Secondary - Standard 9 and 10

As students move into the final years of school they are guided and motivated in a more mature environment.

Learning techniques become more comprehensive. Assignments demand more involvement and independent thinking.
Mrs Menon Head of the Brigade Foundation gives away the certificate to the academic topper
Mrs Menon Head of the Brigade Foundation gives away the certificate to the academic topper

Students are taught to lead and also to be role models. They learn to handle stress and problems related to adolescence. They are guided to make intelligent career choices.

Their growing maturity is acknowledged through increased responsibilities, in a demanding, yet supportive, environment. Critical thinking and analytical skills are honed in preparation for undergraduate studies. Now the emphasis is on learning to be masters of their own destiny, with the thinking, perspective and self-confidence this requires.