Computers and the internet are now a way of life and imperative in today’s world where digital literacy is growing by the day. Keeping our students abreast of the latest developments in this field is our Computer Centre to assist students’ curricular as well as cocurricular activities. Available for both curricular and cocurricular activities, the internet while freely available is closely monitored.

Reaping the benefits of technology, we lay particular emphasis on the intelligent and exhaustive use of IT in education. Our High School students as well as teachers have started using Google Classroom, an interactive net-based app that helps teachers and students connect the class, track progress and achieve more together.

This blended learning platform for schools expands the scope of teaching by including web-based material,  class discussions on the net that often lead to both clarifications and interest in topics, and the creation, distribution and gradation of assignments in a paperless way.

Recognising the numerous advantages it offers, apart from being a separate academic course, IT is widely deployed across the board and integrated in the teaching of many subjects.

Computing is also offered as an academic subject at both IGCSE and A Levels.