- Batch Timings
The following is the Schedule of Live Classes. You would be required to select any one Section at the time of enrolment. Additional Batches / Sections may be added in the future. You will have the option to change your Section (batch) once a month and for a maximum of three times a year. The duration of the live classes is age-appropriate and as per international standards.
Also, please note that the students will be having ample recess in-between the class schedule.
|Program||Grade||Batch 1||Batch 2|
|Kindergarten – full time||Kindergarten||9.30 am - 11.30 am||2.30 pm - 4.30 pm|
|Primary School – Full Time||Grade 1 to 5||9.30 am - 12.30 pm||1.30 pm - 4.30 pm|
|Middle School – Full Time||Grade 6 to 8||9.30 am - 01.30 pm||1.30 pm - 5.30 pm|
For High School Diploma (Grades 9 to Grade 12), please refer DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS.
There may be more than one batch running at the same time. A particular batch may be discontinued if there are less than ten students enrolled. Such students will be accommodated in the other Batch timings available.
Students also have an option to pursue the High School Diploma Program under Part-time and Dual Diploma Mode.
To receive a Keystone diploma, students will need to earn 21 units of credit between grades 9-12 (credits can transfer in from other schools/programs). Once a student meets the graduation requirements, he or she is awarded a high school diploma from Keystone. These credits must be distributed as follows:
- Health/PE (must include one planned course in Health): 1 credit
- Art and/or Humanities: 1 credit
- Mathematics (at least one must be Algebra 1 or higher): 3 credits
- Science: 3 credits
- English: 4 credits
- Social Studies: 4 credits
- Electives: 5 credits
Students can transfer in credits from other programs, upon approval. However, students must pass a minimum of five full-credit courses (one in each core subject area plus one course of their choice) with Keystone in order to earn a Keystone diploma. There is no age limitation, but students must demonstrate completion of the eighth grade to be eligible to enrol in the diploma program.
Dual Diploma Option
Students come to 21K School full time after successfully completing 10th / Secondary Examinations in a school that is recognized under the Indian or Foreign laws. Students take the remaining 5-6 credits needed to fulfil our graduation requirements in 11th or 12th Grade, along with their own High School Program. They can also pursue the Dual Diploma Option after completion of Senior Secondary Certificate from Indian Schools during the gap year.
A second situation involves students in a locally authorized high school taking 1-2 required classes per year over a 3-4 year period (i.e. from 09th to 12th Grade) with 21K School while they concurrently complete their local high school requirements.
The Keystone School, USA award the High School Diploma. The Keystone School is accredited by Cognia and Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools' Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. Keystone's courses and diploma are widely accepted by schools, colleges, and employers across the country.
In addition, The Keystone School carries a rating of A- from The Better Business Bureau, and has received Homeschool.com's Seal of Approval and is among their list of Top Choice Homeschooling Curriculum providers.
Cognia is the largest community of education professionals in the world. They are a non-profit, non-partisan organisation that conducts rigorous, on-site reviews of a variety of educational institutions and systems to ensure that all learners realise their full potential. With expertise grounded in more than a hundred years of work in school accreditation, Cognia is far from a typical accrediting agency. Their goal isn’t to certify that educational institutions are good enough. Rather, their commitment is to help these institutions continuously improve.
The Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools accredited early-childhood through post-secondary, non-degree granting public, private, faith-based educational institutions including special purpose schools, supplementary education centres, learning services providers, and distance education institutions. The Commissions also award accreditation to member institutions in more than 85 countries around the world.
If you have additional questions about our accreditations or our accredited programs, please contact us for more information.
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