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The Achieve School of Education has a long history in education and is even older than independent India.
In the year 1945 DN Krishnaiah Shetty started his service towards education and uplifting society in general and he received the prestigious national award - The Padma Shri in 1968.
He even donated his most prized possession which was the school land that he owned to the government in the heart of Bangalore - Padmashri Lokasevaniratha DN Krishnaiah Shetty memorial school, in Avenue road stands tall even to this day!
Today we lead by the example our visionary has set for us
As your child moves into a school where the pioneer of Achieve School of Education has published several books, one being "7 Things Schools Must Teach Children".
He's a Master Trainer who mentors teachers across many schools and helped change their definition of what it means to teach well.
Your child will join an AWARD WINNING SCHOOL
YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR CHILD AND WE WANT TO HELP
Why Achieve is the perfect choice for your child?
Achieve School of Education promotes growth and success for every child. Classes at our school have a variety of reading levels, so students are able to work with someone who understands their needs even if they're more advanced or struggling in certain areas - it's all about finding what works best
Learning to author a book while still in high school is no easy feat. Some of our students have even become published authors, selling their books and making money before they graduate from school
The Teacher Upgradation process is an ongoing, continual effort to provide our teachers with new concepts and ideas that will add tremendous value to their teaching.
Skill development is at the heart of what we do. We put emphasis on skill learning as opposed to just plain academics
We use appreciation as a key tool to help students reach their full potential
We empower children to face any challenge that life may throw their way
We offer an environment where kids feel empowered because we don't separate them by ability level; instead we invite everyone into one big classroom where differences can be celebrated together while still having enough individual attention when needed most.
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