The Secondary campus of the Alice Smith School was established in 1997 on a 25-acre site in the Equine Park. The school has adopted the latest advancements in the field of education and technology for the benefit of the students.
The school believes in providing a rich learning experience to their students, ensuring that they develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful in the international marketplace. The spacious classrooms, whiteboards, glass walls and adjoining recreational areas are an example of the proactive participation of the school in creating a technology-rich teaching and learning environment for the students and the staff.
The Alice Smith School focuses on the holistic development of the students, be it academic or personal growth and development. The programmes are focused on the well-being of the students, developing the confidence to take up new challenges and make informed decisions.
The School is committed towards excellence in teaching and learning, providing a stimulating and challenging learning environment where students are motivated to reach their full potential. The teachers are not only concerned with imparting academic knowledge and skills but also aim to develop values and inculcate a lifelong love for learning.
The curriculum, based on the National Curriculum of England, Wales, & Northern Ireland, is balanced well and designed in such a way that it stimulates students to develop creative thinking, problem-solving and communication skills. In addition to this, the extracurricular programme in the school provides a great opportunity for the students to pursue their interest in sports, creative arts, music and many other areas.
In support of this, the School boasts a plethora of top-notch facilities, including multiple gyms, a multipurpose field, several sports halls including a multipurpose one, a Performing Arts Hall, a lecture theatre, tennis courts, an athletic track, and much, much more. Some of the education departments include (but are not limited to) English, Science, Maths, Humanities, Modern Foreign Languages, the Arts, as well as several Learning Centres.