Principals

Principals
Mr. Lalit M. Patel

I do not see my role as an academician alone. In fact I feel like a facilitator who wants to create students who are sounders, in academics, co-curricular activities and in sports. I am also very particular that all students who pass through my hands have to be good human beings as well, have healthy respect for their teachers and all elders and above all, be able to stand out in a crowd for their outstanding qualities.


Mrs. Sangeeta D. Doshi

As I walk down the hallways of the school every day, I can hear the chatter of eager minds victorious athletes, the thumps of dancer feet and the sound of melodious voices harmonizing. We are a school with a difference! I aim to not just import knowledge to the students, but also to inculcate in them – wisdom , compassion and a humanitarian spirit.


Mrs. Sandhya A. George

Ultimately, every child is an achiever and should regard every day as an opportunity to change things for the better and live up to school motto "Disciplined Education with Care". Education comes in many forms. My teachers facilitate learning through the use of many researched –based instructional strategies, analyzing student data to improve teaching and learning.


Mrs. Tarulata A. Patel

Beside rigorous scholastic programmes, I seek to develop and nurture the different facets of a child. As a school I think about how to engage students and hold their attention. My mission is to continue to do what I have always done. Develop this school and the students with integrity and values. It is my belief that educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.

NEWS

  • "Day' Celebration"

    We celebrate different colours & days that promote special fun and memorable learning.

  • "Teacher's Day Celebration"

    Every year we celebrate teacher's day with great enthusiasm.

  • "Republic Day Celebration"

    It is a day to remember when India’s constitution came into force on January 26, 1950.

  • "Independence Day Celebration"

    Independence Day is annually celebrated on 15 August, as a national holiday in India.

  • "Janmashtami Celebration"

    It is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu.

  • "Navratri Celebration"

    Navratri is a nine nights Hindu festival, celebrated in the autumn every year.

  • "Rakshabandhan Celebration"

    Rakhi is a festival of faith and love between brother and sister.

  • "Diwali Celebration"

    Diwali symbolizes the spiritual "Victory of light over darkness".

  • "Christmas Celebration"

    Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ.

  • "Picnic"

    To have fun & happiness with their friends we take our students for outdoor picnics as part of an excursion.

  • "Yoga Day Celebration"

    The main aim to celebrate Yoga Day is to raise awareness and ignite a passion for fitness and yoga among the students.

  • "Science Fair"

    Science fair allow students in elementary, middle and high schools to compete in science and technology activities.

  • "Vegetable & Fruit Mart"

    We set up Vegetable & Fruit Mart in our school premises. One of the wonderful experience of the same was in 2015-16.

  • "Sports Day"

    The students enters into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the oath.

  • "Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration"

    The students celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi every year with great pomp and gaiety.

  • "Visit"

    To experience serendipity and synchronicity along with knowledge and to get social.

  • "Annual Function"

    It is an accession of celebration, felicitation, feast and festivity.

  • "Prize Distribution"

    This is the time we acknowledge the talent of student’s position holders.

  • "Musical Event & Dada Dadi Get Together"

    Children enjoy music and fun with their grandparents on the occasion of Dada-Dadi get together.