Learning at School

A school is an educational establishment designed to offer learning spaces and various learning environments for students under the instruction of qualified instructors. Generally, most countries now have systems of public formal education, which can be either mandatory or optional. In such systems, students proceed through a sequence of educational institutions based on their social and educational needs. There are also private schools, some of which are very famous and highly regarded.


Every school has its own purpose and structure. It is an opportunity for students to develop themselves and learn about various subjects, including English, Math, Science, History, Art and Social Sciences. In addition to this, it provides students with a structured set of academic and co-curricular activities, including schoolwork, school festivals, club meetings, and extracurricular activities. In the United States, most school districts require students to attend a public school. However, there are also private schools available in some regions. Private schools often provide state-of-the art facilities, along with exceptional scholarship and loan opportunities.

The school year starts with the academic year, when students begin to take classes such as English, Math, History, Science, Art, Home Economics, and Social Studies. The academic year ends with the carnival, when students graduate from their schools and may compete in various contests organized by the school. The primary objective of the school is to ensure that all students acquire the basic academic knowledge and skills necessary for them to enter the higher rungs of the educational system. Secondary school, if available, helps students improve their skills in reading, writing, math, science and other subjects. High school, on the other hand, provides specialized academic training and preparation for a university degree or professional certification.