“ In life a person can take one of two attitudes: to build or to plant. The builders might take years over their tasks, but one day, they finish what they are doing. Then they find they are hemmed in by their own walls. Life loses its meaning when the building stops. Then there are those who plant. They endure storms and all the many vicissitudes of the seasons, and they rarely rest. But unlike a building, a garden never stops growing. And while it requires the gardener’s constant attention, it also allows life for the gardener to be a great adventure. Gardeners always recognise each other, because they know that in the history of each plant lies the growth of the whole World.”

Paulo Coelho

Education has always been a cornerstone of society, the pillar on which the bulwark of human existence rests, the leading light, as mankind made his way in quest of the unknown. While the art and science of education may have undergone changes since the time of yore, at St. Mary’s every educationist strives to instil in every student a sense of virtue and wisdom, sensitivity to the needs of others, the skills, the attitudes and habits that would help them explore and excel, a quest for knowledge and the power of action, and thus living the school motto “Let Your Light Shine”.

The Wisdom of God unfolds in our patient walk in Faith and Trust.

And the more we live according to this wisdom the more emboldened we are in our walk.

Sr. M. Jyothsna
  ( Principal )