ADMISSION TO CLASS XI (LIMITED SEATS) FOR SESSION 2021-22
Cambridge School, Noida is a private co-educational senior secondary school affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The school is established under the aegis of Society for the Advancement of Education.
The school’s motto, “We learn to serve” is essential to building the qualities of empathy and community- consciousness.
HIGHLIGHTS OF AISSCE RESULTS
– Excellent Board Results with 40 students scoring above 90% in AISSCE 2020
– Aditi Singhal secured All India CBSE Rank 4th in AISSCE 2019
– Supriya Kaushik secured All India CBSE Rank 3rd in AISSCE 2018
– AISSCE highest aggregate (2020)
Humanities Stream: 96.8%
Commerce Stream: 96.6 %
Science Stream: 95.60%
|Subject 1||Subject 2||Subject 3||Subject 4||Subject 5|
|Science||English||Physics||Chemistry||Mathematics/Psychology||Biology/Computer Science / Economics/Informatics Practices|
|Commerce||English||Business Studies||Accountancy||Economics/Painting||Mathematics/Entrepreneurship/Legal Studies/Informatics Practices|
|Humanities||English||History/Painting/Economics||Political Science/ Geography||Mathematics/Psychology||Informatics Practices / Legal Studies/ Entrepreneurship|
|Note: Please select any one subject where options are available|
ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR CLASS XI (EXTERNAL CANDIDATES):
ACADEMIC SESSION 2021-2022
|Science||70% and above||at least 70% in Mathematics and Science|
|Commerce with Mathematics||70% and above||at least 70% in Mathematics|
|Commerce without Mathematics||60% and above||at least 60% in Mathematics|
|Humanities with Mathematics||70% and above||at least 70% in Mathematics|
|Humanities without Economics & Mathematics||60% and above|
Step 1: Register through the school website.
Step 2: Fill the stream option form through the link received through SMS on the registered mobile number.
Step 3: Students meeting the above criteria will be called for an online interaction.
ONLINE INTERACTION: FULL SYLLABUS OF CLASS X
– Science Stream: Test in English, Science and Mathematics
– Commerce Stream: Test in English and Mathematics
– Humanities Stream (with Mathematics): Test in English, Social Science and Mathematics.
– Humanities Stream (without Mathematics): Test in English and Social Science.
- Students must have studied Mathematics and secured 70% and above in Class X PRE-BOARD for taking Informatics Practices in Class XI
- Dates for Interaction will be provided from the School Reception
- Forms will be available on School Website and also at the School Reception on all working days between 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
– An interaction with the parent will also be held after the interaction with the students.
– Admission will be granted based on Pre-Board Results and Interaction.
– Submission of the application form does not guarantee admission.
– The decision of the School Selection Committee will be final and binding
International School Programme (International MUN)
G.Sree Lekshmi and Tanvi Ranjan Verma of class IX B participated in ‘International Model United Nations’ online conference on 5th and 6th June 2021.
As a member of the UNICEF committee and a representative of the Russian Federation, G.Sree Lekshmi was awarded ‘Verbal Commendation’ for her immense contribution to the topic, ‘Protecting Children from Violence, Exploitation and Abuse.’
Tanvi Ranjan Verma represented Iran from the United Nations Development Program2 and spoke on the topic, “Clean Water and Sanitation for Good Health Maintenance’. Tanvi received the Verbal Commendation’ award for her great contribution.
Maithily Nautiyal is a class IX E student who has been actively engaged in the school International Programme. Under the aegis of the ‘Generation Global Programme’, she has participated in many video conferences with schools across the globe and interacted with students on their online forum. Her online journey story has featured in their first- ever newsletter. She is the only student from India to be featured in the same.
Indrani Kaushik and Tanush Arora of Class 7 C have won prizes as the Best Entry for Young INTACH Newsletter, ‘Monkey Tales’ (Jan-March, 2021 Issue). Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage is a prestigious NGO which is dedicated to conservation of India’s vast cultural heritage. Its objective is to sensitize the students about the importance and preservation of our valuable heritage. INTACH has a special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Google, LLC conducts Google India code to learn contests every year for the students of class 5th to class 12th wherein thousands of students from all over India participate to showcase their talent in software like Scratch/App Inventor/AutoML.
Shivang Agarwal from Class 10 C participated in this contest and was selected as one of the finalists. Shivang was awarded a certificate and a goodies that included a bag, pen, diary, keychain and a bottle.
To develop an educational programme and environment which nurtures boys and girls, who will endeavour to be good citizens and distinguish themselves in all walks of life.
“Every great advance in the world has issued from a new audacity of imagination.” -John Dewey
We, at Cambridge School, Noida believe that sharpening of the mind and intellect is the noblest aim of education. We do not want the minds of our children to be limited within the confines of curricular or of borrowed thought; we want them to confront both victory and defeat and as Kipling wrote, “Treat these two imposters just the same..”
“Education breeds confidence. Confidence breeds hope. Hope breeds peace.”
“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.”