Learning At EIS

At EIS, every young learner is a winner. We are focussed on enabling growth for all our learners. To achieve this, we have developed a specialized Diagnosis Test; which is not a typical entrance exam, but is a mechanism through which a learner’s current academic standing is analyzed.

For the analysis, we have set four parameters in the form of colour codes viz. Yellow, Orange, Green, and Pink

Here, students scoring less than 50% marks are encouraged to take up a retest (second diagnosis) after being subject to thorough revision and support by the respective subject faculty.

This is done through personalized mentoring, and to ensure that the student scales up to the Orange band in the next round of diagnosis.

Here, our key focus is to ensure that students scale up one step at a time and gradually get to the Pink band where they are in a position to excel in their Academics.

Diagnostic Parameters

Upon diagnosis of a learner, we place them in these bands on the results of their performance in the test:


At Emerald International School, we have designed and developed a challenging curriculum to create an unmatched depth in learning; whilst preparing students for various board examinations such as Central Board of Secondary Education (Secondary and Sr. Secondary), and Cambridge Assessments (IGCSE and A Levels).
Our integrated programme is also designed to provide seamless preparation for undergraduate courses in India for National Testing Service (NTS testing) such as JEE, NEET, CLAT, NATA; along with preparation for various qualifying examinations of foreign universities such as AP, SAT, UCLAT, and more.

Academic Structure At EIS

EIS Core Programme

Emerald International School is affiliated to both the National Board – CBSE and International Board Cambridge Assessment (proposed). At the Preparatory Stage (for Grade IV and V) and Middle school, we follow an interdisciplinary approach where students learn the national curriculum in depth and seamlessly progress towards the international curriculum; thereby deriving the best of learning from both worlds.

During the onset of Secondary Schooling (Grade IX), students make an informed choice between CBSE and Cambridge assessment through multiple expert consultations and counseling for their board of education at both secondary and Sr. Secondary levels.

Integration of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTs)

At EIS, the curriculum offers continuous and constructive challenges for students from a young age to test the tenacity of their cognitive ability. Every student at EIS prepares themselves for application, analysis, judgment and evaluation.

Opening the horizon of this unmatched dimension of learning makes an Emeraldian stand apart. At this juncture, our specialized Individual Progress Plan (IPP) is a benchmark programme to support the uniqueness of every child.

Individual Progression Plan (IPP)

Continued improvement of learning excellence is very individualistic and an inward process at EIS. Students take their holistic and individual learning to the next level by engaging and reflecting upon their learning through a specialized guiding process with teachers/mentors. This is a cycle of four weeks of action and support with clear, measurable and achievable individual goals. Our students also practice the art of ‘KAIZEN’, for continued improvement and thereby making it a habit for life.

School of Common Sciences for Talent Enrichment

School of Common Sciences, at EIS, is established to offer learners the freedom and privilege to explore the multiverse of Common Science and Common Sense Life Skills.

We are in the process of setting up an elaborated makerspace for Engineering, Biology, and Organic Farming.

At the SCS, we foster Art Forms, Sustainability and Mindful Consumerism to open up learners to a world of unique engagement coupled with street smartness.

Every student at EIS spends about 150 hours in an academic year exploring the possibilities at the SCS.

Students have more than 20 Co-Curricular Options, including:

  • Diplomacy & Leadership
  • Wealth Creation & Investment
  • Applied Robotics
  • Art Portfolio
  • Survival Skills
  • Business Entrepreneurship
  • Biotechnology
  • Fashion & Textile Design
  • Family Business
  • Culinary Lab
  • School Band
  • Performing Arts Creative Technology & Engineering at the School of Common Sciences.
Pathway Programme For Best Universities

The EIS Pathway Programme lets learners explore the best universities of the world; whilst also enabling them to prepare for the entrance tests of these universities.

Through the EIS Pathways programme, we mentor students through extensive preparation for students from a young age. However, students of Grade 9 to 12 finishing school are given extra support and assistance to crack competitive national level entrance exams viz. JEE, NEET, CLAT, NATA, IP-MAT, UPSC- NDA; and international level exams like SAT, UKCAT, IELTS, and more.

Life Of EIS Student

Life in a boarding school exposes students to an all new world. Here, students are introduced to myriads of academic, co curricular, sports, life skills lessons and enriching experiences.

Being in a boarding school, students take up the responsibility for themselves and develop more confidence and interpersonal skills as they meet and interact with a wider spectrum of classmates and teaching and non-teaching faculties.

Staying in a boarding saves time, especially that required for daily commuting to school. At boarding, students can utilize this time to study, join sports, learn music or join a hobby club.

Living on campus develops and nurtures the life traits of perseverance, independence, team building, self-reliance.

While staying on campus students learn better organization, cooperation, communication and working under guided routines.

A typical day in the life of a student at EIS:

Time Table Routine Followed By Students
5:30 AM TO 7:00 AM Students wake up and prepare to participate in Yoga sessions/Jogging/Walking/Other Physical Activities
7.00 AM TO 7:45 AM Students are ready for classes.
7:45 AM TO 8:15 AM Students have breakfast at the cafeteria.
8:15 AM to 8:35 AM Students attend the morning assembly in the Amphitheatre
8:40 AM to 3:35 PM Students are engrossed in regular classes.
3:35 PM to 4:20 PM Students are engaged in preparing for various Olympiads/take up extra preparation.
4:20 PM to 4:45 PM Evening snack time for students.
4:45 PM to 5:45 PM Students engage themselves with various sports activities.
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Students are engrossed in Evening Prep sessions.
8:00 PM to 8:30 PM Dinner time for students.
8:45 PM to 10:30 PM Students of secondary and senior secondary grades are engrossed in Night prep sessions.
10:45 PM Roll Call and Lights Out.
On Saturdays and Sundays, students are encouraged to explore recreation activities such as Jogging/Walking, Swimming, Sports, Music, Art Lessons, Farming, Adventure, Trekking, Cooking by the lakeside; and even watching a movie in the evening.


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Academic Support

EIS takes pride in its dedication to meeting all students' learning needs, irrespective of these requirements being to help students for academic success or preparing them to complete additional challenges.

At EIS, every student works closely with their expert Academic Coach to ensure creation of a monthly action plan and set goals for academic improvement. We also take great pride in watching our students flourish at EIS and realize their academic goals; after having been nurtured to reach their full potential at a learning environment crafted specifically to their individual talents.

The Academic Coaching Program, at EIS, was set up to help students facing trouble being as productive as they could be during evening study hours. Students in the Academic Coaching Program study in classrooms with the help of an Academic Learning Coach in the evening prep hours. The Academic Coach is a person who is very dedicated to getting to understand individual students’ learning needs.

He or she is in charge of keeping an eye on each student's log, helping them organize their time and materials while they study, changing their focus when they need to, and teaching them general study skills. Mostly, an Academic Coach works with no more than five students in a single classroom.

This study arrangement has improved learning for students requiring additional support.. Participating students testify to the fact of being able to manage their workload through close association with an expert Academic Coach.

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