"Education is the passport to the future for, tomorrow belongs to those who prepare it for today"(Malcom X) It gives me great pleasure to humbly assert that St. Mary's convent school Aghwanpur has become a prestigious Temple of Learning in a short time span of 9 years, since its inception in 2008. In these years, the school was able to help the students unfold the promises for a better tomorrow, arming them to meet the challenges of the time. True to the motto To Excel in Wisdom and Virtue, our education program aims at forming the young heart, by enlightening the students intellectually, and enabling them to be morally upright, spiritually inspired, personally integrated and socially committed citizens of India.
It is our firm belief that 'Education and learning begin right from the conception in the womb that continues till the tomb'(U must give the source of the quote here. I didn't find the source in internet; or just say, as it is widely said.). We highlight the need to couple academic excellence with moral value system and adopt a continuous and comprehensive follow up till the end. The late bloomers, the average and the gifted find comfortable and inspiring faculty to achieve their desired end. Thus, the educative presence of St. Mary’s Aghwanpur is a fountain to the young minds who search for the roots of education par excellence.
Dear Marians, it hardly matters what you do: what matters is that you do your duty with commitment, dedication and earnestness. (St. Mary’s owes to you for the heights she has attained.) Continue to contribute your share, however great or small towards your own betterment and thus towards the welfare of the society and for the nation at large. Believe that you are the architects of your own life. So draw a plan of your future on the canvass of hard work, colour and shade it with perseverance and commitment, register it in the hands of the Almighty God. Thus, the face of the earth may be made more beautiful by your exemplary presence and innumerable achievements.
Sister Celine (Principal)