Little Angels High School, Gwalior



Little Angels High School, Gwalior was founded in the year of 1990 by Tina Olyai and Sunil Olyai. Encompassing a total area of 7.2 acres of land, Little Angels High School is one of the prominent Gwalior schools that impart quality education to the students. A co-educational institution, Little Angels High School has strength of 2200 students.

Situated on the Shivpuri Link Road in the periphery of the city of Gwalior, Little Angels High School is an ISO 9001:2000 Certified educational institution that imparts computer aided knowledge to the students. Accredited to the Central Board of Secondary Education, Little Angels High School aims at all round development of personalities of the students.

Equipped with modern infrastructural amenities, the reputed educational institution of Little Angels High School provided world class knowledge to the students. The school has been awarded with the covetous prize of the Best Library Award of 2004.The library of well known co-educational institution of Gwalior has a vast reserve of books, journals and magazines.

Little Angels High School attaches supreme importance to outdoor as well as indoor games. The school campus supports Basket Ball Court, Football and Hockey ground and Kho-kho Court. The school offers the students with variety of indoor games of Table Tennis, Chess and other exciting games.

The reputed school provides the students with classes in performing arts of dance and music. Art and Craft is given due importance in the educational curriculum of Little Angels High School of Gwalior. The multimedia library, JIL Technology and computer laboratory enables the students to amass wide gamut of knowledge with the help of modern technology.

Little Angels High School of Gwalior has 125 highly qualified teachers who encourage students to take part in co-curricular activities for development of mental faculties and physical stamina.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

     


     

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