‘Educating the Mind, without educating the Heart is no education at all’

It is an honour and privilege to be the Principal of The Millennium School, Meerut, the School that strives for excellence.

Education is a synonym for Life. It is an ever evolving identity that must keep pace with the constant flow of change, innovation and invention that we as a society witness. The School Motto ‘Think Today, Change Tomorrow’ is instrumental in identifying the need for globally relevant education. An Education, which believes in imparting skills that develop mental agility in individuals to confidently interact and work in diverse environs or situations.

The primary objective of education is to touch the Heart and train the mind. Learning can be as effortless as breathing, if children are taught the way they want to learn. The unique Millennium Learning System supports a curriculum which emphasizes the acquisition of knowledge, useful skills, understanding, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities. It is oriented in a manner that students embody self-confidence and ‘out of the box’ thinking. In all our endeavours, the focus is to strengthen competencies needed to be autonomous lifelong learners. We, here at The Millennium School, Meerut believe in imparting Holistic Education which goes a long way in propelling self-belief, confidence in decision making along with chiselling of soft skills.

Every student is unique and has the ability to learn. It is our responsibility as educators to tap the inherent potential and nurture their talent. Students are continually encouraged to appreciate the diversity of culture and develop a sense of Global responsibility.

At The Millennium School, Meerut, there is a strong ethos of parental involvement. We recognize the need for open communication between the school and the home. It is only when Facilitators, Students, Parents and other members of the community work in collaboration that a child can grow into an adult, who displays sensitivity, integrity, good citizenship and respect for human diversity. We believe that education is not about mere imparting knowledge but more about opening the child’s mind to self- expression.

Little hard work, some attention from parents, guidance and a pat on the back from Facilitators, makes the process of learning easier, acceptable and enjoyable.

With warm regards,

Mrs. Rachna Sharma