To help students develop lively, enquiring minds and physical skills, giving them the ability to question and to argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks.
To instill respect for moral values, for other people and for oneself and tolerance for other races, religion and way of life.
To help students the world in which we live and the inter-dependence of people.
To help students use language effectively and imaginatively in reading, writing and speaking. To provide a basis of mathematics, science and linguistic knowledge, enabling students to learn the essential skills needed in a fast changing world.
To teach children about human achievements and aspirations in arts and science, in religion and in the search for a more just social order.
To encourage and foster individual creativity and leadership among students.
“Every child is a potential seed, with proper nourishment it will become a fruit bearing tree.”
Educational opportunity is for all students. Each student must be treated with respect.
Active involvement of the parents is integral to all the activities in the school.
Learning is an action process and students are continually encouraged to strive for excellence in every field.
Make the students leaders of tomorrow who will then be the agents of needed social change in their community and become role models.
Students must accept and carry out responsibilities; they must be actively involved in teaching – learning process and the pursuit of knowledge.
Students must inculcate in themselves the values of hard – work, smart – work, discipline, self control, and respect for elders, for everything that is Indian, for religion and spirituality and observe the rules of good conduct.