiads - An academic world championship for high school students. Students have to qualify at city, regional and national levels to be able to compete at the international level. Held annually in a different country, the Olympiads cover over 100 countries from 5 continents and is a great way to push students to learn Math and Science more thoroughly.