Principal Message

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  • “The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence. But we find that this education of sympathy is not only systematically ignored in schools, but it is severely repressed. From our very childhood habits are formed and knowledge is imparted in such a manner that our life is weaned away from nature and our mind and the world are set in opposition from the beginning of our days. Thus the greatest of educations for which we came prepared is neglected, and we are made to lose our world to find a bagful of information instead. We rob the child of his earth to teach him geography and of language to teach him grammar. His hunger is for the Epic, but he is supplied with chronicles of facts and dates. He was born in the human world but is banished into the world of living gramophones, to expiate for the original sin of being born in ignorance. Child-nature protests against such calamity with all its power of suffering, subdued at last into silence by punishment.” — Rabindranath Tagore.

    We, at Vahe Global Academy link education with nature and are proud to introduce ourselves as one of the Best Integrated School integrating both the Western and Eastern education systems.

    We integrate creativity with effort, healthy interaction with courtesy, Individualism with teamwork, inclusion with separation and fulfilment with results.

    We promote individual approaches with an enormous amount of practice to make our students be much more productive. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom scenario rather than to remain ordinary recipients working under the authority of teachers.

    Our teachers take great pains to intermingle children with special needs with all other students. We not only encourage individualism by designing lot many activities that promote intrapersonal development, vocal expression of their personal opinions and learning from mistakes committed but also organize activities grouping them house-wise for developing the skills required to build a strong team. These will encourage students to find fulfilment in their studies rather than studying for the sake of it, achieving a rank or just to satisfy others