For junior classes, SCIL focuses on developing linguistic, mathematical and analytical skills to ensure that they acquire a strong academic base to build upon, as they progress towards higher grades.
To elaborate on the Islamic Studies curriculum, Nazra Quran introduced from kindergarten and Quranic Studies from Grade IV. For female students wearing, a head scarf is compulsory from Grade III around and wearing an Abaya is made compulsory from Grade VI. The offering of Zuhr prayers in the school is compulsory from Grade III onwards for all students.
Admissions are open from Pre-Nursery to the A-Levels, provided the candidates clear the entrance test and the interview.
Throughout a child’s academic career, continuous effort and emphasis is laid on developing his/her character and personality apart from academics. This enables the students to encounter various situations in their practical lives.
Various types of sports facilities are available for both indoor and outdoor games, such as riding and swimming, football and basketball.