A school curriculum is complete only when it focuses on three Hs. Head : Cognitive development, Heart : Affective development, Hands : Psychomotor development. The philosophy of JHCS is to give equal importance to all domains otherwise a complete human being can’t be formed. Keeping this basic philosophy in mind our curriculum is designed .The academic schedule speaks volumes about this philosophy implementation. Monday through Friday seven periods are allotted for academic development focusing on Cognitive development through various teaching methodologies like Group discussions, Peer Learning, Pair & share ,seminars & symposiums under the close mentoring of the experienced faculty ,and one hour of outdoor Sports activities are mandatory for all students from Grade I-XII to improve their Psychomotor development. Apart from this their Affective domain is taken care by organizing and involving them in various community services, fund rising activities, street plays, etc. Catching them Young being the essence of our philosophy we start focusing on all three Hs from Grade one onwards. At primary level the communication skills among students are developed by creating opportunity to address the audience in Morning Assembly either through article reading, poem recitation, News reading, thought for the Day, Quiz etc along with show and Tell talk shows which will be organized as a part of CCA . They also learn through Field trips.

Middle School Level:

Apart from the above opportunities these students are exposed to inter school literary competitions as well as Sports competitions and Excursions out of Hyderabad which will make them independent.

At High School Level:

the students get maximum exposure to enhance their skills through Guest Lectures, Seminars, Symposiums, Exchange programmes on line training and Practice tests.


As per CBSE norms the school follows CCE at all levels. There will be 5 formative assessments for Grade I-III apart from Concept check tests which will be Paper pen tests otherwise during Formative assessments skills and concepts are assessed rather than the content. Grade IV-X have 2 summative assessments one in September and one in March & 4 Formative assessments will be conducted in July/August/October/December