Scholars use a wide variety of methods or tools to evaluate, measure, and document the academic readiness, learning progress, skill acquisition, or educational needs of its students. Therefore Assessment design is age-appropriate and class-ready where appropriate measures are implemented to calibrate the 360-degree development of students.

For classes Nursery - KG no formal assessment takes place. Kids are observed continuously to measure the progress and learning plan are designed accordingly. Twice in a month Ascent sheets are attempted by the kids to check their fortnightly progress.

For classes I and II six formative assessments are conducted in an academic year (three per term).

For upper primary comprising classes III to V, Two unit tests with one term end exam are conducted per term. The test comprises a pen-paper test and subject enrichment activities to encourage artistic endeavors and practical learning in classrooms.

In Middle school, the focus is more on scholastic assessment which comprises four unit tests and two term-end assessments. Subject enrichment activities are planned for each subject for incorporating hands-on learning and making examination multiple intelligences friendly. Notebook work submission is also assessed to develop the right habits in students.

Co scholastic activities in the form of Work Education, Pre-vocational, Art education, and Health & Physical Education are also assessed term-wise and graded as an assessment on a three-point scale.

Discipline, Attendance, sincerity, behavior, values are also assessed regularly and grades are awarded term-wise.

Assessment for classes IX to XII is conducted as per the guidelines of CBSE. The purpose of assessment at regular intervals is to prepare the students for the board examinations.

"It is possible to store the mind with a million facts and still be entirely uneducated. ~ Alec Bourne "