One thing we hear often from students is that at Lohia's, they feel like home, and for years our alumni have reported the same. Fostering this sense of community is something our school has always valued. Since 1986, students at Lohia's Little Angles have been learning and growing in an environment where they feel comfortable, safe and supported.
This sense of belonging is a result of not only what we do, but how we do it. Our individualized approach to teaching and learning is evident at every level and in every area of school life.
Our aim to improve the creative intelligence of the students. We encourage each and every child to be fit for the competitive world. Our endeavor is to instill in each child higher values of life, to make correct decisions between right and wrong. We strive to build their character to make them devoted citizens of India.
The underlying philosophy of the school is to empathize with not just only the students but also with the parents. We are here to help the students reach the zenith of their abilities.
Watch your child at all times, as children do not understand the danger. Supervision of your children is key to their safety because of Active supervision of your children.
All our teachers are well trained and skilled to help children achieve the optimum result. They are patient and accessible for all the students at all the time in the school.
We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.
My Child is studying in this school from Class 1. The teachers are very supportive and she loves to school. Does not want to miss the school for even 1 day.Ms Saira Khanam Mother of Zara Khanam, VI B
My son is in class X and i am not worried about his results. The excellent faculty ensures my child understands and delivers. Thank you everyoneMr. Razzak Baig Father of Mirza Baig, X A
The school methodology is very good. They focus on all round development of the children. This is very important. My son has become more confident.Ms Archana Agarwal Mother of Dheeraj Agarwal, VIII B