Alauddin Ahmed Cadet Academy
Alauddin Ahmed Cadet Academy (Bengali: আলাউদ্দিন আহমেদ ক্যাডেট একাডেমি) is an combined primary to secondary school in Kushtia, Bangladesh. It has 1 Campus and around 500 students. It is named after the Kushtia's famous social worker, Dr. Alauddin Ahmed.
History[edit | edit source]
The school began at “Rajbari”, in 2010. Famous social worker Dr. Alauddin Ahmed, MD of the Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Ltd (HPL). With his support, the school was named in his honor.
Campuses[edit | edit source]
The main campus in "Rajbari", 97 Nuruddin Ahmed Road, Aruapara, Kushtia about a 5-floor building. With new admissions, the school gradually introduced multiple sections, afternoon shifts.
Curriculum[edit | edit source]
There is Bengali-medium courses of study in three programmes: humanities, science, and commerce. As of 2017, the school had 14 teachers. Enrollment is approximately 500. The school section admits students from all branches of the school and from other areas of Bangladesh.
Extracurricular activities[edit | edit source]
Students actively participate in cultural programmes, debates, and sports. The school arranges cultural programs where students can show their talent, such as Pohela Boishakh, International Mother Language Day, etc. Besides these, students participate in parades and displays held in Kushtia stadium on Independence Day. Clubs arrange collaborative events where students of other schools and colleges can take part. It helps students to make new friends and show their potential.
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