From the Principal's Desk
I take this opportunity to welcome you all back to the school after your relaxed period of summer vacations. True to our theme, I am sure you have engaged yourself in effecting some sort of transformation in your personal skill development. By the way, I did have a very relaxed holiday. It was indeed a much needed break for me to refresh and rejuvenate. However, the last couple of weeks had been extremely busy, trying to get the school ready to launch into the ‘Year of Transition’.
The stupendous performance of the batch of transformation in the March 2012 board exam was just the icing on the cake! We have bettered not only our school record, but have outclassed most of the schools around. Out of the 33 students presented for the examination, 15 scored above 90% with Aardra securing 95.7% at the top. We are proud that all the 33 students passed in distinction. Hats off to our dedicated set of staff who tirelessly worked with them and the parents for their support, prayers and encouragement. We are also indebted to many others who have played their roles directly or indirectly.
The year of Transformation has taken all of us to a new height and I was so moved by your enthusiasm, openness and the commitment to change, that I decided that we need to traverse further in this process of change, hence the theme, ‘TRANSITION’. It is a process of change from one state of being to another. The resounding ‘mantra’ will continue to be ‘change’. Let the buzz word ‘Transition’ remind us of the process we are in. The moment we get complacent and think we have produced something unmatchable or attained an unassailable position is the moment we should sense danger. Life itself is a ‘work-in-progress’ and improvements can always be made.
Nothing can ever be seen as finished or complete. There is no final or only solution. Even if something works in today’s rapidly changing world, it probably won’t be long before it becomes obsolete. So we are committed to change to become relevant and to face the challenges that the world may throw at us. If there is a way to do it better, we will find it. Good luck and God bless.
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