The school aims to provide an environment where the race, language, culture, religion and socio-economic circumstances of each student do not act as barriers to progress, including access to any resources in all aspects of school life.
The school is committed to ensure during its admission process that no form of discrimination is practiced against any applicant. Any student admitted to the school will have full access to all official school programs.
For purposes of this policy, the official school program shall include all academic, sporting, cultural, service and social activities offered by the school.
In its language policy, the school’s governing body has determined that the language of learning and teaching will be English, where all learning and teaching at the school will generally take place in the English language, with exception of Hindi and foreign languages.
Learning and teaching in a specific language may take place in a regional language and English, only if necessary, to ensure the curriculum is covered adequately. Each applicant must indicate on the prescribed admission application form their native language, to assist the school in understanding language preferences of all students admitted to the school.
|Seedlings||2 ½ yrs|
|Buds||3 ½ yrs|
|Blossoms||4 ½ yrs|
|Grade-I||5 ½ yrs|
|Grade-II||6 ½ yrs|
|Grade-III||7 ½ yrs|
|Grade-IV||8 ½ yrs|
|Grade-V||9 ½ yrs|
|Grade-VI||10 ½ yrs|
|Grade-VII||11 ½ yrs|
|Grade-VIII||12 ½ yrs|
|Grade-IX||13 ½ yrs|
A prospective Bodhi student, having paid the applicable initial fee, is required to attempt a General Aptitude Assessment (GAA1) in English, Mathematics, Science and Hindi till grade 8. Candidates achieving a minimum score of 60% on GAA1 will be admitted to the next process. In some special cases, they would be allowed second assessment, GAA2 at a mutually agreed later date, as further assessment opportunity, amounting to two attempts in all.
Young children upto grade 2 will not be formally assessed and will be required to meet the Principal.
If a student’s education before admission precludes him from achieving threshold levels at GAA1, he may be assessed verbally upto grade 9, to ascertain his ability, aptitude and attitude.
After GAA, admission will be based on assessment of the following:
Application for admission to the school must be made in writing and submitted by hand. The following documents must be submitted by the closing date: