Adarsha Vidyalaya

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Adarsha Vidyalaya
Location
Sahakar Nagar, Shell Colony, Chembur
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, 400 071, India
Coordinates 19°04′N 72°53′E / 19.06°N 72.89°E / 19.06; 72.89 (Adarsha Vidyalaya)Coordinates: 19°04′N 72°53′E / 19.06°N 72.89°E / 19.06; 72.89 (Adarsha Vidyalaya)
Information
School type Co-education Affiliated school
Opened 1958 (1958)
Status Open
School board Maharashtra State Board
School district Mumbai Suburban District
Authority Kerala People's Education Soc.
Session Day
Headmaster Mrs.Leena Nair
Number of students approx. 2000
Classes offered Nursery to S.S.C
Medium of language English
Language English,Hindi,Marathi,Malyalam
Campus type Urban
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Accreditation A+

Adarsha Vidyalaya, is an English medium school located in Sahakar Nagar, Shell Colony, Chembur. It is run by the 'Kerala Peoples Education Society (KPES)' and was established in 1958. The school is one of the few Mumbai schools that offer Malayalam as a subject in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination. Tamil is offered as a subject till standard 7th. Urdu is also taught in the school. English is a compulsory language for the students to speak in the school premises.

Campus[edit]

The school has a science and computer lab, library, and an audio-visual room.

SSC curriculum[edit]

The school offers studies up to SSC (Xth standard), and is affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board. The school achieved 100 percent result in 2010-11. Subjects taught include English as a First Language, Malayalam, Tamil, Urdu.

Activities[edit]

The school has participated in inter-school sports competition and is known for the students dance performances in inter school.[citation needed]

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