“Knowledge is that which,
next to virtue,
truly raises one person above another.”

                                                                  Joseph Addison

As I sat down to write this message, the very next idea which came my mind is that there is no
substitute for hard work and it will always pay in life. I give credit of success of Greenwood hills
school to the total commitment and hard work of the entire greenwood hills family. It is true that
opportunity always knocks at our door provided we are ready to receive the call. Yes, we did.
We have entered into the seventh successful academics years. It goes without saying that our
efforts towards the excellence of the school reflect in its growth and upliftment.
No stone is left unturned in our efforts to streamline the faculty to ensure commitment in
professionalism. The main aim of our school is to empower students to acquire, demonstrate,
articulate and value knowledge and skill that will support them as lifelong learner. Our
philosophy of education has always been meeting the needs of the individual child. Children
acquire skills and knowledge easily if we can make the surrounding stimulating and purposeful.
In the 21st century, the digital revolution affects us all. Quite simply, it is changing everything. In
such a surrounding when work & effort valued, the child self-esteem is brightened and from this
result self motivated. We try to understand and work with each child and we firmly believe that it
is our responsibility to enable the child in our care to develop as a whole. We make every effort
to provide in class and out class experience to reflect, introspect and plan the life of each student
in the light of changing perception of education.
I congratulate the editorial board on its tireless effort in bringing out this publication of the
school magazine ‘Reflection’. Let’s all pray to the almighty to give us strength and infuse spirit
to work more, foster love and togetherness to bring Greenwood Hills School on top of the
academic world.
Love and prayers…