School: A Place Of and For Love
Schools always had a good influence on children's overage. It is always found that the students hate school most of their school years but later when they are about to leave school or had left school, realize that they lived the best days in school. Students criticize schools because of the exams, assessments, assignments, homework, boring studies, scolding, discipline, and much more. What makes it lovable are the friends who become family with growing years. The carefree life that one lives during school days is what makes it special. You just learn and learn and learn, and play and play and play at school, out from the vicious world of money. You are happy there, and this is what you earn in school apart from the knowledge and education. Each one of us at least spends almost 12 years of our life at school with our friends, teachers, and staff members and 6 to 8 hours every day; if you were lucky enough, then you got the chance to live a hostel life 24*7 within the school campus.
Every day getting yourself dressed into the same dress of just one color and looking at everyone in the same colors is kind of boring, yet it never felt so. Instead, you felt more united. This unity tied you all together, yet you were able to outshine each other with the kind of uniqueness you carry with you. Embracing your goodies, brushing up your persona, and building new characteristics is what you learn and on the other side, being selfish and ill-mannered is what you shake off.
All about Chennai in Education
Chennai is a city of development with multiple technical and non-technical opportunities for new aspirants. Chennai had some of the All-India ranked schools located within the city for the students. Chennai is the second metropolitan city in the row with a more than 90 percent literacy rate. The schools here are primarily either English medium or Tamil medium with other languages as their second language. The city has, on average, more than 300 schools with public schools under Chennai Co-corporation with Tamil Nadu State Board affiliation while other private schools run individually with CBSE board, ICSE board, CISCE, NIOS board, IBDP, or Montessori System. Even some of the schools are affiliated with multiple school boards where children and parents can choose their favorite. Like everywhere in India, Chennai also offers a 10+2+3 plan with ten years of schooling (excluding pre-schooling or KG levels), two years of senior secondary education ( 11th and 12th grade), and then three years of an undergraduate program.
This is the basic or the standard plan, while students who wish to study further can do it with two years of master's extended with their research works. The city has plenty of public libraries for the students, including British Council Libraries, American Libraries, Connemara Public Library, and Anna Centenary Library. Anna Centenary Library is the largest library in Asia, while Connemara Public Library is amongst the four libraries in India that receive copies of all the books and newspapers published in the country. Chennai also hosts an annual book fair for all the Tamil publishers to showcase their publications, and this is the largest book fair in Tamil Nadu.
Here is the list of some of the best schools in Chennai:
- Chettinad Vidyashram
- Vivekananda Vidyalaya
- Maharishi School of Excellence
- Don Bosco School
- The British International School
- Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Rajaji Vidyashram
- Shishya School
- Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School
- Modern Senior Secondary School
- Sacred Heart School
- Abacus Montessori School
- Chennai Public School
- Orchids International School
- La Chatelaine Junior School
- Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School