Vice Principal's Message

“Every day is a new beginning
Every day is full of blessings
Every day is filled with new hope”

Every step we take in life should be imbued with faith so that the interweaving of successes and failures makes us grow and mature into total human beings. I am sure every student of our school dreams of being a somebody when they grow up and turning into a worthy pillar of our society.

I owe my thanks to the Almighty God for His plans are marvelous and mysterious. For it is He who has brought me to serve in St. Claret School. I am delighted and honored to be a part of an institution renowned for its dedication, commitment, innovation, creativity and caring attitude.

The aim of St. Claret School is to provide a sound basic education designed to train its pupils to face tomorrow’s world. We strive so that the school provides a safe environment, both physically as well as intellectually. At the same time we empower and encourage our students to think out of the box and become creative problem solvers. We do our best to nurture leadership skills in our students because we are all too aware that the future belongs to them and them only.

“Confidence and hard work is the best medium to kill the disease called failure. It will make a successful person”, says A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. I hope each one gets convinced that the failure is not the end but the beginning of success. I wish that every one of you will face success and failure with equanimity and have the resilience to understand and overcome the dark days that occur in everybody’s life. Do be successful on your own terms and may these be in accordance with the moral bearings that come from the Divine.

Full participation in academic & co curricular activities and a willingness to act responsibly as an individual within our educational environment are the factors that enable all to have a successful and enjoyable year ahead.

I wish to conclude with the words of Israelmore Ayivor “The world is a busy place filled with many busy businesses, both Godly & ungodly. Before accepting any activity or event you must weigh its values, examine the virtues, listen to the views and then give your verdict.”

Let love rule over our lives.

God bless you

Fr. Arockiasamy CMF