The Satya Bharti Senior Secondary School Program was launched in FY 2008-09 with an aim to provide both academic and vocational training to students. The schools are meant to train children in market-oriented courses on vocational skills, facilitated by skill certification, to ensure employability. The schools are equipped with laboratories, libraries, innovative teaching aids, sports and teacher training facilities and focus on English, computer education, life skills, value education and social and cultural development of students.
The Satya Bharti Senior Secondary Schools cater to a cluster of eight to ten primary/elementary feeder schools. Five Senior Secondary Schools are operational in the districts of Amritsar, Ludhiana and Sangrur, through a Public-Private Partnership model with the Punjab government under the Adarsh Scheme and are known as Government Satya Bharti Adarsh Senior Secondary Schools.
The five senior secondary schools currently serve around 5000 students, out of which 51% are girls and 70% belong to SC/ST/OBC category. Majority of the families of students enrolled in the school are marginal farmers, daily wage laborers and pretty traders, and are first generation learners.