9th Std. to 12th Std.
Schools play an essential role in shaping the future of the students. Schools offer the students a high-quality education and also a flexible curriculum. Thus, it helps in improving the students’ cognitive ability. Many schools have gone beyond the traditional method of learning and brought up new concepts.
Our Hindavi Public School also has a Motto – ‘’ We Re-define Education with Culture .’’ Our school is one of the best state board English Medium Schools in Satara. The establishment year of our school is 16th June 2003.
The National Education Policy ( NEP 2020 ) was approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29th July 2020. According to this new National Education Policy …… that is the ( 5+3+3+4 ) structure of school. This changed structure of education is best and appreciable.
Each stage plays an essential role in students’ life.
This stage (14-16) is a stage of preparation for livelihood and higher education, here we work on subject depth, critical thinking, and attention to life aspirations with flexibility for students’ choice.
Here Hindavi Public School focuses on the holistic development of every child and also, we focus on more experiential learning and problem-solving skills.
As here children are adolescents they are undergoing physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and moral changes and they need a lot of moral support in all aspects. So, Hindavi provides support to students in…
- Confidence building
- Sports and extracurricular activities
- Career exploration
- And psychological support
Along with this, core academic subjects for secondary school we teach English, Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit, Maths, Science, Social Studies, and other subjects like drawing, computer, physical Training, and Vedic Maths.
Their intellectual passion is ignited by faculty with content expertise, Techno savvy, and a determination to nurture each child’s growth. Our rigorous curriculum continuously challenges students to think critically and solve problems. Course work also emphasizes an ethic of empathy and social responsibility. Students continuously draw connections between what they learn.
Hindavi students receive an excellent education in traditional core subjects: Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Science, Social studies, and Languages. In every discipline, the curriculum teaches communication skills, cultural competency, and analysis of local, regional and global issues. Athletics and the arts are central pursuits, challenging students to become creative problem-solvers and confident leaders. Top-notch facilities further enhance students’ experience. No matter what careers students ultimately pursue, they graduate prepared to use their talents to the fullest to improve their world.
we help students learn a new language and fall in love with it for life. In Upper School, language skills are complemented by opportunities to travel and connect with other cultures.
We recognize that some students arrive already fluent in another language, and we make every effort to differentiate instruction for these students.
Advanced study ensures that Upper School students graduate with high language proficiency and appropriate intercultural communication skills.
Science and Technology
Upper School students complete traditional college preparatory courses – biology, chemistry, and physics. Academic rigor is balanced by a spirit of wonder, inquiry, and creativity. Students might build complex mechanical devices, such as turntables based on the principles of electricity and magnetism. They might spend an evening outside studying the stars. Whatever exploration they engage in, students retain their passion for scientific understanding. All students complete departmental requirements to graduate: an introductory biology course in grade nine and at least one semester apiece of chemistry and physics (grades ten through twelve). Through upper-level electives, students can explore subjects ranging from genetics to environmental science to scientific writing.
Mathematics study at Hindavi is both challenging and fun. Students learn to use math as a tool for solving problems by thinking conceptually. Instruction goes far beyond dry formulas, analyzing why a result is true or a particular strategy works. Throughout the divisions, courses emphasize the same key elements.
Although Upper School students are required to complete four semesters of math, most opt to take math every semester, choosing appropriate courses for their goals. After completing Algebra II and Geometry (or their equivalents), students choose courses based on whether their primary interests lie in humanities and social sciences or in applied sciences and pure mathematics. Students choose among various Advanced Placement and post-Advanced Placement courses, such as AP Statistics, and are encouraged to take math electives covering topics such as number theory, logic, research in mathematics, and software design. They continue to draw connections between mathematical concepts and the world around them – for example, studying independent and dependent variables by working with a partner to construct a game based on compound events. Students become independent and persistent mathematical thinkers who derive satisfaction from solving challenging mathematics problems.
Our Upper School social studies curriculum continues the broad objectives set forth in earlier grades. It helps students become global citizens who think critically and act with a sense of social responsibility.
All students take World Cultures. These electives, covering topics ranging from constitutional studies to comparative religion, deepen students’ understanding of the world in which we live and how they can make a difference. Course activities and projects vary greatly.
At Hindavi, physical education isn’t just about improving health or building up athletic skills. Yes, students learn how to lead healthy, physically active lives – but in the process, they also develop valuable cognitive, emotional, and social skills. Physical education builds character, self-discipline, and decision-making capabilities.
Our mission is to create an atmosphere that is dynamic, but also safe and supportive. Every student is appropriately challenged and taught the skills he or she needs to succeed. Physical Education at the Lower and Middle School levels teaches students the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, self-expression, and social collaboration. In addition, Physical education provides students with the knowledge, concepts, and principles to lead and maintain a healthy lifestyle long beyond their years.
There are some Co-curricular activities in Hindavi –
- Co-curricular Activities –
Every activity in school life plays a significant role and the development of students. Co-curricular activities are an essential part of school life and help in enhancing the learning process of students in school. All we know as extracurricular activities are the components of a non-academic curriculum which has to develop various passages of personality development of the students. These are a very important part of education institutions. To develop students’ personalities as well as strengthen classroom learning.
Some of the Indoor Co-curricular Activities are –
- Music, Story, and Essay writing competitions
- Arts, Drama and Roleplay
- Abacus, Debate and Discussion, Chess, etc. It also includes all of the cultural programs.
Some outdoor Co-curricular Activities are –
- Yoga, Athletics, Mass parade.
- Boxing, Taekwondo, Mallakhamb, Rope Mallakhamb, and all other Sports Activity
- Bharatnatyam, Western dance
Benefits of Co-curricular Activities –
1) Personality Development –
They sharpen their communication skills, expression skills, and Public speech.
2) Physical and Mental Health –
These activities are beneficial for students’ Physical fitness, as well as Mental health, and they, are a relief for academic stress.