Farewell for grade X students was organized on the 21st st of January 2023, the program started with the prayer seeking the blessings of the almighty. In an emotionally surcharged atmosphere inside St Maria auditorium, the students, parents staff, and management of ARADHANA ACADEMY bid adieu to the Students of the 2022-2023 Batch at a grand farewell function, the principal, Sister Siji, spoke encouraging words of wisdom for the students which were followed by a special felicitation to the students. A special memento was given to each student as a token of love and remembrance. A video presentation by the school made everyone mushy. It reminded them of their year’s memory Thus, an environment of enthusiasm was experienced and it was a memorable event for all in the department


We celebrated our Principals’ Day by appreciating, and thanking her for her hard work, leading school communities, and creating an environment where young learners can grow and succeed not only academically but also in society.



World Students' Day is widely celebrated on October 15 to mark the birth anniversary of former President APJ Abdul Kalam. So, on account of World Students day, we had a Quiz competition conducted on 15th October 2022.

We had the prelims round conducted in the classroom and the final selection of teams was announced consisting of 4 members in each team with different team names. On Saturday, we had the Final round of the Quiz competition with 3 rounds. Along with the 2 questions round, we had the picture round as the last round. All the participants were excited and well-prepared. The winning team was awarded mementos and certificates.

Children's day

November 14 is celebrated as Children’s Day or Bal Diwas annually in India. The special day is celebrated in remembrance of India’s first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru. This year children's day at Aradhana Academy was joyous for all the kids. The children were colorfully dressed and were looking like glittering stars. we celebrated by putting up a magic show in our auditorium which was enjoyed by every student. They were happy to see that lovely magic show followed by a movie. The little ones in Kids World celebrated Children's day in their favorite McDonald's. The excitement level of kids with Burgers, fries, music, and a dance party was a sight to see. Teachers made their day special by giving students sweets and chocolate. Students were filled with joy and happiness.


Kannada rajyotsava was celebrated with patriotism. Students started the assembly with an introduction and the importance of Kannada rajyotsava followed by Prayer. Students were dressed in various costumes like Kannadambe, Kittur Rani Chenamma, Onake Obavva, and Rani Lakshmi Bai, the freedom fighters from Karnataka who rebelled against the British. They were also dressed in costumes of the Kodagu and Uttara Karnataka districts. The students of class 8th entertained everyone with “Kolaata”, the traditional folk dance of Karnataka for the popular Kannada song, and ended with Naada geethe.

Parents Day celebration

Parental love is the only love that is truly selfless, unconditional and forgiving.” We Aradhana Academy celebrated Parents day on 27th August, 2022 to celebrate their parenthood. We took this opportunity to express our love and make them feel special by engaging them in different activities.

Teachers Day celebration

On 5th September 2022, Aradhana Academy organized Teachers’ Day celebration on the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former president of our country and a visionary educatorto appreciate the role played by teachers in the life of students–the leaders of tomorrow.


Freedom in mind, faith in heart, memories in the soul. Let's salute the nation with spirit and gratitude in our hearts.

Van mahotsav special assembly (2022-2023) - July 5th, 2022.

Van mahotsav is an annual tree planting movement in India which initially began in 1950. The name Van mahotsav means the festival of trees. It has gained significant importance every year. Millions of saplings are planted across India in observation of van Mahotsav.

Van Mahotsav is celebrated is all throughout the India on July-5th .Special assembly was conducted in ARADHANA SCHOOL on July 5th heading Sr. Siji, Sr. Molly and Sr. Shainy. Series of events which was conducted on this day are as fallows.

  • Van Mahotsav program started with our school prayer and followed by a prayer song by choir group.
  • Speech was given on the introduction and importance of Van Mahotsav, why it is celebrated and how it was carried forward by great leaders and their achievements on plantation of trees.
  • Wonderful thematic performance by primary children of grade 1about importance of trees.
  • Melodious song sung by the Choir group HEAL THE WORLD which created pleasant atmosphere how the greenery heal the world.
  • Primary child has explained about green warriors who helped in nurturing the nature.
  • Clear presentation given through skit by grade 4 on Chipko movement (The Chipko movement was a forest conservation movement which was originated in the year 1973 in India),this event would create some awareness among the students the importance of saving forests.
  • A clear awareness of planting trees is created with a great act by primary students.
  • Price distribution done by the Sr.SiJi, Sr.Molly, Sr.Shainy for the winners of public speaking on the topic van mahotsav.
  • The program van mahotsav is concluded with vote of thanks by thanking everyone and school anthem. Thank you.


Investitures ceremony

The investiture ceremony of Aradhana academy for the academic year 2022-2023 started with ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­band set in a special way at the school ground. The event was presided over by the chief guest Mr. Antony Raju. The investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school elected members will follow. Cabinet members pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. We believe that the child centric approach will frame a responsible citizen. The ceremony was held with lots of zeal and zest.

The elected leaders were conferred with badges and sashes by Honorable chief guest Mr. Antony Raju, Our beloved Principal Sr.Siji, Vice Principal Sr. Moly, and Administrative Sr. Shiny. The students took the pledge to hold the school motto in high esteem. The chief guest and our reverence Sisters congratulated the leaders and advised them to be impartial and honest in discharging their duties and also advised them to be role models and lead by the example of godly wisdom. The ceremony concluded with the school Anthem.


Nowadays, it is believed that the best educational systems constitute not only a curriculum but also extra/co-curricular social or cultural activities which have many advantages. These activities lead to positive long-term outcomes in individual lives. Co-curricular activities help students to develop problem-solving, reasoning, and critical thinking. It helps students to develop skills beyond the knowledge of subjects. It helps to exhibit a person’s potential in the area of interest, skill, or talent.

After the successful event of the Environmental day celebration, we started with our very first Curricular Activity related to the Environment. The event started with the welcoming of our Principal Sr. Siji, Vice Principal Sr. Moly, and Counsellor Sr. Mary by tying the Green wrist bands which symbolize the quote “Go Green to keep our Earth Clean”. The welcome speech from Grade 9 continued with a beautiful Prayer song by Pranav from Grade 9. Sr. Siji, the principal gave a speech on the importance of conducting curricular activities and the benefits of it. In addition to it, she gave a small speech on the life struggle of US President Barack Obama. Subsequently, Students from Grade 7 performed a graceful dance on “How to Save Environment”.

We had multiple talented students from Grade 8 and Grade 9 who participated in a 2-min speech competition about their favorite plant. Followed by the announcement of prizes for Poster Making by Grade 6 and 7 by our Co-Ordinator Mrs. Usha Devi and Prize distribution was done by our Principal Sr. Siji.

Before declaring the winners for the 2 min speech, we had a melodious song by Pranav from Grade 9. Prizes were distributed by Sr. Moly and concluded the program with a Vote of Thanks and Prayer.

“Learning beyond the Class room”


Save Soil – a Global Movement to invoke a conscious approach to soil and planet in all. One of the main objectives of the movement is to show across the world that their citizens want policies that revitalize ecology and soil.

Students of Aradhana Academy on May 26th had taken part in the session conducted by Save Soil committee members.

Students wrote Letter to PM Narendra Modi to connect the rapid depletion of soil organic


Sooner or later, we will have to recognize that the earth has rights too, to live without pollution. What mankind must know is that human beings cannot live without Mother Earth, but the planet can live without humans.

“The world is not to be put in order. The world is in order. It is for us to put ourselves in unison with this order.”- Henry Miller.

World Environment Day on 5 June is the biggest international day for the environment. Led by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and held annually since 1973. The event has grown to be the largest global platform for environmental outreach, with millions of people from across the world engaging to protect the planet. In Aradhana Academy, the Environmental Day celebration has always been an educational and awareness program for our children to save and protect our environment. The morning celebration was started with a welcome speech followed by a prayer song by the school choir. Planting of saplings by our Principal Sr. Siji, Vice Principal Sr. Moly, Counsellor Sr. Mary, Treasurer Sr. Regina. The students exhibited various forms related to our nature in the form of Fancy dresses in Grade 1-4. Speech about the environment by the students of Grade 5. The students of Grade 6 presented a song dedicated to the environment and realization about saving our nature. The students of Grade 7, prepared and displayed posters creating awareness of preserving and protecting our mother earth. The students from classes 8, 9, and 10 presented a Mime show and illustrated the message to Save a tree, Save water, Save Soil, and Avoid Air pollution was successfully delivered to the audience.

We have Only One Earth. Let's take care of it.