Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

Admissions Open

for the Academic Year 2019-20

XI Class (Science Stream, Commerce Stream)

Overview

Kennedy High the global school is a learning and teaching school with a difference which is now known as a Centre with high expectations, standards and achievements, made its own niche proving its educational prowess making it one of the most preferred international schools offering a choice between Indian and international curricula.

The CBSE curriculum is aimed at having a strong learning system focused on our students, where efforts, work and endeavors of our committed and caring professionals revolve around the achievement of each student’s potential academically, socially, physically and emotionally. The CBSE curriculum is taught from classes I to XII thereby ensuring that the young minds are trained to perform their best in every field of life and emerge out as successful citizens of the world. Commerce stream is introduced from the academic year 2019-2020 along with the existing science stream.

Curriculum

Academic Calendar
Session and Timing
The academic session is from mid March to February. School timing is from 8 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.

Subjects Taught

Primary (I and II)

  • English
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Information Technology
  • General Knowledge

Primary (III to V)

  • English
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Social Science
  • Science
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Information Technology
  • General Knowledge

Middle School
( VI to VIII)

  • English
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Social Science
  • Science
  • Hindi
  • Telugu
  • Information Technology
  • General Knowledge

Secondary
(IX and X)

  • English
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Social Science
  • Science
  • Hindi
  • Telugu / Sanskrit / French
  • Information Technology

Senior Secondary
( XI and XII)

  • Science Stream
    • Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics , English, Informatics Practices/ Physical Education
    • Biology, Physics, Chemistry, English, Informatics Practices/ Physical Education
  • Commerce Stream
    • Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, English, Informatics Practices/ Physical Education / Mathematics
Teacher-Student Ratio – 1:18
Digitally Equipped Classrooms from Grade III to XII
Special Educators, Counsellors, Soft Skills trainers in addition to well qualified teachers and Physical Education Coaches.

Co-Curricular Arena

NIIT- nguru Math lab with seating capacity of 45 students

It is an irrefutable fact that Mathematics plays a vital role in everyday life. At Kennedy, we have collaborated with NIIT to set up a state of-the-art 45-seater NIIT nguru Math Lab. This facility integrates the elements of traditional teaching with the 21st century interactive methods. The nguru lab is a truly innovative concept and provides an add-on to the classroom teaching. This facility was inaugurated by Chess Master / Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand on 19 December 2014.

Robotics

In order to proof that 21st century learning skills are imbibed in our students, a year-long in-school Robotics programme has been introduced in CBSE. To succeed in this new information-base and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at different levels. Building a robot involves inference drawing, model construction, testing and controlling a robot calls for the ability to give precise inputs.

When done in a team, robotics calls for collaboration and communication for the project to work. This teaches students valuable life skills in teamwork, communication and even community participation. The rationale for inclusion of robotics in education is thus a well- founded one and stands on solid ground.

Many popular tool kits like LEGO, littleBits, Arduino, Scratch Programming, 3D Design and Printing etc., are made available for the students under a single roof for activity-based learning which are highly interactive, educative and informative. Keeping this in mind, robotics classes have been introduced for the ‘ I ’ sections of classes VI to VIII.

External contests and competitions

Aptitude Based Contests

Unified Cyber Olympiad (UCO)
International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO)
International English Olympiad (IEO)
National Science Olympiad (NSO)
National Level Science Talent Search Examination (NSTSE)
Finance Olympiad
The Hindu STEP Olympiad

Higher Level Contests

International Model United Nation
National Level Handwriting
National Level Science Exhibition
TCS ion National level Financial Literacy
HDFC Ergo Life insurance National level Quiz
State level Sakshi TV Spell Bee and Math Bee Contest
Super School League Quiz by Times Of India

Skill-Building Contests

Spell Bee Championship
Vocabulary Bee Championship
Handwriting
Drawing
Painting
Group Activities—Poster and Collage Making
Essay writing
Quizzes

Celebrations and Events

Workshops and Seminars

Students’ Workshop

CBSE career building programs for teachers

Students’ Awareness Programs

Fire Safety Week

Cyber Security and Safety

Vigilance Awareness Week

Knowledge Enhancement Resources

The Hindu newspaper

The students of classes VI to X read The Hindu newspaper enhance their general knowledge on current affairs. They participate in various competitions like Art, article writing etc.

The Hindu – Young World Magazine

The Young World magazine subscription is for the students of classes III to V. It helps them to enhance their reading skills and vocabulary.

Pinnacle Student Magazine

The Pinnacle Magazine subscription is for the students of classes I and II. The main purpose is to develop interest in reading and build inquisitiveness among the blooming buds.