• You educate a man
    You educate a woman
    You educate a generation.

Welcome to Alton Arch

Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.


  • The concept behind the Spelling Bee dates back to the 1880's when the first Spelling Bee was crowned in 1925 in the United States.
  • Our innovative programme, the Alton Arch Spelling Bee, works towards turning the English language into an accessory that will help students take progressive steps towards their goals in life.
  • Through well-structured rounds, created by language experts, the Alton Arch Spelling Bee works towards equipping a child with comprehensive language skills.
  • Curiosity is what drives kindergarteners to explore the world around them. Their learning process must incorporate most of their senses.
  • The Learn with Fun programme designed by Alton Arch for this age group works at involving a child’s auditory, visual and kinaesthetic abilities.
  • Our programmes provide opportunities for intellectual, social and physical development leading to greater self-reliance and a positive self-image.

We Are Dedicated To Our Students


We are an Organisation who looks forward to contributing our innovative ideas and efforts to this growing field of education by creating and nurturing various out-of-the curriculum structured courses and competitions desinged for the development of our young generation.

The mission of the Alton Arch is to ensure the success of all students through extraordinary service, support, and partnerships.At Alton Arch, our goal is for every employee to be diligently engaged in efforts to ensure the success of all students. This is coordinated through exemplary team efforts to help participants acheive their aspirations.

The vision of the Alton Arch is to be a collaborative organization characterized by the highest quality employees providing leadership, programs and services to schools and students. As a “collaborative” organization our aim is to listen, share with, participate in and work together with other educational agencies, professional organizations, governmental entities , parents and students. Public education has many stakeholders and we strive to work cooperatively with all of them in order to ensure that all students succeed.

The work we are engaged in at Alton Arch demands total and complete cooperation among all of us. It requires transparent and professional communication within the organization. It requires us to use important interpersonal skills for self-reflection and self-correction, and observing more closely the response of others when we say or do things. Building that type of relationship takes time,commitment and dedication which comes through experience. That’s why our administrative council has thoughtfully identified three bedrock values which we believe are at the very core of all that we do here at Alton Arch:
• Building relationships that promote trust
• Engaging in open and honest communication
• Focusing on the needs of students and parents