St. Paul’s has curriculum which helps the child to
develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. It
follows the curriculum and guidelines prescribed by the
Central Board of Secondary Education. Being an
affiliated school .
CLASSES AND CURRICULUM IS DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS:-
The Kinder Garden Program - Pre-Nursery, K.G –I &
The Primary Program –Grade from 1 to 5
The Middle School Program- Grade 6 and 7
The Secondary Program- Grade 8, 9 and 10.
KINDER GARDEN PROGRAM
Kinder Program develops Scientific, Natural , Physical
Emotional and Intellectual growth of the kids from 3
years 10 months to 6 years.
It has Pre-Nursery, Kinder Garden I and Kinder Garden 2.
THE PRIMARY SCHOOL
St. Paul’s cultivates worthwhile habits, persistence,
independence ,time management and an appreciation of the
learning itself. Primary school we introduce the
progressively into the world of integrated Knowledge by
straightening their aptitude in the subjects like
English, Mathematics, General Science, Social Science
Students from grade 5th to 7th are taught English,
Kannada/Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Social
Science and Computers. Middle School in a critical
period in education as the life really come alive with
the vivacious, confused, boisterous and intelligent
group of students stepping into middle school.( Middle
School, a critical period in education comes alive with
the vivacious, interesting and spontaneous flow of
learning to the intelligent group of students stepping
into middle school)
Students are trained to prepare for the tests and exams.
They are prepared to handle the semester syllabus and
face the examination with confidence.
THE SECONDARY SCHOOL
Grade 8, 9 & 10th students are taught the subjects which
includes English, Science, Social Science, Maths,
Hindi/Kannada, Computers, life skill, Physical training
and leadership quality.
Students are trained to become increasingly independent
learners with an interest in setting personal academic
goals. They are guided to be self disciplined and
confident to handle more advanced tasks and when they
face their 1st significant board examination. These
students run their race with high spirit and