Academic & Extra Curricular

Academic Design at Billabong High International

The academic delivery at Billabong High International is aimed at nurturing and giving a competitive edge to our young children in nurturing them into leaders of tomorrow. The learning objectives of the CBSE board are successfully combined with the BHIS philosophy of education in creating highly engaged learners. The prime focus of our curriculum is to innovate teaching-learning methodologies by developing paradigms that are conducive to students. A lot of engagement & activities are included between the chapters to help students learn in a playful way. It makes the whole process of conveying knowledge to the students efficient and healthy.


Integrated Curriculum | Interdisciplinary Approach | Experiential Learning | Research Work | Professional Guidance

Primary Grade : 1 - 4

BHIS primary school program engages students in creative ways so that young learners can develop a questioning attitude, imagination, and, the ability to express themselves. Impacting life skills, and a strong foundation for middle and higher grade academic performance is one of the key focus of the academic framework from grade 1 to 4.

The curriculum is perfectly aligned to the directives of various boards with reference to the aims and objectives, the base content, the structures of curriculum and the prescribed system of evaluation.

Middle School 5 - 8 & High School 9 - 12

Middle School & High School academic work towards grooming the learners to become responsible, confident, and reflective individuals. Students are encouraged to develop a global perspective through interdisciplinary learning and exposure. The focus is on honing 21st-century learning skills i.e. collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity, and preparing the student for their leap in education journey and a real work exposure

Learning is enhanced with use of technology in the classroom and beyond with a blended learning experience that contributes the best of both realms i.e. self-paced digital learning and facilitator-based classroom teaching. The apps, media, and web links are selectively chosen to strengthen the variety of skills along with conceptual clarity. The focus of integrating technology in the curriculum for us is achieving learning goals and outcomes in highly engaging manner, not the devices and apps. Technology also changes the way teachers teach, offering educators effective ways to reach different types of learners and assess student understanding through multiple means. As technology is effectively integrated into the curriculum, our teachers grow into true facilitators. It helps to make the process of teaching-learning more engaging and rewarding.