As the learner has gained mastery over basic concepts underlying each subject area in the primary years, the learner is now ready to meet the rigours of the academic programme in the secondary section aligned with the ICSE Examinations. The focus shifts to self-reliance and initiative with purposeful, goal-directed facilitation by the teacher. Opportunities are therefore created for questioning, enquiry, debate, reflection, and deep-diving into the concepts.


Scholastics Co-Scholastics
English Dance
Hindi Music
Marathi Martial Arts
French Swimming
Mathematics Sports


● Physics

● Chemistry

● Biology

Physical Education

Social Studies

● History & Civics

● Geography

Computer Studies Life Skills
Vedic Mathematics
Career Counselling (Class VIII)


Scholastics Co-Scholastics

Group I

● English

● Hindi

● Social Studies

History & Civics Geography

  • Sports and Physical Education
  • Life Skills
  • Vedic Mathematics (IX)
  • SUPW
  • Career Counselling

Group II

● Mathematics/Economics

● Science/Commercial Studies

Group III

Computer Applications/ Physical Education/ Art/ Home Science


Integration and adaptation of the best available international teaching and learning practices in India.

  • Student-centric approach
  • Enquiry-based teaching-learning
  • Hands-on active learning
  • Real-life connect and experiential learning
  • Technology integration for blended learning
  • Investigation, experimentation and demonstration
  • Interdisciplinary approach
  • Differentiation, scaffolding and remediation.


Class VI – IX:

1 Formative & 1 Summative Assessment in each of the two terms.

Internal Assessments – Project/Skill based

Class X:

1 Formative Assessment followed by 3 Prelims

Internal Assessments – Project/Skill based

Get In Touch

Universal High School. Thane
Brahmand, Phase VI,
Azadnagar, Off. Ghodbunder (GB) Road,
Thane – 400 607

Admissions Enquiry

+91 224 194 7744

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Any Other Enquiry

+91 845 0955 351
+91 845 0955 352

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