The learning approaches used in the High School Program are fundamentally based on dialogic, participatory pedagogy. The students are continually urged and given the tools necessary to be independent learners who take responsibility for their learning. The assessments are also based on the same approach to test high-order skills of senior students. The students at this level practice abstract, diverse, and open-ended assignments and situations-based tasks. They are evaluated based on their strengths and conceptual aptitude to foster meaningful learning without stressing about success and failures. There is a conscious effort towards creating a wider awareness of the world and providing space for the development of the aesthetic, moral, ethical and emotional dimensions of the students.