About Us


1.Why Career School

Career Building International Academy  (CBIA) has been founded by our honourable chairman, Mr. Tej Narayan Shrestha, 10 years back in 2065 B.S. with the prime objective of providing quality education at an affordable cost to locals of the Pepsi Cola area. A Dutch Foundation based in Holland has also been instrumental in the establishment of CBIA.

Over the last 9 years, CBIA has been able to win the hearts of the parents and gain respect from them. CBIA has vastly improved in terms of quality by implementing innovative activities and methods in these years. Creating children friendly environment has been the top priority of the School Management. The school is not only the best in this area with respect to academics; it is the champion school in extra-curricular activities as well. It has emerged as the champion school in this locality in both junior and senior versions of Inter-school Football tournaments and Basketball tournament.

Similarly, more than 200 students have graduated SLC and SEE so far from this school and many of them are now pursuing their higher studies abroad.  The school has set unique the record that no student from our school has ever passed those examinations in lower division than the First division.

Within a short span of time of 10 years, CBIA has built its image as one of the pillars in education sector in the area. It has grown not only in size and shape but it delivers quality education in commensurate with the need of the era.

WHY CBIA?

  • Provides quality education in children friendly environment at a cost which can be afforded by all.
  • Emphasizes in holistic development of the children.
  • Every effort is exerted to make the children feel at home while in school.
  • Innovative things are practiced to create interest among the children in learning.
  • Facility of E-learning by introducing e-reader facilities.
  • Free well equipped and spacious computer laboratory (with internet facility), library and science laboratory amenities.
  • Caring and loving environment at school.
  • Free extra-curricular activities such, dance, music, football, cricket, basketball, badminton, table tennis, Tae-kowndo, Scout etc. Spacious space for games.
  • Highly educated, motivated and trained teachers.
  • Regular top-up trainings for the teachers.
  • Acquaintance with volunteer teachers from abroad from time to time.
  • Regular meetings with the parents, at least 4 times a year.
  • Scholarship quota for poor, deserving, Janajati, Dalits and students victimized by natural calamities.
  • Practice of keys to success and becoming good professional and a good human being as well.
  • Extra coaching class for higher level students (Classes VIII, IX and X).
  • Good hostel facility with homely care and service.

2.Discover  Us

CBIA was established by a team comprising of experienced academicians, devoted educators, professors and entrepreneurs with the main objective of providing outstanding education with culture and etiquette. Strictly adhering to its motto “Education, Civilization and Mankind”, CBIA wishes to become a center of learning for young students who are determined to meet the challenges posed by the increasing pace of scientific achievements and modernization.

CBIA teachers and staff  work together to provide students with the best education possible – in the best possible learning environment. CBIA aims to provide the type of education that meets the individual and collective needs of students and make them self-confident, self-disciplined and self-reliant by stressing value education, computer learning, social guidance, leadership training and other extra curricular activities.

There are many reasons for our success. CBIA students are taught by and often do research with staff members who are well versed in their fields of study and are highly committed to teaching. CBIA students work with some of the best laboratory equipment under the regular guidance of trained lab technicians. And the deep and thriving network of extracurricular activities and athletic programs provide a framework for teamwork, leadership and all round growth.

3.Apply to Career School

Admission procedure:

There is no provision of written for admission in classes NURSERY, LKG and UKG. The students wishing to get admitted in classes from 1 to 8 have to qualify admission test in Mathematics, English, Nepali and Science.

Documents needed at the time of admission:

Birth certificate with 6 passport sized color photograph for Classes Nursery to UKG.

Birth certificate Original Mark Sheet and Transfer certificate together with 6 passport sized color photograph for Classes 1 to 8.

B.DISCOVER US

1.Our team

Hem Rai:

Principal of Career  Building International Academy. He has more than 40 years of experience in different fields as teacher, Director, Interpreter, Coordinator, and Trainer.

2.Pre School:

a.Objectives:

As of 2013, CBIA currently provides class levels from Playgroup to grade 10. CBIA is guided by the Nepali National Curriculum leading to the School Living Certificate. In addition we have expanded the curriculum to prepare students for their future careers and personal achievements.

Objectives:

  • To provide a quality, affordable education for all students.
  • To provide equal educational opportunity for orphaned, abandoned and destitute children.
  • To shape children into well-educated, disciplined and creative young adults. Empowered to improve themselves and their nation.
  • To develop self motivated students who become life-long learners.
  • To explore and develop children’s abilities in extracurricular activities: sports, dance, music and art so that they develop as well rounded, happy, positive and strong adults.

b.Curriculum

The school aims to introduce a broader and more balanced curriculum to enable all pupils to develop the qualities and skills needed in adult life.

The school provides support to the students who are excellent at Science and Technology, Social services and Culture & Sports by developing various skills and imparting knowledge.

It prepares students for the S.L.C. Examinations and the Higher Secondary Examinations, for the purpose of which the school has an excellent team of well-educated and experienced teachers. In other sections of the school, the school follows its own curriculum which has been designed to meet the needs of students.

A common curriculum consisting of Moral Education, English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Environmental Science, Social Studies, Art & Craft and Computer Studies is taught in all the other classes.

Pre-School consists of two levels: Prep I and Prep II. The minimum age for admission into Prep I is 3 + years. For Prep II it is 4 + years. Informal education is imparted to students in the Pre-School.

The Children are made to do a lot of oral work, indulge in various kinds of activities, play games, do simple practicals, go for excursions, and observe different things and phenomenon. Teachers use several audio-visual aids in order to demonstrate the lessons.

The aim of the curriculum at this stage is to make children creative and innovative. To develop good toilet habits, to encourage children to eat healthy foods and to make them aware of the benefits of good health. The Kindergarten school is of one year. The minimum age for admission to this class is 5+ years. Formal education stars from this class.

Apart from oral work, activities, games, practicals and excursions children are introduced to subjects like English, Nepali, Maths, Science, Social Studies and Computer Studies.

The Primary School consists of classes 1 to 5. In addition to oral work, activities, games, practicals, excursions etc. Students are taught subjects like English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Studies, Moral Science, General Knowledge and Health Education. They are taught gymnastics and swimming. Co-curricular activities such as singing, dance and instrumental music are taught.

The Lower Secondary School consists of classes 6 to 8. Besides English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Studies, Moral Science, General Knowledge, the students are introduced to advanced level Mathematics and E. P. H. (Environment Health & Population) Co-curricular activities like Club activities etc.

The Secondary School consists of classes 9 and 10. The HMG (S. L. C.) curriculum is followed in these classes. The students, however, take part in co-curricular activities and club activities. They are also introduced to a course in Advanced Level English.

c.Activities

Physical Activities

Children love to fiddle with different kinds of things and we encourage them in activities where they learn to use and handle different things. We help them to utilize their physical store of energy in an optimum manner by providing them with carefully chosen play materials.

The Children Indulge in Physical Activities Like:

  • Climbing jungle gyms and stairs.
  • Throwing and catching soft balls.
  • Jumping, running, bending, etc.
  • Playing on a variety of swings and slides.

Language Development

It has been seen that it is possible for a child to pick up more than one language at a time. Since English is the medium of instruction, children pick up the language at an early age.

Language is developed through

  • Singing poems and songs (rhymes).
  • Using rhyming words.
  • Listening with understanding to stories and instruction.
  • Expressing themselves verbally by answering and asking questions.
  • Identifying, recognizing and naming people, objects, pictures and actions.
  • Discriminating visually between different objects, items and pictures.

Intellectual Development is enhanced through

  • Observation of different things and processes.
  • Experimentation.
  • Understanding animal life and plant life.
  • Classifying things by putting similar objects together.
  • Recollecting facts told earlier.
  • Reasoning and problem solving with simple 4-6 piece jumbles and jigsaw puzzles.
  • Picking up number concepts.
  • Making simple comparisons like big-small, tall-short, etc.
  • Recognizing and naming colours. Teachers take children to different places outside the school. Concepts related to the environment are taught during these outings. Teachers show things from real life and take the help of experiments to teach the tiny tots.

Socio Emotional Development

This is promoted through development of good habits and good behavior. The children are taught accepted manners and social skills like greeting others, using words like ‘please’, ‘thank you’, ‘sorry’, etc.

The Children are taught to

  • Go to the toilet on  their own.
  • Wash hands properly and independently.
  • Eat food with minimum spilling.

Class Activities

To make classes interesting and to enable children to grasp concepts easily, teachers help the children with:

  • Arranging building blocks.
  • Joining leggo pieces.
  • Creating designs by modeling clay.
  • Threading large and medium sized beads using plastic needles.
  • Painting with a thick brush, fingers, cotton, wool, etc.
  • Drawing pictures on their own.
  • Coloring with some control.
  • Folding, Tearing, Cutting paper.
  • Applying gum and trying to paste items.

Our Guiding Principles

  • Children possess sensibilities and mental powers which are unique to their particular levels of developing awareness.
  • Children differ from one another.
  • The most important years of the growth of a child are the first six years. Children learn to initiate things on their own. They are more open to change, growth and new experiences. They’re ready to get more out of life itself.
  • Every child is gifted in some way. A rich, stimulating environment allows each child to bring forth his or her own special talents and abilities.
  • Interaction between children in a non-formal environment makes the young ones outspoken and smart.

The School offers the following facilities in addition to the ones mentioned above

  • The school has a well-managed canteen which serves a variety of snacks and soft drinks, prepared under hygienic conditions. Students can also take hot lunch on extra payment.
  • The school infirmary is well stocked with all first aid medicines. A qualified, nursing sister is on duty all the time. Emergency cases are referred to the major hospitals in the city.
  • The school has a fleet of 2 new school buses specially designed for school children. The buses meet all the safety standards laid down by the HMG.
  • The school has a big auditorium equipped with the latest electronic gadgets. Many school activities are held in the auditorium.
  • The school playground is quite a big one. Students play different games such as basketball, volleyball, cricket etc on the school ground.

d. Exhibition and demonstration

The school holds exhibitions at regular intervals. Exhibitions on science, arts and crafts, computer science, project work are displayed at prominent places inside the school or in the school auditorium. Students of the school are made visit the exhibitions. Sometimes parents and guardians are also invited.

These exhibitions provide a platform to the students to display their creative work. Exhibitions nurture talent and make learning a joyful experience. Certain things which cannot be performed by students themselves are demonstrated by teachers or professional instructors.

 


3.Apply To Career School

a.Admission Procedure    :

Admission Procedure

Step 1

Complete the registration form and attach photocopies of all relevant documents. Submit your application form to the Admissions Office within the stipulated date.

Step 2

Registration is followed by an Entrance Examination and an interview.

Step 3

The results of the admission tests are put up on the school notice board within 3 days from the date of Entrance Examination.

Step 4

Selected students must complete the admission formalities within 7 days from the publication of the results of the Entrance Examination.

Step 5

Pay admission fee, the annual charges, the school fee and other fees.

Note: In lower classes, admissions are sometimes taken in the middle of a session. This depends on the number of seats available.

NOTE

  • For nursery and lower KG (Prep. I & Prep. II) an interview of the child is taken.
  • There is a written test and an interview for classes upper KG to eight.
  • Questions are based on the standard of the class in which the child is presently studying.
  • The written test is taken in the subjects mentioned below.

 

CLASSES 1 – 9

English & Nepali (20 + 20 marks)

a.Essay
b.Comprehension
c.Basic grammar
d.Construction of sentences
e.Question & answer
f. Vocabulary

Maths (20 marks)

a. Addition
b. Subtraction
c. Multiplication
d. Simple problems
e. Tables
f. Simplification
g. Geometry
h. Arithmetic
i. Algebra

 

Science (15 marks)

Drawing & Coloring/Moral Science & G. K. (20 marks)

Interview (20 marks)

a. Reading
b. Spoken English
c. Appearance
d. Discipline
e. Smartness
f. Manner

NOTE

  • The school Prospectus and Registration Forms are issued from the month of Falgun (February).
  • Admission tests are held in Chaitra (March).

 

b. Free Rules

• Annual Fee is charged only once a year. Every student is charged an Annual Fee at the beginning of an academic session in lieu of the services the school provides for the entire year. This fee is charged every year to meet the expenses for the services, and the maintenance of school property for a period of one whole year.

• Admission Fee is paid at the time of Admission only. It is charged only once during a student’s association with the school. This fee is charged to a new student at the time of admission, this fee is non-refundable.

• All fees are charged for the full session.

• Residency fees is charged every month. This is charged for twelve months. All fees are payable in advance.

• Fees are to be paid in advance by the 10th of each Nepali month. A late fee is charged if fees are not paid in time.

• No reduction is made in any kind of fees for a short or extended absence.

• Any student wishing to join or withdraw in the middle of a session is required to pay the charges for the whole year.

• There shall be no refund of fees under any circumstances.

• Parents wishing to withdraw their wards from the school bus facility in the middle of the year will have to pay the bus fee for the whole year.

• Parents wishing to withdraw their wards from the school hostel in the middle of the session will have to pay the boarding and lodging fee for the whole session.

• There shall be no refund of any fees (Not even when a student is suspended or expelled from the school).

• In case a student is asked to leave in the middle of a session due to misconduct or any other reason, he/she will have to pay the charges for the whole academic session.

NOTE

• Excursion charges mentioned here are for trips (maximum 3) inside the valley. Excursions outside Kathmandu Valley are optional and charges are not included here.

• The school provides bus facility to the students on request.

• Buses ply on definite routes. Bus routes cannot be changed on request.

• Bus passes and Food Coupons should be collected from the Accounts office.

• Parents are requested to retain the Fee card and the receipts issued to them. They might be required to produce them as a proof of payment in case the need arises.

• The Examination Fee includes only the school examination fee.

• For solo performances in sports, music etc. the students are expected to bring their own equipment.

• For science /cookery/computer practicals, the students are expected to bring certain items from their homes. Items such as files, cooking ingredients, needles, thread, wool should be brought by the students.

• The materials required for projects, exhibitions and fairs are to be brought by the students.

• During excursions, the students are expected to pay the Entry Fee wherever necessary. The school provides the transport and personnel.

• Students are charged for report cards, fee cards, calendars, I. D. cards, diaries & prospectus etc.

C .Scholarship

CBIA has launched various scholarship programs for the upliftment of the poor but meritorious students. Identifying talent and giving them a chance to shine in life has become one of the principles of CBIA. More than 130 children are studying with full scholarship at CBIA School.

The school has been providing scholarships to underprivileged children for many years. A lot of students have benefited from this program.  More than 60 children from different orphanage are getting scholarship at CBIA. However this facility is not limited to poor students. Outstanding students from the higher secondary section have also benefited under this program.

Scholarships and grants are provided to deserving students every year and many students reap the benefit of it as per their merit. The school acknowledges the merit of students every year on the annual day with various awards.

Scholarships are normally awarded to students of classes 1 to 10. The school provides financial assistance to needy girls from the remote districts of Nepal. They are given admission in schools of their choice.


D.Examination

The school academic year is divided into three terms each consisting of 80 working days.

A weekly test is held at the end of every week. A test is conducted on any major subject. The syllabus for the test is only one or two chapters. This test is to ascertain whether a student can understand the lessons taught in class.

Mid-term exams are held in the middle of each term. Mid-term exams cover the lessons taught in 40 working days. They are held thrice a year and each exam is of 90 mins. In this round of exams, students are tested on all major subjects. These tests are to ascertain whether a student revises the lessons taught and works hard to achieve better grades.

Terminal examinations are held at the end of each term. There are three rounds of terminal exams. Each exams carries 100 marks. These exams cover the lessons taught in 80 working days. These exams are conducted on all major subjects to ensure that the students can handle full-length examinations or board examinations.

A comprehensive written report containing test results and examination results are given to the parents to inform them about the student’s progress and ability to keep up with the class.

All the examinations (except Nepali & Social Studies) are taken in English. Apart from these, tests are conducted regularly in order to provide feedback for improving and correcting teaching methods. Besides short tests and terminal examinations, a regular assessment of a student’s performance is made on a day-to-day basis.

Tests on subsidiary subjects such as handwriting, spelling, science & computer practicals, speaking & listening, arts & crafts etc. are taken before tests on the major subjects are conducted.

A student is promoted to the immediate higher classes or is allowed to take the Board exams only if his/her performance is satisfactory in all the exams conducted in an academic session. The final result is prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the mid-term tests, terminal exams, subsidiary and weekly tests.

4. School Policies

a. Attendance Policies

Students are not allowed to leave the school compound for any reason unless they have prior permission from the Head Teachers concerned. For special permission to leave school early due to medical appointments, written requests should reach the Head Teacher before the commencement of classes on a particular day.

Any student who is absent for more than 5% of the total number of working days in a Term may not be eligible to take the tests or exams for that term. These include excused as well as unexcused absences. Special provisions can be made for students with prolonged illnesses. A medical certificate must be produced before the child returns to the school. Students must submit letters of absence to their Head Teachers before they resume their classes. The letters should clearly state the reason for absence.

If a student continues to be absent for more than a week without giving information to the Head Teacher, his/her name will be struck off the rolls, and the student has to be readmitted. The school will not arrange special tests or exams missed due to absence. Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence and habitual late coming and objectionable behavior of any kind may result in the removal of a boy/girl from the school.

Policies regarding Assignments

• Students are expected to do homework which includes written and oral work. Homework serves three important purposes:

a. To reinforce and supplement skills taught in class.
b. To share a student’s progress with parents.
c. To develop proper study habits for future growth. Parents are requested to go through their children’s diaries and ensure that they do their homework regularly.

 

• A student returning from an illness or absence must meet his or her teachers on the day he/she resumes school to find out how much has been covered in class during his/her absence. Students who remain absent are responsible for finding out the homework either from their teachers or other students in their class. A student must submit all assigned work immediately upon return. It is the student’s/parent’s responsibility not the teachers’ to make sure that all missed work due to absence is completed.

• If an assignment is not submitted on time, the student will get zero for that assignment.

• Students should develop the habit of doing their homework regularly.

• There are 240 working days in an academic session, which is divided into 6 terms each consisting of 40 working days.

The syllabus being vast, all the exercises at the end of every chapter cannot be done in class due to time limitations of time. A major part of every exercise is done in class. The rest is left to the students to complete at home. At home, the students are expected to learn, revise and practice the lessons and skills taught in class. Parents/Guardians should supervise students’ homework and ensure that the students complete the work assigned to them. For those parents/guardians who are not able to do this due to various reasons, the school runs special classes after school. They are charged extra for these classes. Students who are weak in studies can also attend these classes.


b. Academic Policies

i.Grading System

Grade

A

 

 

B

 

 

C

 

 

D

 

 

 

 

E

Percentage

(91-100)

 

 

(81 – 90)

 

 

(71-80)

 

 

(61 – 70)

 

 

 

 

Below 60

Remarks

Excellent

 

 

Very Good

 

 

Average

 

 

Pass(Satisfactory)

 

 

 

Unsatisfatory

 

Description

Grade A represents excellent progress and outstanding achievement. A student in this category appears to be functioning to full potential through acceptance of academic responsibility, has the ability to grasp and apply concepts, and to work independently. He/She possesses a positive and constructive attitude.

Grade B implies above-average progress and achievement. A student in this category demonstrates a keen interesting all subjects and grasps the subject matter with minimum assistance. He/She has a cooperative attitude and is helpful towards others.

Grade C implies satisfactory or average progress and achievement. A student in this category does the assigned work in time. He/She does not generally take an initiative to work on his/her own. This grade obtained when a student shows an average level of interest in the subject matter, rarely participates in class discussions and does not put much effort in his/her work.

Grade D shows below-average progress and achievement. A student in this category habitually submits incomplete and shoddy work. He/She does not submit work on time. He/She has poor study habits and is either too aggressive or extremely passive. He/She requires frequent prodding by the teacher.

Grade F indicates unsatisfactory work and a lack of progress. A student who falls in this category is much below the level of the class. He/She is a prospective failure unless he/she puts in a lot of hard work.

 


ii.Report Cards

Report cards are distributed at the end of each round of tests and exams.

At the end of the final term, a comprehensive report is prepared on the basis of a student’s performance in all the exams conducted in the whole academic session. Students must pass in all subjects. The pass mark is 90% in each subject for classes (Nursery – Upper KG), 80% for classes (1 – 3), 70% for classes (4 – 6), 60% for classes (7 – 9) and 50% for classes (10- 12).

A comprehensive report is issued to each student every month so that the parents get a complete picture of their child’s performance at school. The report card reflects a child’s performance in curricular and co-curricular activities. This is to help the parents to assess the capabilities of their wards and take necessary steps should they be required.

Parents are requested to analyze the performance of their children by going through their report cards. They should discuss the problems with their wards and provide them with additional help should it be necessary.

iii. Criteria for Promotion

The final decision for detention/promotion rests on one or all of the following criteria:

  • If a student’s performance in major subjects deteriorates.
  • The effort made by a student to overcome his/her short-comings.
  • Whether a student complies with the suggestion made by the teachers, head teachers and the principal.
  • A student’s academic performance throughout the year.
  • Conduct in school.
  • Performance in co-curricular activities.
  • Performance in Science, Maths & computer studies.
  • If a student fails to obtain the pass percentage at the end of a session.
  • Performance in Social Sciences.

NOTE

  • Students failing for the second time in a row will be asked to withdraw themselves from the school.
  • It is compulsory for all the students to appear for all tests and examinations.
  • If a student is absent for any of the tests or examination, he/she will be marked absent for it and no re-test will be taken, whatever the reason for the absence.
  • Students found cheating in exams, tests, homework or project work are given zero.

iv. General Rules for Conduct and Discipline

Galaxy Public School reserves the right to take appropriate disciplinary action for activities considered detrimental to the welfare of the school.

The following are considered to be major breaches of school rules:

  • Repeated violation of school rules.
  • Vandalism or theft of school or personal property.
  • Endangering the safety of others.
  • Fighting, bullying, harassing or threatening a fellow student.
  • Disregard for school or personal property. (Students have to pay a heavy fine if they cause damage to school property.)
  • Smoking.
  • Cheating, lying, or other forms of unethical or immoral acts.
  • Leaving the school compound without permission.
  • Habitual late coming.
  • Absence from school without any information.
  • Causing a disruption or disturbance to the school environment.
  • Discourteous or disrespectful behavior.
  • Obscenity of any kind.
  • Physical assault of any kind.
  • Use of abusive or rude language.
  • Dishonesty of any kind.
  • Disobedience and disrespect towards teachers.

v. Bus Rules

Students should strictly adhere to the following rules:

  • Talking loudly and making noise on the bus is prohibited.
  • Leaning out and putting one’s hand out of the window is not allowed.
  • Eating is not allowed on the bus.
  • When leaving or approaching the bus, students ought to look in both directions.
  • Students should be careful while boarding or alighting from the bus.
  • Follow the direction of the teachers, bus monitors and drivers.
  • Throwing objects out of the window is not allowed.
  • All other general school rules apply.

 Misbehavior on the bus may lead to suspension of transportation privileges.

The school provides transport facilities only to those who opt for it. It is not mandatory to avail the bus services. The school tries its level best to cater to the needs of the children. However, it is unable to fulfill its commitments in circumstances beyond its control. In case of unforeseen circumstances like public demonstrations and severe traffic dislocation, parents should come to the school to collect their wards. They are requested to bear with the delays caused by break-downs or other mechanical problems.

The school will remain closed on days when there is a total bandh and there is no transport on the roads. The school will remain open on days when there is a partial transport strike affecting public bus and minibus service only. On such days, parents/guardians are expected to make their own arrangement to bring their children to school and take them back after the classes are over.

vi. Academic Ethics

If a school is to be a learning community that functions effectively, it must place its highest values on personal integrity and mutual trust. Without these, no real learning can take place. While we highly value patience and tolerance, we must become intolerant of those, who cannot be trusted and who do not value truth, for they can quickly destroy the spirit of the community and learning. It is because of this we take severe action in cases of dishonesty of any kind, but particularly in cases in which dishonesty invades the classroom. Cases of this kind are dealt with by the teacher and brought to the attention of the Principal.

vii. Code of Conduct

Cheating can be defined as an act intended to deceive. It is not only dishonest and morally wrong but also gives a false impression of a student’s progress and makes assessment of a student’s work impossible. For these reasons, cheating of any kind is not tolerated. The school believes that integrity is more important than academic excellence. It reserves the right to penalize students who use unfair means.

Students found cheating in exams, tests, homework are given the lowest grade. They are immediately sent to the principal and their parents are informed about this serious breach of academic integrity. A student may either be suspended or expelled from school if he/she is found using unfair means.

viii. Expectations from Students

It is understood that when a student enrolls in our school, he/she and his/her parents agree to conform to its procedures and comply with its rules. Students are expected to:

  • Be responsible for their own behavior by being regular and punctual in attendance
  • Maintain habits of personal cleanliness
  • Show respect towards adults
  • Display desirable attitudes and moral standards
  • Make a sincere effort to learn
  • Value the opinions of others
  • Accept the duties of membership in a democratic group
  • Contribute positively to the creation and maintenance of a climate that is conducive to learning
  • Respect the rights of other students in the classroom
  • Participate in school activities and maintain the decorum of the class
  • Take care of school and personal property
  • Cooperate with pupils who have been delegated responsibilities
  • Attend school regularly; be obedient to adults and courteous in behavior. They should be neatly dressed and should follow the rules and regulations of the school
  • Speak in English in the school premises
  • Wear proper school uniform. They should not wear jewellery or make up in school
  • Complete their assignments, participate in classroom activities and perform to the best of their ability. 

Students are expected to complete assignments, participate in classroom activities, and perform to their ability on a consistent basis.

ix. Expectations from Parents

  • Parents should ensure that their wards follow all school rules and regulations.
  • They should make sure that their ward does the homework regularly. The school diary should be checked and signed every day.
  • They should see to it that their wards read story books, newspapers, and learn their lessons.
  • Parents are strictly forbidden to enter any classroom or meet any teacher during school hours without the permission from the school office. Parents are advised to meet the class teacher and subject teachers only on days report cards are distributed.
  • They should meet the Head Teacher whenever there is a problem of any kind.
  • They should come personally to collect their ward’s Progress Report on the Report Card Distribution Days.
  • They should respond promptly to complaint letters issued by the school authorities.
  • They should pay all dues on time.
  • They should ensure that all text books and exercise books are covered with brown paper, in good condition and brought to school according to the time table.
  • If parents want their wards to participate in school functions, they should cooperate with the school authorities; and make arrangements to reach their wards to school and pick them up. As more time is required for practice, delays if any should be borne with patience. It is also the moral duty of parents to see that their wards do not drop out at the last minute.
  • Suggestions and voluntary services are always appreciated from the parents.
  • Parents/Guardians must supervise their child’s studies at home.

 

This should be done every day in order to avoid the pressure of revision immediately before the exams. It is practically impossible to revise all the lessons in class before every round of examination due to time constraints and the volume of the syllabus.

x. Important Rules

  • Parents are not permitted to enter into correspondence with other members of the staff.
  • The Principal can, in the interest of the school, without assigning any reason can ask a parent to remove a student, before the end of the current term, should the student’s conduct, behavior or influence, in the school’s opinion, be in any way detrimental to the principles of the school or should he/she seem unable or unwilling to profit by the educational advantages the school offers.
  • The school is at liberty to alter, add to or repeal any regulation in the prospectus/diary. However, the school shall inform parents/guardians of such changes.
  • The school takes every precaution to ensure the safety of children. However, the school will not be liable for any damages/ charges/ costs on account of accidents in school, or while on excursions or other activities.
  • Parents who have any complaints, suggestions or recommendations to make are free to meet the Principal and discuss their complaints or suggestions.
  • Interviews with the Principal should be arranged in writing, as it is frequently impossible for the Principal to interview parents who have not previously made any appointment to see her.
  • The school reserves the right to suspend students whose progress in studies is unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
  • Parents and guardians of all students should contact the teachers on report card distribution days to know the progress of their wards.
  • Students should get their Report Cards signed by their Parents/Guardians within two days of receipt of the Report Cards.
  • The name, class and section of a student should be clearly marked on all the belongings of the student. Water bottles, Blazers and Jerseys should also bear the name of the student.
  • A child who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school.
  • Late comers, uniform defaulters and children who do not do their homework regularly will be sent home.
  • A student who uses unfair means during tests will be given zero in the subject and a warning letter. Repetition of the same will result in dismissal.
  • Students will be fined if they lose or mutilate any book taken from school library. In such cases the fine will be determined by the librarian and charged on the bill.
  • Students may be expelled from school if they are found to be involved in unacceptable activities inside the school premises such as, smoking, possessing drugs or weapons, misbehaving with teachers, using unfair means in the exams, skipping classes etc.
  • Parents must ensure that their children are given substantial tiffin before they come to school.
  • The school provides the best possible attention to all the students. It takes every precaution to prevent accidents. However, if any accident does take place, the school cannot be held responsible for it.
  • Students are strongly discouraged to miss classes immediately before or after long vacations e.g. Dashain/ Tihar vacation and Winter vacation.
  • This prospectus must be read carefully before completing the admission procedure. Submission of the duly filled admission form indicates a parent’s/ guardian’s acceptance of school rules and policies. It shows a parent’s/guardian’s willingness to abide by the rules and regulations of the school.

NOTE

The Principal reserves the right to refuse admission and suspend or expel any student without assigning any reason.

c. Language Policy

English is the medium of instruction, as fluent English is usually a basic requirement for admission to centres of higher education. It gives access to modern knowledge not readily available in Nepali.

It is an easy means of communication in the international sphere of life. It is a language which can be easily understood in different parts of the world. With the growth of trade and commerce, it has spread across the length and breadth of the whole world. At present it has become a language of universal culture and embraces various departments of knowledge.

English is the language of diplomacy and it contains many a rich literary treasure; it gives us an introduction to western thought and culture.

Besides English which is the medium of instruction, the school emphasises on Nepali. Nepali is given due importance. Certain subjects such as social sciences are taught in Nepali. Many co-curricular activities are also taught in Nepali.

 

5. Our Partners

Springville-Griffith Institute Central School District, New York State . Located 35 minutes south of Buffalo

There are approximately 1,800 students enrolled in the four schools that comprise the Springville-Griffith Institute Central School District. Springville Elementary (K-5) is located in Springville and Colden Elementary (K-5) in Colden, with average class sizes in the low 20’s. Griffith Institute Middle School (Grades 6-8) and Griffith Institute High School (Grades 9-12), are both located in Springville, with average class sizes in the low 20’s. The District Office and bus garage, which houses the District’s fleet of 45 school buses, are also located in Springville.

School Governance

The School is governed by federal and state laws, regulations and policies. The remaining actions are set through policies of the Board of Education (BOE). For the purposes of the school, policies have the force of law. Policies are voted on by its five members. Every action must carry with three votes, even if not all five members are present. Members of the Board of Education are elected to terms of three years and serve without pay. They are responsible for district finances and for formulating educational and school district policies. The Board holds meetings at least monthly on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the high school at 290 North Buffalo Street unless otherwise announced. Regular meetings may be canceled and special meetings may be called by vote of the Board. Notification of meetings is given in accordance with the provisions of the Open Meetings Law.

http://www.springvillegi.org/

Everest Foundation Nepal

The Everest Foundation Nepal is a Nepali conceived and run organization that uses local and international resources to safeguard the health and well being of Nepali Children and women and to offer them the education, shelter, food and vocational tools to enable them to fully and equally contribute to Nepali society and compete in the global arena.

Everest Foundation Nepal believes that women and children are the foundation of our society hence we, at Everest Foundation Nepal value the need for all women and children to be given equal opportunities in life regardless of their circumstances. It is our expectation that our practice and work reflect our beliefs and value and we strive to provide the best services possible to those we serve.    

http://volunteerinnepal.org

Volunteer Society Nepal

A team of development workers, including social activists and ex-overseas and national volunteers founded Volunteer Society Nepal in 2004.From the early stages of development,Volunteer Society Nepal has been mobilizing international and local volunteers in various programs, providing relevant training and working experience in marginalized communities, and contributing to overall sustainable development efforts in Nepal. Additionally, Volunteer Society Nepal has developed a school building construction program to benefit some of these communities, which are often desperately lacking facilities.

www.volunteersocietynepal.org