From The Administrator (Senior School)

SCS Celebrates Platinum Jubilee

Education is a powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” - Nelson Mandela.

The year 2016 is yet another stepping stone for SCS in its journey of service to humanity through education as it celebrates its Platinum Jubilee that is 75 glorious years (1941-2016). Our hearts are filled with gratitude to our God, the source of wisdom, for his constant guiding presence and to those dedicated Brothers, teachers & staff through whose loving service the school has progressed to the present status.

As a Christian Brother Institution, our primary aim is to impart quality education based on the founder Blessed Edmund Rice’s ideals emphasizing not only academic excellence but also human excellence. Each student as they step into SCS, is called to excel in Competence, Conscience, Compassion and Character - the four pillars of Christian Brother Education. At each step we provide ample opportunities to the students to discover, experiment & develop their beautiful God given talents. We want to see our students who pass out from this school become leaders who can transform our world into a better and more humane and dignified place to live in. The school colours Green & Gold - embody the aspiration of the students. To strive for the Highest (gold) with Hope (green) in their hearts.

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic, it takes sweat, determination and hard work” - Colin Powell

Winning isn’t everything but wanting to win is. This speaks of the spirit behind the aim of teaching in SCS.

Harry Miller has rightly remarked “All progress occurs because people dare to be different”. Our motto “Dare to be wise always, sincere and constant we”; helps our students to think out of the box. Inspired by this we strive to build up each student into efficient and beautiful persons who will live for ‘God and Country’.

May this Jubilee year be one of abundant blessings to each one of you.

God Bless!!


Mrs. I. Frederick
Administrator, Senior School