Empowering Lifelong Learners

The Best Preparation for a
Better Tomorrow

The Indian School Examination (ISC) is recognised for entry into a Bachelor’s degree in India and abroad. Universal High School, Thane offers an option of choosing Science, Commerce and Humanities for students to pursue their areas of study.

Making Career Choices

Students can choose Science, Commerce or Humanities based on their interests and career goals.

Industrious Mindset

Students learn the value of hard work and perseverance as they prepare for board exams.

Career Guidance

Career counselors help students evaluate career choices. University fairs, and seminars are also arranged to make an informed decision.

Pathways

Science

Compulsory
  • English (Language and Literature)
  • SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work)
Electives

(select any four subjects)

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • Business Studies

Commerce

Compulsory
  • English (Language and Literature)
  • SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work)
Electives

(select any four subjects)

  • Commerce
  • Accounts
  • Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Business Studies

Activities

University Interactions

Universal arranges University Fairs for high school students. These interactions provide an excellent opportunity for students to learn about different colleges and institutes, all in one place.

Guest Speaker Sessions

Students learn from distinguished guests who know a lot about certain jobs or subjects. It's like bringing real-life experiences and interesting stories to class to make learning more exciting.

MUN

Model UN(MUN) supported by the UN, helps students to learn about international relations, diplomacy, and global issues. As participants, they engage in research, public speaking and negotiations

Frequently Asked Questions

ISC stands for Indian School Certificate, a board examination in India conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). It is equivalent to the 12th-grade examination and is widely recognized for secondary education in India.

Yes, ISC (Indian School Certificate) and ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) are different. ICSE is for the 10th-grade examination, while ISC is for the 12th-grade examination, both conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) in India.

The benefits of ISC (Indian School Certificate) include its recognition for college admissions, a comprehensive curriculum that fosters critical thinking, and a strong emphasis on English language skills. ISC prepares students for higher education and provides a well-rounded education.

Yes, you can generally get admission to Class XI of ISC (Indian School Certificate) after passing Class X examinations from CBSE, NIOS, or State Board. Specific admission requirements and procedures may vary, so it's advisable to contact our admissions office for precise details.

Yes, opting for ISC (Indian School Certificate) does not restrict you from appearing for competitive exams. ISC students can still participate in various competitive exams for higher education and career opportunities. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for a wide range of examinations beyond the ISC board.

Yes, generally, a student passing Class XI from one city can be admitted to Class XII in an ISC school in another city. However, specific admission procedures and requirements may vary, so it's advisable to contact the ISC school directly for precise details and to confirm eligibility.

The subjects offered under the ISC (Indian School Certificate) curriculum typically include:
English (compulsory),
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Business Studies
Accounts
Commerce
Economics
Computer Science
The specific subjects may vary, so it's recommended to refer to the school's curriculum details or contact the school directly for accurate information.

The level of challenge in the ISC (Indian School Certificate) syllabus is subjective and may vary from student to student. The ISC syllabus is known for its comprehensive and in-depth approach, which some may find challenging, while others may find it enriching. It's recommended to assess individual learning preferences and academic goals to determine the suitability of the ISC curriculum.