"There are two types of education- one that teaches you how to make a living and the other that teaches you how to live."
The agenda of education at Apollo Convent is to focus more on formation of the youth rather than just imparting knowledge. In a world that is getting more and more bankrupt on basic human values Apollians are trained to become better human beings. The school inculcates the qualities of a passion for excellence, desire for freedom, courage, confidence, spirit of inquisitiveness etc. in its students.
- To develop in the student an attitude of openness to growth and enable him to begin to take responsibility for his own growth.
- To prepare the student to be intellectually competent: to promote the development of the intellectual skills, understanding, and mastery of the academic requirements necessary for advanced forms of education and for life.
- To help the student to become a loving person: to assist him in the establishment of his own identity and in his movement beyond self-centeredness toward more significant relationships with others.
- To foster in the student a commitment to doing justice: to help him develop as a person for others and to prepare him to take his place as a competent , concerned, and responsible member of society.
- Broadening their horizons so that their world encompasses the whole of mankind.
- Deepening their thoughts so that their learning becomes the means to achieve that perfection of mind in which analytical reasoning goes hand in hand with logical conclusion.
- Helping them incorporate the essential values of goodness, honesty, humility and discipline as an integral part of their being.
- Guiding them to become contented individuals whose strength lies in their ability to face adversities without fear and overcome challenges with confidence.
- Inculcating in them the sense of gender sensitivity so that they learn to treat everyone as equal and rise above the barriers of discrimination of any kind.