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Curriculum

 

The School follows a curriculum, which is in accordance with the specifications of the Board of examinations, Government of Kerala. It aims at the attainment of the highest order of academic excellence. The traditional educational system, where the learning experiences were imposed involuntarily and structured and where the pupil was a captive audience rather than a major actor, is happily being replaced by a new era of child - centered education. Thus, in the SJHSS, the curriculum has been so framed that the individual child is the core of the whole programme. An atmosphere of relaxed easy human relationship between the children and the teachers pervades the classroom. The school is recognized by the Government of Kerala.

Streams Offered

Science:

    Group I

    English, Second Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

    Group II

    English, Second Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science

Commerce:

    English, Second Language, Economics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Computer Application

Humanities

    English ,Second Language, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology

SJHSS Curriculum is built around developing students' critical and creative thinking skills, as well as essential academic success skills, so that students are well prepared for a lifetime of learning.

Academic life at SJHSS is uniquely stimulating and the key reason that most families choose the school. We aim to instil in each student an excitement about learning for its own sake and a love of scholarship which will serve them throughout life. While success in examinations is important, at SJHSS  education goes far beyond this and at every stage, students  are encouraged to pursue intellectual, creative and cultural interests beyond the formal curriculum.

The curriculum is designed to ensure all round development of each student. A child friendly approach is adopted that promotes structured play, practical application of knowledge and skills which stresses the importance of experimenting and experiencing. Throughout the curriculum, students are presented with a balanced range of knowledge domains drawing on content from educational cultures across the world.