Little Angels Public School
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It was established in 1980 as a school for the members of the Indian aristocracy. It is situated on a 5-acre (20,000 m2) campus. Children are schooled from pre-primary school through the 10th standard (age 3 to age 16). The school is recognized by the state government. Its administrative body is a non-profit organisation who maintain the school.
The school was started in 1978, by committee members who wanted to give an English medium school to Jaggayyapet students. Initially it was named Little Angels Convent later transformed to Little Angels Public School. The first Principal was Sri Narayanacharyulu, later Principals were Sri Dasaradhraj, Mrs Mary Suvarnam, T.K.V Tirumalacharyulu, Mrs Yunan, and A.V. Ragavulu. Now Sri K. Manohar is the Principal and Sri K.T Acharyulu, who is only one associated with the school right from establishment, is vice-principal.
The school motto is "Be Vigilant".
The House system
The student body is divided into four houses named after Indian mountain ranges:
This division of the student body creates competition between the students. Houses were introduced by Mrs. Unan Than, principal of the school in 1997.
The Prefectorial System
The prefectorial system is used in the school. A School People Leader (SPL)is selected who is physically and academically capable and leads the school assembly for prayer, games etc. The SPL is usually from the higher classes like 10th.
- Blazers (dark navy blue) and ties (dark blue with a white strips insignia in the middle).
- Boys wear white shirts with navy blue shoulder-tabs with a stripe of their house colour across the tabs, and white shorts. Footwear consists of blue socks and black shoes.
- Girls wear white blouses under blue pinafores with belts and blue socks in black school shoes.
- Prefects are given stars, stripes or badges (gold eagles).
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