FAQ’s-Frequently Asked Questions

Ans: SHIS has a separate Sick Bay / Medical Room in case of emergency with the service of two fulltime Nurse.
Ans: Parent can meet the Class Teacher, Subject Teacher and Coordinator on all working days after the school hours.
Ans: For any grievance or issues one can meet our Principal (with regards to Academics) or Admin Officer (with regards to Non-Academics).
Ans:Our Classrooms are equipped with 86' Interactive Digital Boards (LED) backed with internet connectivity.
Ans: Various Club, Literary and Sports, Karate Activities are provided.
Ans:Yes, Canteen Facility is available.
Ans: The Parent needs to submit a requisition letter (signed by both the parents) to the Admin Office. And the TC will be issued to the Parent in a week’s time.
Ans:Yes, We have a JRC unit in our school.
Ans: Yes, SHIS is equipped with an incompetent RO System to provide safe and hygienic drinking water.
Ans: It is due to the quality management system we maintain, the following Organisations accredited our schooling system.
a. ISO 21001-2018 certified institution
b. IDS (International Dimension in Schools) – granted by The British Council.
c. QS I-GAUGE (DIAMOND rating)
Ans: Yes. Contact the Transport in-chrage for any sort of facility/complaints.
Ans: Yes, SHIS is an Authorized Examination Centre of Cambridge Examinations.
Ans: Yes! SHIS is a co-ed school.
Ans: All students from KG through Grade 12 are required to wear the Sacred Heart International School Uniform.
Ans: Yes, School provides outbound trip for the students annually. These trips are optional, and are pay per basis
Ans: School provides the extra care and remedial classes for special children with special needs.
Ans: We have from the Pre-Nursery class till Std XII (ISC)
Ans: Marks are awarded out of 100 for all subjects. The Council encourages a system of continuous assessment by the school and, therefore, all the subjects have an internal assessment component of 20% in the form of project work, while the final written examination accounts for 80%. With respect to the optional subject chosen from Group III, it is divided into a Theory paper and a Practical component, with each being assessed to the extent of 50% through internal evaluation and 50% by way of external evaluation / final written examination. The standard reached in ‘Socially Useful Productive Work’ (internally assessed) will be given grades A, B, C, D or E; A being the highest and E the lowest. A, B, C or D indicates a ‘Pass’ and E a ‘Fail’.
Ans: The ICSE Pass Certificate will be awarded to candidates who attain the ‘Pass’ standard in at least five subjects, which must include English. In addition, a candidate must attain a ‘Pass’ grade in ‘Socially Useful Productive Work’. The ‘Pass’ mark for each subject is 33%.
Ans: The ISC Pass Certificate will be awarded to candidates who attain the ‘Pass’ standard in at least four subjects, which must include English. In addition, a candidate must attain a ‘Pass’ grade in ‘Socially Useful Productive Work’. The ‘Pass’ mark for each subject is 35%.