Remedial Classes

Remedial Classes are held after the school hours to Coach Week students. Guest Speakers from different walks of life frequently visit the school and address the students in the Seminar room/ Auditorium.

Remedial classes are for students who, for whatever reason, are not yet at the level they should be for their grade. The remedial class will teach the skills they are missing so far.

Remedial classes are often used to stress the basics in a subject such as math or English. They are useful in helping students who are having problems with advanced concepts fully understand the basis of a subject. Remedial classes are often looked upon as shameful or embarrassing, but they can in fact be useful tools to a more complete grasp of difficult ideas or rules.

If a student appears to be significantly behind the expected level for a class, a teacher may require them to take a remedial class. These classes act as a safety valve for struggling students, allowing them to work at the level they are truly on, rather than fail because they are not on the level with the standards of the class. Remedial classes can be a positive environment for students suffering from low-self esteem, as they are encouraged to ask as many questions as necessary to understand their subject, rather than feeling pressured to understand at once.