A winner never stops Learning at The Learning School.

"Once a student has committed to a way of life, he puts the greatest strength in the world behind him. It's something we call heart power.
Once a student has committed, nothing will stop him short of success."


If a student wants to pursue his education at The Learning School, the administration requests that their parents visit the campus. Parents first get an admission form from the school's office and pay a non-refundable registration fee of one hundred rupees. The applicants are later requested to fill out the form on campus. Upon submitting this form, they are given a date and time for their children to appear. The student arrives for an interview and an assessment test on this date. If the student has the potential and passes out, TLS feels proud to have him on campus. The school's team and the teachers give their best efforts to galvanize the mind of this young soul so that he not only brightens his future but also turns out to be an asset to society.

Announcement of Results

The school's staff updates the parents with the interview results and the assessment test. If the student gets through these stages, the school's accountant issues a fee voucher to the parents. The one-month tuition fee is to be paid within a stipulated period specified by the accountant. After the admission, the parents are to submit the following documents:

• Admission fee receipt
• Original School Leaving Certificate of the previous school (if applicable)
• The security deposit receipt
• A copy of the receipt of paid Admission Fee voucher,
• Two passport-size photographs of the candidate,
• Photocopy of the birth certificate
• All information parents provide should be correct, and the specified dates should pay the fee. Failure to do so results in the cancellation of admission.


   Uniforms must be clean and neatly pressed.
• Black shoes must be cleaned regularly.
• Girls may not wear jewellery, including rings, chains, bracelets, and glass bangles. Parents are advised to restrict gold earrings to small studs. The use of multi-coloured ribbons, hair bands, and clips is prohibited.
• Boys may not come to school with long hair or untidy haircuts.
• The following breaches of discipline are strictly forbidden during school hours or on school property at any time, and offenders are liable to suspension;
• Bring pets, record players, tape recorders, radios, video games, and cards to a school, lending or borrowing money.
• They keep or carry unauthorized medicines: betting, gambling, lotteries, or other games of chance.
• They are Breaking the bounds during school hours—failure to attend classes or participate in activities without good cause.
• They are Insubordination or failure to obey instructions.
• The following are strictly forbidden, and offenders may be expelled from the school. The Principal or Head of the School shall be the final judge.
• Using unfair means in examinations and tests.
• Stealing
• Indulgence in immoral acts.
• They are rude to staff, including verbal abuse or physical assault.
• They continually indulge in activities that may cause disaffection or discontentment.
• They are keeping or carrying firearms, knives, or weapons of any sort.
• They are smoking or using drugs or intoxicants.
• Expressing disrespect by word or deed for the school, its property, and its rules.
• They are distributing undesirable printed material/books/magazines.
• Consistently poor academic performance.
• They Refusal to pay school fees/ dues.
• They are endangering the safety of others.

Rules of Conduct

  • Punctuality is essential
  • Late arrivals must report to the late arrival duty teacher. Lateness may result in the student being sent home.
  • Students may not leave the school premises before the end of the school day unless prior permission is obtained from the Head of School.
  • Correct school uniforms must be worn to school, in school, and at home from school.
  • On return to school, an absent student must bring a note signed by a parent. This note must state the dates of absence, the reason for the absence, the name, and the student's class.
  • If a test or examination is missed because of illness, a medical certificate must accompany the note from the parent.
  • Causing physical injury to others or using offensive language is unacceptable behaviour and might result in suspension.
  • Respect for school property and the property of others must be taught from early childhood. In cases of deliberate damage, parents will bear the expenses incurred by their children.
  • Each student will obey the following classroom rules, which are based on courtesy, common sense, and consideration for others:
  • Arrive on time and be fully prepared for each class. Only enter the classroom at the discretion of the teacher. Obey the instructions of the teacher.
  • Do not act in a way that interferes with the rights of others to learn. For example, refrain from engaging in offensive behaviour and using abusive language.
  • Do not chew a piece of gum, eat or drink in class. At the end of a course, leave the room clean and tidy and do not depart until the teacher directs.

Parents - Teachers Meeting

Parents-teacher meetings, held thrice a year, are obligatory for parents to attend because they give them an ideal opportunity to confer with their child's class teacher. However, parents who wish to meet a teacher at any other time may do so only by prior appointment made through the Head of School. If a teacher wishes to meet a parent, he sends intimation through the school homework diary or a letter. Meetings usually occur in the presence of the Principal, Vice Principal, or Section Coordinator.

Assessment / Interview

An informal individual assessment test is administered to the child for Nursery class.
K.G to Class 12
Applicants undertake a written test in Core Subjects.