An educational institution is not just about bricks, concrete and mortar, but about encouraging growth and development of the pupils in terms of physical, intellectual, mental, moral and even spiritual character, enriching minds and about varied experiences that last lifetime. It helps the children live and grow in an environment that they can identify as their home. Here students learn not only the traditional academic learning but also learn the moral values of life, secularism, respect to human and motherland, sentiment of our glorious heritage. It endeavours to provide an environment that encourages growth, fosters creativity, exploration and discovery where children can find magic in the nundane, enjoy the gift of robust laughter, broaden their intellectual, physical and emotional horizons and build a strong sense of integrity, compassion and generosity of spirit. School-life must be a quest for meaning that goes for beyond the limitation of conventional curriculum, text books and standarised examinations so that they feel secured in their abilities, strong in their principles and confident to face every challange in life. Our role as educators becomes much more significant as we have been given charge of children who will once be the leaders of their city, state, country and may be internationally famous.
I believe in the fundamental dignity of each individual and talents are gifts to be developed not for self-satisfaction or self-gain but for the welfare of society. We are committed to the phylosopy that each member of the school community must have the opportunity for attaining his full potential, for enhancing self-esteem & for becoming a successful and integral part of a demanding and changing scenario of society.