Message from the Principal's Desk

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ― Nelson Mandela.

Education is not merely acquirement of facts but also of values which help us to improve the different facets of mankind. A pivotal role of education lies in shaping the personality of a child into a healthy mind and happy soul, who is not only equipped with skills of today’s world and aptitude required for academic excellence but helping him face the challenges of life in a balanced and harmonious way. Therefore, the system of education should work as a catalyst in making each child a balanced human being having his core strengths embedded in the learning experiences emanating from our rich socio-cultural roots.
School plays an important role in the education of child. The child starts its basic education in the family and then school takes it forward to build it. The scope of education is not restricted to teach a book or earn a degree but it goes to overall development of child. We at Modern School believe in overall character and personality development. So, the students may learn how to live a disciplined life and achieve their goals by following the righteous path.
In order to understand current needs of education and parenting we attract the parents to the campus through regular PTM and Parenting workshops.The close partnership between home and school is one of the exceptional strengths at Modern School.Our school has a strong tradition of supportive, hard-working parents. The foundation for our students’ success is based on the partnership among students, staff, and parents. Teachers provide a nurturing environment in which young adolescents can learn, take risks and thrive. The staff comprises of experienced, qualified and caring beings who provide individual attention to their students. To develop confidence, leadership, creativity and habit of taking initiatives, we encourage our students to participate in every arena with full zeal. As Margaret Mead rightly said that “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”
I am proud to be the Principal of such an exciting and dynamic school and to work in the industrial town Noida.