Empowering Lifelong Learners

The Launchpad for
Future Success

At Universal, secondary education goes beyond expanding students’ knowledge and academic abilities. The focus shifts to self-reliance and initiative with purposeful, goal-directed facilitation by the teacher. Opportunities are therefore created for questioning, enquiry, debate, reflection and deep-diving into their areas of interest.

Developing 21st-century Skills

Students engage with global organisations such as MUN, IDF, Habitat for Humanity and many more to develop leadership and teamwork skills.

Leadership

Students take leadership positions in the student council, learn to lead from the front and participate in decision-making during school events.

Empowering Future Innovators

Students develop a problem-solving mindset equipped with quintessential skills that enables them to discover solutions and make a positive impact on the world.

Subject Lists

Scholastics

Group I
  • English
  • Hindi
  • History & Civics
  • Geography
Group II
  • Mathematics/Economics/Environmental Science
  • Science/Commercial Studies
Group III
  • Computer Applications/Physical Education/Art/Home Science

Activities

Java

From 8th Grade onwards, students are exposed to Java, an Object Oriented Programming Language, to prepare them to develop software and create applications.

MUN

Model UN(MUN) supported by the UN, helps students to learn about international relations, diplomacy, and global issues. As participants, they engage in research, public speaking and negotiations.

SDG Goals

The UN has established 17 objectives to address global issues such as poverty, inequality and climate change. Students are exposed to SDGs through lessons, projects, and community engagement.

Student Council

The Student Council empowers students to voice their concerns, participate in democratic decision-making, and foster positive change within the school community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, your child can get admission into ICSE Secondary grades after completing primary and middle school with a different board, such as CBSE or another recognised board. The specific admission process and any additional requirements can be discussed with our admissions office.

Yes, entrance exams are part of the admission process for certain grades. Please refer to the specific admission guidelines for your child's intended grade level on our website or contact our admissions office for detailed information on whether an entrance exam is required and the associated procedures.

The subjects offered in ICSE Secondary grades typically include
English
Mathematics
Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
History
Geography
Commercial Studies
Economics
Computer Applications
Hindi (second language)
Marathi (third language)
Physical Education
Arts
The specific subjects may vary, so please refer to our school's curriculum or contact the school directly for detailed information on the subjects offered in ICSE Secondary grades.

At Universal High School, Chembur various learning opportunities beyond the core curriculum include extracurricular activities, clubs, workshops, field trips, and special events. These opportunities cater to diverse interests and contribute to students' holistic development. Specific details about these offerings can be found on our school's activities page or by contacting the school directly.

Yes, transportation is available. You will get all details during the admission process.

Parents can get involved in their child's education at Universal High School, Chembur by participating in parent-teacher meetings, joining school committees or councils, attending workshops and events, volunteering for school activities, and staying informed through regular communication channels provided by the school. Specific opportunities and details can be found on our parent involvement page or by contacting the school directly.