Academic achievement or (academic) performance is the outcome of education - the extent to which a student, teacher or institution has achieved their educational goals. Academic achievement is commonly measured by examinations or continuous assessment but there is no general agreement on how it is best tested or which aspects are most important - procedural knowledge such as skills or declarative knowledge such as facts.

Childrens first few years of life are crucial to the development of language and social skills. School preparedness in these areas help students adjust to academic expectancies. Another very important enhancer of academic achievement is the presence of physical activity. Studies have shown that physical activity can increase neural activity in the brain. Exercise specifically increases executive brain functions such as attention span and working memory.

Our School Students shine in the fields of Sports, Studies, Extra-Curricular Activities in outside world.

"Rank is a relative position in a society"

Every year our school obtain 100% results in +2 and SSLC public examinations. The students also got state level and district level ranks. Those students are honoured by the school management and staff by giving Awards and Prizes. The School all the students by whom the school become fame.

In the higher secondary examination which has held in March 2015, 179 students appeared and we obtained 100% result. J.Jaculin scored the Ist mark and J.Jenisha Anish bagged, centum in mathematics.

In 10th standard 245 students appeared. The pass percentage is 100. Our school scored the state III rank for the past 3 consecutive years.

No of Centum:
English : 1
Maths : 31
Science : 70
Social Science : 33

Sports & Games
Sport (or sports) is all forms of usually competitive physical activity which, through casual or organised participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing entertainment to participants, and in some cases, spectators. Hundreds of sports exist, from those requiring only two participants, through to those with hundreds of simultaneous participants, either in teams or competing as individuals.

Sport is generally recognised as activities which are based in physical athleticism or physical dexterity, with the largest major competitions such as the Olympic Games admitting only sports meeting this definition, and other organisations such as the Council of Europe using definitions precluding activities without a physical element from classification as sports. However, a number of competitive, but non-physical, activities claim recognition as mind sports.

The International Olympic Committee (through ARISF) recognises both chess and bridge as bonafide sports, and SportAccord, the international sports federation association, recognises five non-physical sports, although limits the amount of mind games which can be admitted as sports.

A part rom excelling in academics, our students also take part in various activities conducted in the school as well as outside, which are essential or the all round development of the students.

♦  In the field of sports and games, I feel proud to announce that we encourage our students in various zonal level as well as District level competition and many of them made us proud by their achievements.

♦  Our students won many prizes in Kuzhithurai Educational District level Competitions. Some are,

   1. T.Pravin (Std: XI) - 1500 MT Running

   2. R.Akash Rajan (Std: X) - 100 MT Running

   3. S.P.Beutlin (Std: VIII) - 200 MT Running

   4. Moses Sam Raj (Std: XII) - Shot Put

   5. J.T.Bharath Chandran - Table Tennis(Junior)

   6. Asline - Shot Put

♦  Two of our students A.J.Asline and S.Aushka took part in the Kanyakumari District Level Competition and have been selected to state level competition in Tennikoit. R.Rayan Singh (Std: X) has been selected to participate in the National level competition "Kambu Sandai".

Extra - Curricular Activities
In addition to Academics and various Sports & Games, there are many co-curricular activities conducted throughout the year. Some of the competitions which are held in this year are Calligraphy, Elocution, Fancy dress, Song (Solo and Group), Essay writing, Drawing and Dance. These competitions were conducted housewise and the students got opportunities to show their talents. On the whole these various competitions enhance the students to discover their caliber and talent.

Apart from this special teachers have been appointed for the promotion of Art & Craft, Silampam and Yoga in our school. Bharatnatyam is taught in our school, a glimse of which will be given in our cultural programme.

Besides taking part in different competitions students appeared for various tests like Maths talent exam conducted by Karnataka Academy. 221 students have participated in Universal talent exam conducted by Shekespear Institute of English.

Above 546 students have been enrolled their names for the Aptitude Enhancement programme during 2015-2016. Zone level and State level Awards will be given for the winners.

More than 243 students participated in the Art and Literary competition conducted by Agram Educational Trust. 76 students bagged medals and 10 students were awarded with trophies.

Our students take active part in National Green Corps, Bharath Scouts & Guides and Junior Red Cross.

All major festivals and important days are celebrated with warmth and enthusiasm. Our students take active participation in all these celebrations. This year too, Independence day, Teacher's Day, Children's Day, Christmas, Sports day, Grandparents day were celebrated with all pomp and glory.

The birthday of Bharat Ratna.K.Kamaraj was celebrated on 15-07-2016 as Educational Awakening day. To ensure the great ability of KG Buds be organized Colours day, Fruits day, Flowers day, Toys day etc.

The mission of the school should capture all of the elements, surface them, and integrate them. The mission is the starting point, not the ending point. Everyone involved in the school-from parents and students, to teachers, staff, and administrators, to external auditors and community members-needs to know the mission and how their work supports it.

From the mission, schools and their leaders need a specified set of purposeful language, actions, and routines designed to make students and other stakeholders feel welcome, comfortable, important, and understood. They also need a specified set of purposeful language, actions, and routines that identify organizational systems-practices that build the culture of achievement.