Dear Teachers , Parents & Students,
Alpine Valley Public School is a dream school! It is trying to translate a dream and an ideal into reality. The dream is of a resurgent India, which can bring back the glory of ancient India, where material, intellectual and spiritual advancement went hand–in-hand .The India of Buddha and Shankaracharya, Vardhamana and Guru Nanak.The India of Askoka, Chanakya, Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi. But where are we now? We are a nation of 850 million struggling for existence. Many are very pessimistic about a revival for India. I beg to differ from them! India can have a glorious future if only we find out all that is good in our past and put into practice at least one idea of any one of those eminent men of ours.
Alpine Valley Public School has already achieved high standards in academics and we are proud of it and are thankful to God Almighty. We are aiming at much more to achieve – totality of all round education. We realise India’s future is being moulded in India’s classrooms. And we are trying to create excellence in our classrooms.Every boy and girl has to show his or her excellence in the classrooms, activity rooms or play grounds. For this we offer a lot of curricular activities. Every year we add more facilities.
Perhaps one of the most important aspects at Alpine Valley Public School’s is its value orientation! Some of the emphasis here is not in the curriculum of any board or university. We teach the value of respecting the elders through the motto "Mata, Pitha, Guru, Daivam" or Martha Pitha Guru Ishwar". In sanskrit "Mathru Devo Bhava, Pitru Devo Bhava, Guru Devo Bhava".
We teach the "May I help you?" attitude or "What can I do for you?" attitude in life. We do take a lot of care to inject and instill virtues. With these qualities, in them and the latest educational technology at hand, in computers or any branch of science they study, we are sure our children can excel anywhere in the world. We expect our children to "Spread the Light", which is our motto. The Indian Prayer “Thamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya“may be interpreted to mean the same. We are pledged to produce the best out-going students among Mansa Schools. We want them to excel in whichever vocation they choose and to become truly useful citizens and good human beings. We want some of them to take leading roles in the country to bring back its ancient glory.
Last but not the least I wish the staff and the students’ success in all their future endeavours and traverse the greater heights of academic excellence and holistic growth.