THE YEAR 2005
EDUCTAION IN A SAFE,
SECURE & UPLIFTING
Admissions are offered only for the following :
Preschool – Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Kindergarten.
Primary – Classes 1 to 5
College – First Year
*The Admission process for the new academic year starts in Mid-October for the school, and for the college in the month of August every year.
*Registration begins and applications are processed at the L.O.S.C. Reception.
*Eligible candidates are called for an Admission Test.
*Successful candidates then appear for an interview, accompanied by their Parents.
*Those who qualify, are offered an Admission letter.
*On acceptance of the ‘Letter of Admission,’ and submission of admission dues, the name of the student is officially registered in the L.O.S.C. log.
*The Registration Fee is non-refundable. Registration does not guarantee admission and is subject to the fulfillment of L.O.S.C. Admissions Criteria.
*The Rights of Admission are reserved.
STUDENTS ASSESSMENT POLICY – SAP
The Student Assessment Policy at L.O.S.C. adopts a comprehensive approach to evaluate important non-academic aspects alongside academic performance, offering a complete picture of each student’s abilities and progress.
The assessment encompasses the following key areas:
- Interpersonal and Communication Skills: Interpersonal skills are crucial in how effectively students interact and communicate with others. This includes verbal and non-verbal communication, self-confidence, collaborative spirit, empathy, and respect for diverse perspectives. Strong communication skills, coupled with language proficiency, not only enhance the learning process but also foster better understanding and meaningful connections. Developing these skills is pivotal for personal growth, upward mobility, and recognition.
- Manners & Courtesy: Encouraging good manners and courtesy in students helps shape their personalities positively and elicits favorable perceptions from others. The value of respect, when reciprocated, leads to harmonious and mutually beneficial relationships. Practicing courtesy extends respect and promotes a culture of cooperation and harmony within the school community.
- Punctuality and Regularity: Punctuality plays a fundamental role in achieving goals and targets. It cultivates self-discipline and instills habits of timely action, from arriving at school on time to completing assignments promptly. Regular attendance in class enhances subject comprehension and fosters consistency, leading to improved performance and academic outcomes.
- Personal Care and Grooming: Promoting a positive self-image in students boosts self-assurance and projects a formidable persona that radiates positive energy. The L.O.S.C. student embodies a smart appearance with neat and clean school attire, polished shoes, and adherence to grooming regulations. Emphasizing personal hygiene, including cleanliness, grooming, and proper dental care, contributes to an overall presentable and confident look.
These four categories form an integral part of the overall assessments, enabling the school to holistically evaluate and nurture students’ personal development alongside their academic achievements. Parental support and monitoring play a vital role in fostering these essential life skills and habits in our students.