At Sri Prabhu Greenville Children Academy we practice 'student centered approach &, where teaching for understanding is coupled with a stimulating and varied curriculum. To inculcate in our students a passion for learning and achievement, we have various clubs and societies of which they can become members. We believe that all our students are unique individuals, with equal potential to make a positive contribution to the school. Our goal is to instill an enthusiasm for lifelong learning. Students under the guidance of a faculty member run their own clubs and organize activities, depending on their interests.
They have the option to choose from -
1. Dance & Music Club
2. Science & Eco Club
3. Maths & language Club
4. IT club & Cyber Club
5. Art & Craft Club
6. Dramatics Club
7. Fitness Club


Dance & Music Club

'Dance is not about finding yourself but it's all about creating yourself'.
VDJS gives students an opportunity to pursue dance as a hobby. Every day student from classes IV to X attends dance classes. Students feel relaxed and refreshed after the dance classes. It also helps them improve their mental strength. Dance is a good entertainment enjoyed by all the students. The objective is to teach basics of different dance forms. It develops their confidence to perform in a large audience. The school also offers Dance as a fifth subject option to the students of classes XI & X . We teach various forms of Dance like Indian Classical Dance, Western Dance. We hope our students will touch the heights and make us proud with their wonderful performances.

Aim & Objective:
• To demonstrate a clear understanding of collaboration in the creative process through leadership, participation and reflection.
• To develop a multifaceted physicality through training in dance techniques.
• To be able to enter into professional world of performing arts

Aim & Objective:
• It helps in creating students interest in Indian culture and heritage.
• To preserve, promote and propagate performing arts amongst young generation.
Instrumental Music (Guitar)
The Instrumental Music Club (Guitar) aims to teach students how to play basic music on the guitar. The club focuses on students performing musical exercises such as playing through scales, chord charts, strumming patterns and rhythms and they will practice these rhythms independently and in groups.

Instrumental Music (Tabla)
Aim & Objective:
• To inculcate Indian values of life amongst the masses, more particularly the younger generation through the Guru-Shishya Parampara - leading to a direct interaction of the teacher and the student, making the relation special and personal.
• The purpose of training is not only to produce talented artists but also to pass on the true Indian culture and values amongst the students as well as their family members and the society at large.
• To propagate performing art with a prime thrust upon the Tabla.


Eco club
The Eco Club at GREENVILLE CHILDREN ACADEMY is a means by which the students are empowered to participate and take up meaningful environmental activities and projects. It is a forum through which students can reach out to influence and engage their parents and neighborhood communities to promote sound environmental behavior. Our Eco Club also empowers students to explore environmental concepts and actions beyond the confines of syllabi of environment education. The Eco Club is abuzz with activities like awareness drives, tree plantation drives, cleanliness drives and recycling projects etc.


Language Club
Reading Club
The Reading Club aims to create an opportunity for students to become enthusiastic and enthralled with the wonderful world of literature. It seeks to foster the enjoyment of reading as a recreational activity in all its members, and promote improved reading and comprehension skills in the students. It also provides an enriching and rewarding atmosphere for them to discover, develop, deploy and express their skills and talents.


IT club & Cyber Club
This club is basically formed to enhance skill level of student other than regular curriculum and give benefits to student who wants to do more activity with their talent in the field of computer technology & networking.
•Study material-related to subjects (Creating slides).
•Networking Fundamentals for exposure towards information technology.
•Draw the pictures in paint & colour it.
•Click some photographs of your class using digital camera and transfer these photograph to your computer.
•Open the accessories menu of your computer and note down all the programs available in it.


Art & Craft Club
The club provides students with pleasure, enjoyment and deepened awareness of themselves and their place in their environment, community and culture. The students have learned the techniques of Oil Colour Painting, Acrylic Colour Painting, Fabric Painting, Portrait Painting, Texture Painting, Wall Mural Designing, Pen and Ink, Pattern Designing, Glass and Foil Painting, Poster and Logo Designing. The aspirations for the coming year are to master the different techniques, prepare the students for making the decorative art work and paintings for exhibition and make art pieces out of waste products.


Dramatics Club
English Drama Club
William Shakespeare claimed that - All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players.
Drama is an integral part of a child's education as it enables the pupils to be expressive, creative, fluent and confident. The participants develop skills in oral language and all expressive mechanisms (voice and bodily expression); understanding in psychological, moral, physical and socio-economic analysis of character (analytic skills) and learn the elements of stagecraft and production (craft skills).Dramatic activities have surprising and unexpected results as they provide an endless amount of opportunities for student's personal growth. They learn not only grammar and phonetics along with drama but also develop the power to transform the actors as well as the audience. They become imaginative, innovative and critical thinkers. In short, the skills of drama help students to become the person that he/she wants to be. A workshop on 'dramatics' was also conducted in the beginning of the session. An Inter House One-Act Play competition was staged on the theme 'All's well that ends well'.


Fitness club   
A sound mind can only reside in a healthy body. Education goes beyond literacy. While classroom teaching takes care of the literacy aspect, education must necessarily, include in its scope, physical fitness. The physical fitness club aims to have students involve themselves more intensely into physical activity. The eventual aim is to have a healthy body, sharp intellect, and high moral values.
Club Activities :
• Conduct sports and games competitions.
• Make students aware of the importance of a nutritious diet.
• Monitor food items in the school canteen, to ensure that nutritious food is served there.
• Raising awareness of students towards health and physical fitness.
• Preparing school teams for taking part in sports competitions at inter-school and regional level.