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High School Program
(Grades 9 to 12)

DLRC offers a Liberal Arts High School Program where the students are encouraged to pick subjects across disciplines. The High School program is an educational experience that combines academic excellence, personal development (Life Skills) and skill building experiences.


The primary aims of the Program are to inculcate responsibility towards society, increase student self-confidence and impart life skills. We consider ourselves a community of co-learners and bring this evolving and immersive approach to our sessions.


Some highlights of our pedagogy are:

  • Facilitation of learning rather than teaching 

  • Inquiry and discussion-based sessions 

  • Student-centric and interactive learning 

  • Student co-facilitation & peer-learning 

  • Regular assessment with constructive feedback

  • Dedicated Homerooms for guidance and support 

  • Mixed Grade Social Impact Projects under a mentor 

  • Life Enrichment Sessions

  • Higher Learning Dialogue & Internships 


Grades 11 and 12:

A 2-year Cambridge AS/A Level program with flexibility to choose subjects across streams (5 subjects): 

Compulsory: General English or English Language 

Optional: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Hindi, History, Psychology, Sociology, Geography, Accounting, Business, Economics, Design & Technology, Computer Science  

Grades 9 and 10:

A 2-year Cambridge IGCSE program with flexibility to choose subjects across streams (5 subjects): 

Compulsory: English, Geography 

Optional: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, History, Hindi, Travel & Tourism, Computer Science

Students are not expected to declare their Advance Level subjects until the

end of Grade 11. This is to ensure that they get plenty of time to try out

various possibilities, to pursue extra-curricular and co-curricular interests, to

discover new passions, and perhaps to change the trajectory of their lives.

The Program expects the students to take responsibility for their learning.

The Facilitators act as guides and co-learners, creating opportunities for

students to broaden their learning beyond the books and the Syllabus.

Get to know more about the Highschool Program!

Join one of our High School Admissions Information Sessions in February!


online sessions : 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th Feb, Thurs, 4 pm - 5 pm

on-campus sessions : 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th Feb, Sat, 4 pm - 5 pm


Fill the form to register: 


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