Some Frequently Asked Question

1. What makes this school special?

We provide a highly tailored international education that is both conventional in values and modern in methodology, with the goal of assisting students in becoming curious, eager, and resilient learners. We teach internationally recognized curricula that prepare our pupils to be global citizens. All of our pupils receive great academic results. To transform learning, we think beyond standard education. Your child’s learning will be aided by our professional teachers. We seek out and hire exceptional teachers from all over the region.

2. What is this school proud of?

Radiant School, which first opened its doors in 2057 B.S., has been serving students in grades 11 and 12. The school is dedicated to excellent educational outcomes, as well as the well-being and safety of its students and community. We place a high emphasis on offering an excellent education to all of our pupils in order to prepare them for globalization.

Radiant school’s staff is dedicated to continual professional development. Teachers review student data, and plan for the next learning cycle every week. Analyzing student data on a regular and aggregated basis ensures that each child is educated at their level of need and that their progress is tracked. All teachers and staff are responsible for the learning and well-being of all pupils.

Radiant School offers three primary learning sessions per day, beginning with four hours of subjective learning and two hours of practical lessons, followed by an hour of tutoring classes and other curricular capabilities. We have capable teachers who allow students to excel in a variety of areas across the curriculum.

3. How diverse is this school?

Race, ethnicity, and tribal affiliation are examples of diversity, but it also includes, financial level, first-generation status, cultural background, and gender. Because differing perspectives assist pupils to learn from one another, Radiant School emphasizes a diverse class. Radiant school provides pupils with a wider range of worldviews to ponder and engage with. We acknowledge that diversity is insufficient without fairness, inclusion, and justice, and that this can lead to further harm. So, we focus on and aspire on student leadership to be representative to eliminate the systems and structures that perpetuate injustice, inequity, and exclusion through diversity.

4. How many students attend this school?

Today, public schools are the paradigmatic form of school choice available to parents in the public education system; however there is also opportunity for school choice among traditional public schools. This institution is expected to enroll 2000 pupils.

5. How financially sound is this school?

The state of the physical facilities of the school, certain new initiatives including online pedagogical strategies, online programs, free tutorial, reserved quotas, granting scholarships, investment on students through different stadium activity and launching new initiatives and partnerships to have both the resources and mindset are the parameter to justify that this institution is financially sound.

6. What is the status of the building and also the average class size of regular courses?

The Department of Education introduced the Institutional School Standard and Management Directives, 2012, which established the standard size of earthquake-resistant institutional school buildings and classrooms. According to the directives, new institutional schools must have two doors with a width of 1.1 meter and three 3*4 foot windows that provide appropriate air and light flow.

At the secondary level, the classroom should be 1.2 square feet per student. And we’ve managed it in the same manner. The school has got separate rooms for Principal, Teaching Staff, Administration, Account section, Library, Store, and Practical rooms. In each class, the total number of students does not exceed 50.

7. How easy or difficult is it to enroll in the courses students need?

You will feel prepared and establish a timetable that will help you get the most out of your classes and educational experience if you spend some time organizing your studies prior to enrollment.

  • Decide which curriculum requirements to focus on.
  • Think about fulfilling your general education requirements.
  • Round out your schedule with electives that interest you.
  • Talk to your advisor.
  • Find your school’s class bulletin.
  • Research the classes you are interested in.
  • Register as soon as you can.
  • Consider online courses.

8. How much time do students typically spend on regular classes/tutorial classes/homework?

For students in secondary school, a large part of learning occurs in the classroom with homework used to support class activities. However, students spend a shorter period in class and spend more time learning outside of the classroom. This shift to an independent learning structure means that students should expect to spend more time on homework than they did during lower classes.

Radiant School offers three primary learning sessions per day, beginning with four hours of subjective learning and two hours of practical lessons, followed by an hour of tutoring classes and other curricular capabilities. We have capable teachers who allow students to excel in a variety of areas across the curriculum.

9. How much reading and writing is expected?

The notion is that pupils need more explicit teaching on how to read, think, and write analytically in order to be prepared for the secondary level. They should be able to derive meaning not only from classroom textbooks, but also from historical primary materials, scientific journals, and other (often complex) nonfiction books in order to supplement their course of study. As a result, after monitoring the class and speaking with the students, Radiant School establishes directions.

10. How do you provide academic advice to students?

Our proficient academic advisers recognize that each student and each advising encounter is unique, and they may change their style, strategies, and approaches to fit the student’s needs and circumstances. We believe that individual relationships are at the heart of good advising. Advising isn’t something you do to a student; at its best, it’s a continual, open, collaborative, authentic, honest, genuine, fluid interchange between people. Radiant School advisors are open-minded. They want to become more conscious of their biases and create inviting, inclusive workplaces for students.

11. What tutoring services do you have?

Tutoring is one of the oldest forms of education. Radiant School believes that tutoring’s goal is to help students educate themselves by assisting or guiding them to the point where they can learn independently. Tutoring provides a more individualized, methodical, and structured learning environment. It also boosts students’ self-esteem, attitude toward the subject, academic success, and personal development. We provide students with a variety of learning options at Radiant School like: Tutoring on a one-on-one basis, Supplementary instructions and Embedded Tutoring.

12. Do you have an orientation program for newcomers and/or transfer students?

Yes, we do conduct an orientation program. Orientation is crucial since it establishes the framework for a new student’s whole academic career. First impressions are significant since they set the tone for the rest of the experience. Without orientation, a newcomer or transferred student may feel uneasy in his or her new situation and take longer to realize his or her full potential.

13. What are the requirements to receive a merit scholarship?

      To be qualified for the merit scholarship program, a student must first:

  1. Pass the school’s entrance exam
  2. Must be enrolled as a full-time student
  3. Participate in additional school-sanctioned activities

14. What percentage of students receives scholarships?

The school’s Management Committee has established some quotas, and we also provide scholarships in accordance with the regulations of National Education Board of Nepal. If a scholarship is repeated, the one with the highest financial value shall be awarded.

15. Do you award extra scholarships for specific cases and talents?

Student Specific Scholarships are awards given to students who attend school on a regular basis. A wide range of different forms of grants are provided to a wide range of students. They can, however, be divided into two categories: need-based awards and merit-based grants. Need-based grants are those that require an application yet are given to students who meet their criteria or “needs.” Merit-based awards are given to students who excel academically or in extracurricular activities.

16. Does your institution give athletic scholarships?

The school awards scholarships to the top athletes who have competed in numerous local, national, and worldwide sports contests and have used sports to contribute to the dignity and respect of their society and country.