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Sri Sathya Sai Vidhya Vihar is a school in Visakhapatnammarker, Andhra Pradeshmarker, India. The school began functioning in the year 1984. It was opened by the then district collector Sri Ajey Kallam. The school began its mission mainly based on the teachings of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

The school is located in Sector 8, MVP Colony, Visakhapatnam. The school has an imposing circular structure as its main building. Also enclosed in the campus is a prayer hall(mandir) which is used regularly for conducting religious and service activities. Though the school is not directly affiliated with the central trust of Sri Sathya Sai Organizations, Prasanthi Nilayam, it does receive guidance from these quarters. It has perhaps been the most sought after school. The school tries to educate its students with the awareness of social and spiritual construct of the country.

The first principal was Ms. Prameela Abburi. She served in that post from 1984 until 2000. She was succeeded by Ms. A. Kausalya, who continues to be the principal till date.

The school runs under CBSE system of education teaching from L.K.G through standard 10. The school has very high success rates throughout right from its inspection. In the recent years, the school has been achieving highest grades of the entire city. It has evolved academically as one of the best schools in the city. There are four different houses in the school. All students are members of one of these houses viz. Sathya, Dharma, Shanthi and Prema. Each of these students will be bearing yellow, red, blue and green flaps respectively to indicate which house they belong to.

The school has also got an active alumni organization called as Students of Sai(SOS). As stated in the website "Students of Sai" of the organization, the main mission behind this organization is to serve the needy and assist newer generations of students.

The school's morning assembly includes, talks by teachers, students etc. Every Thursday there will be a bhajan session which is in line with the activities of Sri Sathya Sai Organizations. Other days morning assembly includes singing songs of all the religions, chanting of hymns etc. The school strictly promotes the unity of religions. The school recently had its silver jubilee celebrations.

References

  1. http://www.hindu.com/2008/11/21/stories/2008112151290200.htm The Hindu News, Friday, Nov 21, 2008
  2. http://www.studentsofsai.com "Students of Sai"



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