AUM School



Pre School

Grade k-2

Grade K-2

Grade 3-5

Core Subjects

Culture: Students gain awareness about India’s rich culture and traditions and feel a sense of pride in being of Indian origin.

Music and Shlokas: Students learn to sing simple bhajans and chant shlokas, along with their meanings. Understanding the meanings of these bhajans and shlokas helps the students appreciate and value what they are reciting.

Stories: Students learn about morals from ancient fables as well as modern tales.

The culmination of all the strands together helps students understand more deeply the various cultures and traditions that coexist among Indians, and the role of the Vedic systems in maintaining the society and universe.

Sanskrit is not only an ancient, divine language, but it is the most scientific language. Whereas dharma and culture are the soul and life of humanity, Sanskrit is the vehicle of culture. The primary goals at this level are to make it fun for children to learn conversational Sanskrit, rejuvenate Indian culture and bring the Sanskrit language into daily life. Apart from the fun, learning Sanskrit can also help children understand the etymology of many words in Indian and non-Indian languages. It would also help them understand ancient Sanskrit texts, shlokas, and other Sanskrit words in their actual context, with nothing getting lost in translation.

The primary goal of the Yoga curriculum is to introduce the ancient Vedic science of an integrated, holistic practice of body, breath, mind, emotions, and spirituality. When children cultivate this holistic practice from a young age by learning yoga’s physical and spiritual aspects, they are more likely to make yoga a regular part of their daily lives. Certified yoga instructors teach relaxation, balancing, breathing, Surya Namaskara, and many standing and sitting asanas. A growing body of research has already shown that yoga can improve focus, memory, self-esteem, and reduce anxiety and stress in children. In addition, yoga improves balance, strength, endurance, and aerobic capacity in children.


Vedic Mathematics (VM) is an ancient Vedic system of mathematics, which was rediscovered from the Vedas by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji between 1911-1918. The primary goal of VM is to give students simple techniques for solving problems related to basic arithmetic and geometry. Much of mathematics can be solved using only 16 sutras (formulas) and 13 sub-sutras through this system. The goal of bringing VM into the AUM school curriculum is to create awareness and knowledge of numbers from a young age to improve numeracy skills in children. Aum School VM curriculum makes math exciting and helps remove the fear of math. As a result, children learn to execute calculations quickly and easily and improve mental math skills.


Language is not only a communication tool but also a way to pass culture, traditions, and rituals down to generations. This acceptance and understanding can keep language alive and so the community. Languages also have literature through which authors, poets, and performing artists show cultural roots and guidance for living life. Some communities are very strong in keeping this literary tradition alive. Drama, poetry, novels, short and long story writing, folk songs, kathas, puppet shows, idioms and phrases are some examples which are an integral part of any language development. So, they are an integral part of our language curriculum.

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