Oxford School Moga follows the CBSE syllabus. A synergistic mix of Sports, Music, Dramatics, Dance, and Computers with academic classes completes the picture of overall growth at Oxford School. The curriculum has been evolved to achieve a balance between the emphasis according to academics and the importance of the development of the body and the mind. In Oxford School, the class size is strictly limited to 30 children. Presently, the school is up to Class XII. The student-teacher ratio stands at 30:1. The school offers a broad and balanced curriculum which is designed to match the educational needs of the children within the parameters of the CBSE examination framework. Oxford School offers a ‘holistic, quality education’ in this part of the country. Our objective is to enrich students’ knowledge to enable them to take their Board exams with confidence and effectiveness. A carefully planned academic syllabus ensures that a child enjoys the years spent in learning and discovery, and acquires a sound understanding of concepts in Maths, Science & Humanities and develops high communication skills. The syllabus is enriched by teacher designed worksheets and subject integrated projects.

The Junior School Classes 1 to 5

The Junior School dwells on the spirit of exploration and inquiry. Emphasis is laid on acquiring sound language skills, clarity of mathematical concepts and the discovery and understanding of scientific principles. Through extensive project work, they are given awareness of the richness of the diverse history and culture of India. The children also acquire all the building blocks of scholarship, along with good study habits and a love for learning. Light homework is given every day to reinforce the concepts taught in class.

The Senior School-Classes VI to XII

The Senior School aims at consolidating and building the students’ academic and social growth. The emphasis is on investigation and conceptualization as they begin the first phase of preparation for the CBSE examinations.


Homework is set every day during term time and is considered to be an integral part of the learning process in encouraging independent study. The time students are expected to devote to their homework increases from six hours a week in Class VI to 14 hours per week in Class X. Students preparing for Board exams will be expected to spend considerably longer time in later years.


The school is permanently affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education vide Affiliation No. 1630427. The CBSE syllabus provides a balanced pattern of education and stresses on testing understanding and application of concepts. The students are examined in 6 subjects for the Class X examination. The School follows the CCE pattern. The subjects are English Communicative, Hindi Course B, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and Punjabi.

CBSE- Class XII – Subjects Options

The CBSE syllabus is career oriented, the compulsory subject is English. At this stage, the school will offer a variety of subjects in all streams, i.e. Sciences, Humanities, and Commerce. Apart from English, each student will have to opt for three elective subjects. THE 5th SUBJECT IS OPTIONAL. The list of Subjects is given in the table for the Stream he/she wishes to appear for the +2 (C.B.S.E.) Examinations.

*Only for students opting Biology.
Students choose combinations in keeping with their activities and interests. Trained and competent faculty deliver a highly intensive academic and co-curricular programme.
In academic areas in order to achieve our objectives, besides intensive inputs, students are encouraged to appear for the National Talent Search Examination and Olympiads for various subjects.