MANAGER'S MESSAGE
From the Manager’s Pen

Dear respected Patrons, and well wishers of St Aloysius' High School,

At the very outset, it is my proud privilege to greet you, with warm prayerful best wishes and choicest showers of blessings from the almighty God.

I have been enquiring from a number of parents and guardians, when they had an option to make, then, why did they desire to seek admissions their children and wards at St Aloysius. Their quick and spontaneous response was that they could not find another school like St Aloysius, known for its name, fame and good repute. Further they said that it is one of the best schools of Kanpur, especially for boys, known for academic, curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular activities combined with the flavour of discipline, devotion and dedication with which the management and teaching faculty is committed to take care the welfare of the students. The School campus is surrounded by lush green grass, trees, and flowers, adding to the harmony of an echo friendly peaceful atmosphere in the heart of Kanpur Cantonment. It has massive play grounds with indoor and out door sports facilities. The students are taught skills and techniques in good health, hygiene, and are exposed to develop compassionate love for the poor and the down trodden both in urban and rural areas through social and inter social activities.

This is an age of achievement, provided one perseveres in whatever he or she tries. It is said that success is sold in the open market. You and I can buy it, in fact any one can buy it provided one is willing to pay a price. Great men were not great when they were born nor when they started their career, but made themselves great by learning, learning and learning.

As once Leonardo Da Vinci the great Italian artist and scientist remarked  “Iron rusts from disuse, stagnant water loses its purity and in the cold weather water becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigour of the mind”.

Have not the people seen for ages, apples falling from the trees? But surprisingly, Isaac Newton observed it and he discovered the law of gravity. Christopher Columbus charted a course in an unknown ocean and Thomas Edison the idea of electric bulb .The great monuments of the centuries - the pyramids were built on the plains of Egypt. Hilary and Tensing Norgay scaled the Himalayan mountains to reach the top of the Everest. Hence one can develop the skills to answer all the queries of life and the sky is the limit. To quote former president of India, Mr Abdul Kalam “Dreams are not those you get when you sleep, but dreams are those that don’t let you sleep”.

Our humble endeavour at St. Aloysius has been to encourage and prepare our students, in every way to face the difficult challenges of today, boldly and whole heartedly.

We gratefully acknowledge your trust and confidence deposed in St Aloysius College, by giving us an opportunity to serve you and your children in a better way. Once again, I wish all the students, parents and guardians better cooperation and great success.

Yours Sincerely.
Rev. Fr. Apolin Lobo