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It would be an understatement to say that the strength of a school lies in its alumni. If you need to look at how successful an educational institution has been, you needn’t look any further than its ex-student records and track their progress in life.

The Children’s Academy Group of Schools is quite aware of this fact. The school knows that its students make it as much as it makes them. Hence, the formation of the CAXSA was a defining moment in the history of the school.

CAXSA stands for Children’s Academy Ex-Students’ Association. This body was founded in 2001 by some of the alumni of the school who harboured a strong passion for their alma mater and wanted to involve themselves in the various activities of the school even after they had passed out and moved on in life. They wanted to be in the thick of things when the school planned events and make their own contributions to them. However, the most profound intention was to maintain the strong traditional roots of Children’s Academy, which could be only passed on from one generation of ex-students to the other.

This is what the CAXSA strives to be. It aims to be the torch bearer of Children’s Academy’s culture and tradition. Today, CAXSA has become almost a movement within the school and every ex-student who is a part of this organisation feels proud about their small but significant role in shaping the school as it currently stands.

In the one decade that the CAXSA has been active, it has become nothing short of a phenomenon. Even after moving up in life, these ex-students have stayed in close communication with the school and are helping it gain in strength and glory with their cumulative efforts.

CAXSA members are spread all over the globe, but they keep in constant touch with the school through the Internet and other modes of communication. The core members are constantly planning activities and events to keep the flame burning and, as new ex-students are generated each year, the tradition only grows stronger.

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