Cambridge Upper Secondary is typically for learners aged 14 to 16 years which builds on the foundation of the Cambridge Lower Secondary.
Cambridge IGCSE provides a broad and balanced study across a plethora of subjects, using learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to teaching and learning.
Cambridge International Certificate in Education (ICE) is awarded to candidates who pass in at least seven Cambridge IGCSE subjects, including two from Group 1 and one from each of Groups 2 to 5. The seventh subject may be chosen from any of the syllabus Groups 2 to 5.
Students must have minimum of 6 subjects (Excluding Drama, Physical Education & Global Perspectives) to apply to colleges in India. The subject(s) will be offered only if there are a minimum of 10 takers. The school may use its discretion to change / drop a subject.

For Learners
Aged 14 to 16

GROUP 1-A – Languages
(1st, 2nd & Foreign)

• First Language English
• English as a Second Language

GROUP 1-B – Languages
(1st, 2nd & Foreign)

• Hindi as a Second Language OR
• Foreign Language French OR
• Foreign Language Spanish
GROUP 2 – (Humanities &
Social Sciences)
• Literature in English
• Economics
• Environmental Management #
• History
• Geography
• Cambridge Global Perspectives (as the 7th subject) # *
GROUP 3 – (Sciences)
• Biology
• Physics
• Chemistry
• Environmental Management #

GROUP 4 – (Mathematics)

• Mathematics – International (Compulsory)
• Mathematics – Additional (This is a performance based selection)
GROUP 5 – (Creative & Professional)
• Art & Design
• Business Studies
• Accounting
• Cambridge Global Perspectives (as the 7th subject) # *
• Computer Science
• Information & Communication Technology
• Physical Education (as the 7th subject) *
• Music
• Drama (as the 7th subject) *
Environmental Management can be counted as either a Group 2 or a Group 3 subject and Cambridge Global Perspectives (as a seventh subject) can be counted as either Group 2 or Group 5 but not both.
Kindly note that these subjects are not currently recognized by the Indian Universities.