From the Principal’s Desk:
The Lord Almighty is with us. The God of Jacob is our fortress Ps. 46: 11
Emotions keeping tugging at my heart strings……….
I took charge as the Principal of C.S.I St.Stephen’s Matriculation School in the month of July 2013. Since then, I have been eagerly looking forward to forge a strong and lasting relationship with the students, teachers and parents. It is only then we together can support our children in their life journey at our school. Hence at this juncture, to release our prestigious school magazine, after an absence of more than a decade, gives me the greatest of delight. It is an awesome feeling that tells of exquisite love and care which has overwhelmed the most impossible.
The recent Std.X results have further ignited the enthusiasm of all Stephanites, both the students and the members of the staff. Cent percent results have lifted our spirits and given us immense happiness. To top it all three students have secured centum in science for the first time in the history of the school. While congratulating the students and the staff, I must say that the current achievement motivates us to strive for more centums in all other subjects also. It is well known that opportunities are growth avenues and our school provides many opportunities in sports and other spheres. They can develop our students into strong hearted and strong willed children. This development will be indispensible during transition from childhood to youth.
Stephanites should now onwards dream big. Dream big on your educational progress and extra curricular activities. As you dream big and achieve your goals, you will become the torch bearers of the future generation. As Henry Ford said “obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goals” Always be focussed on your goals because when you are focussed you face less obstacles.
The year 2013-14 has been a very eventful year full of challenges. If not for the grace of God, the untiring hard work of the staff and the excellent performance of our students added to the co operation of our parents, our school would not be what it is today. As we experience many victories we should remember that victory is not a destination but a journey.
I take this opportunity to thank our revered Bishop, DEO, Correspondent and all our well wishers who have encouraged and supported us throughout the last academic year. I also thank God for his unfailing love and mercies
Mrs. Geetha Solomon