VICE PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE
Everyone is born with the urge to create. It is part of our programme of life. Whether we are parents trying to calm down a crying baby or Teachers trying to encourage learning by raising a student’s curio city. We all of us have dreams. We work to make the dreams come true.

Henry David says “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined he will meet with success unexpected in common hours. If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost that is here they should be . Now put the foundations under then”.
Success today is often defined by the power of the wealth that one holds. Today students are influenced by models like parents, other adults, peers and mass media, film, T.V etc,. Children spent more time with their peers and less time with adults. If time want to have more value on our children's values, parents have to be willing to devote more time to them.
With advancement of technology, man himself is becoming a machine . The reason behind this is, that he is spending more time with machines rather than with human beings. Emotions , feelings, values and manners are disappearing day by day .

In this context, teaching values in schools is a real challenge for the teachers. What we aim in our school is a noble value exhortation which formed the core of the ancient educational system that produced the great scientists, ruler and honest men and women, and more than all these a culture and civilization with we have lost touch for some time now. The end of education lies in transforming the individual and elevating him/her to an egoless state. The purpose of education is to strengthen character in the younger generation which is an answer to any of the problems that face people today. May the true education carry the message of serenity, humility and human compassion and wipe out the moral chaos prevailing in our society.

Rev Fr. M. Chinnappa
        Vice-Principal

Fr. Arockiya Soosai Das (2015-2019)
Fr. Gyan Prakash (2012-2015)
Fr. Stephan D'mello (2009-2012)