Sanskriti School

Principal's Message


The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

We at Sanskriti believe that education is a lifelong process and prepare our students to adapt, adjust and evolve as they fulfill their duties and roles as citizens of the world. Our motto ‘Knowledge is Liberation’ is enmeshed in our everyday classroom teaching and all the members of Sanskriti contribute in their own significant way to create students who can think critically and evaluate thoughtfully. While we take education seriously, we don’t forget to infuse the element of fun in our curriculum. We firmly believe that our children should thrive in a happy atmosphere and realize their potential in a variety of fields such as sports, music and art.
In a short span of time Sanskriti has established itself as an institution with a difference. We are in fact, a family, rather than an institution. Each member of this close knit family has been instrumental in taking the school to the pinnacle of success. Our remarkable results in the CBSE examinations, our feats in sports and our unparalleled achievement in Model United Nations- all make us proud to call ourselves ‘Sanskrititans’.
Keeping ahead of the times, we have computerized all aspects of the school and its functions. We have been training the staff regularly to make them technologically proficient and thus paving the way for a paperless organisation. This is in sync with our commitment to safeguard the environment and this is one of the numerous ways in which we sensitize our children towards the needs of mother earth.
We take pride in our community outreach programme, Umang, for the underprivileged children. We have been able to make a difference to the lives of these children and the instructions they have received in various crafts have helped them carve their own niche in society. Our unique rural sensitization trips for grade XI leave an indelible mark on our students. They spend a week in a far flung village where they live and learn first-hand the problems that assail rural India.
What makes a Sanskrititan stand apart is the values he/she inculcates during her journey in school. These values which stress on forbearance, tolerance, generosity and liberal mindedness, have enabled our children to walk in the sun or rough weather with equanimity and not to be deterred from taking ‘The Road Not Taken’.

Happy thinking and feeling sanskrititians who can be changemakers