The pandemic has ruptured the regular lives of people from all over the globe. The situation has been overwhelming for not just adults but children as well. From the open grounds and classrooms, children have been confined to their rooms, glued to the screens in hopes of continuing their education in the new normal.
As if choosing schools was not hard enough already, the new changes in priorities and the situation of education, in general, has only made the job more challenging. Here are some of the top CBSE schools in Chennai that need to be on your list of options.
- Mount Litera Zee School
MLZS is currently the second most extensive network of private, unaided schools with over 120 branches across the country. Mount Litera was established in 2008 by the Essel Group, under the guidance of Mr. Subhash Chandra. The school was established with the purpose of creating a nurturing and encouraging environment for kids to help find their unique talents and help them reach their full potential. Mount Litera Zee School boasts of state-of-the-art infrastructure and well-trained teaching staff whose main goal is to aid the students’ all-round development.
- Kendriya Vidyalaya, Ashok Nagar
The Ashok Nagar branch upholds the reputation of the country’s several other central schools (Kendriya Vidyalaya). The 3.5 acre marvel was established in 1981 and has done an exemplary job at keeping up with the times and welcoming the technological advancements.
- Maharishi School of Excellence
Maharishi School of Excellence is a part of Maharishi Vidya Mandir chain of schools. The school was established in 2010, spanning over 4.54 acres of land with excellent infrastructure. The school believes in holistic learning, delivered through a unique approach, tailor-made to promote the intellectual growth of the students.
As we move ahead in the new normal, our priorities when looking at schools for our kids are going to change. While infrastructure, reputation and facilities are still going to matter, it has also become necessary to pay attention to how well the school and teaching staff have adapted to the present situation. While the curriculum has been largely altered to fit the forced digital transformation, it is important that the school continues to maintain quality education. Along with the altered curriculum, the school’s preparedness for post covid return of students, and the maintenance of a hygienic environment have also become crucial factors for judging a school.