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HIGH SCHOOL OVERVIEW

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HIGH SCHOOL

STUDENT LIFE

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HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM

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THE OLIVE HIGH

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As children enter adolescence, they stay grounded by focusing on core values.

The Olive High School students are growing and changing physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally. They are forging an identity and beginning to wonder about their place in the world. Educators at the High School help students continue to thrive as they enter adolescence. Each year, students of a class are matched with a mother teacher who serves as the primary contact for that student and family, providing invaluable support.

 
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STUDENT LIFE AT HIGH SCHOOL

VALUES TO LIVE BY

Our program emphasizes five core values for High School students to live by:

  • Academic and personal honesty;

  • Acceptance of others;

  • Respect for peers, adults and the school facilities and environment;

  • Responsibility toward self, others, the school and the surrounding community;

  • Trust within the school community.

These values color every aspect of students' day-to-day experience: classroom learning, athletic, performing art endeavors and co-curricular clubs and activities. Not  only do students continue to set the highest standards for themselves – they also develop a greater sense of social responsibility.

GLOBAL CITIZENS & COMMUNITY LEADERS

Adolescents at The Olive High develop a deeper understanding of themselves as global citizens and community leaders, in and out of class. A seventh form student might craft well-reasoned arguments about global healthcare access for her social science subject. An eighth Form student in the environment club might take action to help make his community greener. A ninth/tenth grader might lead a team to victory on the shooting range – or in a debate tournament. Whatever path students choose, they are guided by solid core values, a strong sense of purpose and a commitment to bettering themselves and their world.

EXCELLING IN & OUT OF THE CLASSROOM

Adolescence is an exciting period for children to discover what they can achieve.

We provide numerous opportunities for students to excel as scholars, athletes and artists. At The Olive High, students are not only exposed to and prepared for the highest learning levels expected of a learner within the CBSE frame work, but also are trained to graduate with a clear sense of their personal goals and a determination to make a difference.


The Olive students delight in learning and achievement for their own sake. 

 

HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM

Instruction in core academic subjects – English language arts, mathematics, social studies and science – places ever-greater emphasis on close reading, carefully crafted writing, critical thinking, social responsibility and creative problem-solving. Language study allows for students to build upon skills in two or more languages.

A typical course of study in the core subjects includes intensive coursework in English, Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, and languages.

LANGUAGE

TOH students study English and Hindi literature during their Middle and High school classes. Special emphasis is laid on learning grammar. Besides they study another optional language under Three Language Policy of the country.

MATHEMATICS

Middle and High School mathematics syllabus comprises of general mathematics, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Math courses are designed to allow students to explore each new concept in great depth and apply their learning to real-world phenomena, helping to ensure mastery.

SCIENCE

The Olive High School students study general courses in biology, chemistry and physics in science classes. Students also have access to state-of-the-art laboratory facilities that complement the rigorous curriculum. The General Science courses develop students' passion for inquiry, experimentation and problem solving. At every level, use of the scientific method is second nature.

SOCIAL STUDIES

TOH students study world cultures and Indian history during Middle and High School as social studies subject; the study generally comprises of Civics, Economics and Geography besides History in the High School.

ARTS

A carefully planned performing Arts program ensures that all students receive instruction in visual arts while pursuing music throughout Middle School. Budding orators may begin pursuing speech and debate, and all students give a public speech in morning assemblies and act as anchors during school events.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Physical Education classes and organized Athletics foster teamwork and leadership skills as well as fitness. They are structured around four enduring understandings:

  • to appreciate movement and exercise.

  • skills needed for success in numerous physical activities.

  • to assess and improve their own physical fitness.

  • concepts and strategies to improve health and performance.