The Little Star High School, Adilabad

The Little Star High School, Adilabad started as a hostel in 1975 with only 20 boys from remote areas of the Adilabad district. Recognising the need of parents to provide quality education to children, the Prince Education Committee established the School in the Patan District of Adilabad in 1978.

The Little Star High School is one of the leading schools in Adilabad. This popular school is highly acclaimed for its excellent teachers, progressive curriculum, extra-curricular programmes and experiential learning.

With a modest beginning in 1975 as a hostel, the School was home to 20 boys from remote areas of the Adilabad district. In 1978, the Prince Education Committee established the English-medium school with the primary section and enrolled over 110 students. It was later expanded to a secondary school in 1985. In 2002, the Aga Khan Education Service, India, brought the School under its network, enhancing its educational methodology. Today the School serves over 1200 students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds, enrolled from pre-primary to high-school.

At the school, we believe in nurturing the talent and curiosity in our students, and hence follow an education technique of child-initiated learning that was developed by AKES. In senior classes, we use the prescribed syllabus of the Telangana State Board coupled with innovative methods of teaching to make the learning process more engaging.

In order to foster the holistic development of our students, we offer a healthy combination of academic and extra-curricular activities. We also focus on the professional development of our teachers and keeping them up to date with latest educational resources and new technologies.

Each day, we endeavour to promote the overall growth of our students so that they can become contributing leaders in our communities.