San Antonio Tamil School (SA Tamil School) was founded in the year 2005 by few passionate parents to teach their young children their language, Tamil. Our initial goal was to teach the basics of Tamil language that will enable the children to speak in Tamil. Slowly but steadily we started to focus on systematic way of teaching children to excel in reading, writing, speaking and understanding Tamil. From the year 2010 we registered with American Tamil Academy, a Not-for Profit tax-exempt organization founded in 2009 for the main objective of developing, facilitating and sharing of Tamil language instructional materials and effective teaching curricula that is common all over USA.
We, the San Antonio Tamil School community (parents / teachers / management), envision all students to develop skills and knowledge to communicate effectively in their native language, Tamil.
We, the San Antonio Tamil School community, will create, provide and maintain a safe, positive learning environment to ensure the holistic development of each student through cultural, physical, social and academic experiences.
Parents agree to allow their child to attend Tamil School and agree to assume all responsibility and liability for any injuries to their child while participating in this activity as a result of any alleged act of the participant. SA Tamil School management, staff or volunteers are not responsible for any medical expenses, charges or other costs, which may incurred as a result of child's participation in this activity. SA Tamil School management, staff or volunteers are not responsible for any claims made by third parties, which may result from or be caused by their child's actions while participating in this activity.
The information provided by registrants will strictly be used for San Antonio Tamil School purposes only. I give permission for my child's work and photo to be used to publish in SATS newsletter and yearbook only.
San Antonio Tamil School does not discriminate students based on any race, color, national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.