We use the words “Class”, “Class Year” and “Batch” interchangeably on this website. They all stand for the same thing – a specific cohort of ex-students who identify the most with each other and a year. So the “Class of 1981”, “Class of ‘81” or “SPS ‘81” all stand for those whose batch mates would have taken their first major board exam in 1981. So “Class of ‘81” includes ICSE 1981, as well as ISC 1983 students from SPS. For older alumni, the year used is that of their Senior Cambridge year.
It also includes those who would have taken these exams in those years but left the school for any reason. If someone had failed in a certain year, or took their board exam in a different year than the cohort they identify with, we leave it up to that member to pick whichever batch they feel closest to, which is not necessarily of the year when they appeared for their exam.
For some of the class years we have an official representative – if we don’t, then you can apply to become one. If you’d like to help us gather your classmates, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your batch directly by clicking the links below.