Every learner at LKMHSS is devoted to earning knowledge that will enable them to excel in academic performance, whether they have achieved their educational goals short-term or long-term.
Academic achievement is commonly measured through examinations or continuous assessments but there is no general agreement on how it is best evaluated or which aspects are most important—procedural knowledge such as skills or declarative knowledge such as facts. Furthermore, there are inconclusive results over which individual factors successfully predict academic performance, elements such as test anxiety, environment, motivation, and emotions require consideration when developing models of school achievement.
“ All of the top achievers I know are life-long learners. Looking for new skills, insights, and ideas. If they’re not learning, they’re not growing and not moving toward excellence”.
– Denis Waitley
Academic Reward Function are held annually in our school to appreciate and congratulate the top-rankers in every class. By this way, we motivate our students to keep up the good work, and other pupils to work even harder to achieve their goals in school. Motivation is the reasoning behind an individual’s actions. Research has found that students with higher academic performance, motivation and persistence use intrinsic goals rather than extrinsic ones. Furthermore, our students who are motivated to improve upon their previous or upcoming performance tend to perform better academically than peers with lower motivation. Thus, students in LKMHSS with higher need for achievement have greater academic performance.