“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin
The word “Education” is derived from the Latin word “educare.” It means to bring up, to train, to provide with knowledge both education plus fine values. Formal education enables one to read, write and secure good employment but without fine values, how so ever highly qualified one is, education has little meaning and will not serve the person well. Socrates rightly quotes, “Not life, but good life is to be chiefly valued.” Thus true education is expanding the mental faculties that are essential for leading a happy life.
Twenty first century has made many incredible and revolutionary leaps possible in education and in the recent past it has been an eye opener to the gleeful observer. There is much more in the pipeline to happen in the field of education.
Education is must for both men and women equally as both together make a healthy and educated society. The Education 2030 agenda recognizes that gender equality requires an approach that ‘ensures that girls and boys, women and men not only gain access to and complete education cycles, but are empowered equally in and through education.’
Therefore our school seeks to empower a new generation of thinkers, creators, and doers — preparing students to make a lasting impression as they step out into the world as adult individuals.