Nishant Singh Nigam
➤ The mission of school is to provide children with a safe and supportive environment where they can learn and grow.
➤ Schools aim to educate students, not only in subjects but also in important skills like team work, problem solving and kindness.
➤ They help prepare young minds for a bright and successful future by fostering a love of learning and teaching values that will serve them well throughout their lives.
➤ The vision of school is to create a world where every child has the opportunity to reach their full potential. Schools strive to be places of innovation and inclusivity where students from diverse backgrounds can come together to learn and thrive.
➤ The ultimate goal is to empower students to become responsible compassionate and contributing members of society, shaping a better tomorrow for all.
➤ The motto of the school is 'Work is worship'. The objective of the school is to prepare the children to be outstanding citizens of this country.
➤ The objective of the school is to ensure harmonious and healthy development of child's personality, his mental, moral and physical ability to grow into a dignified youth.
➤ The curriculum aims at the development of character, comradeship, the service ideal and a spirit of sportsmanship.
As we cross the milestone of the twenty fifth anniversary of the founding of H.P. Children’s Academy, I cannot help but reminisce about the in time that has elapsed since our founding. Twenty five year ...+More
This Institution has taken wings in 1984 under the creative and effective principalship of Late Mrs. T. Pinto. She was the most competent teacher cum administrator of all times. She had nourished and brought ...+More
H.P. Children’s Academy came into being in 1984 under the able Principalship of Late Mrs. T Pinto who was a stalwart. The effective mentorship of my father Late Dr. T. P. Shahi gave it ...+More
H.P. Children’s Academy is dedicated to excellence in all the work that it does, with the aim of enabling our students to develop as a rounded individuals who can thrive in an increasingly complex ...+More