Apart from the main subjects in Grade 10, students learn skill subjects such as Banking and Insurance, IT, and Health Care. Alternative subject options include Computer Applications, Home Science, and Painting. In Art, students engage with mandala art, stencil work, black and white art, and gouache painting.
Land Surveying is a main lesson suggested for tenth graders in Waldorf schools. The class travels to a given area and surveys the land, creating an accurate map and presenting the results of the survey to the rest of the community. Surveying requires three levels of measurement: common sense estimation, ground measurement using rods, chains, and tape measures, and theoretical calculations based on the readings taken with theodolites and measures. Having applied these technical skills to Geography, they know exactly what they are learning about, and learn to work with accuracy. They also apply the knowledge of Trigonometry which they have learned.