The journey so far has been a very exciting one. We have crossed 400 admissions in the first year itself! We would like to thank our parents profusely for putting tremendous faith in our educational system. No doubt, we will be making sure that we live up to their expectations.

The first thing to do before the academic year starts, is to have a parents orientation meeting.

Our staff was working round the clock in order to get things into shape – be it academics, logistics, or creating a welcoming look and feel for children.  We believe that detailed planning is most essential for smooth functioning of any event. In schooling, that usually involves consideration of a lot of logistical possibilities. Our core team has a collective experience of more than a hundred years in planning, which made things quite easy. But, putting it together is another art.

Our teaching and non-teaching staff put in a ton of efforts to make sure that all pieces of the puzzle fit perfectly into each other – sorting ID cards, keeping lists sorted by last name ready for our new parents, keeping subject-wise files and the calendar ready, arranging for a cool kokam drink for parents and many such small but essential things.

Here is a small photo narrative of a few things that were going on before our first parents meeting on 6th of June. In all the running around, we were still having our share of fun – which is what keeps us going!

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