Modern School

Message From Director

Mr. S. K. Jain

The mark of any school lies in the quality of values it delivers to the rest of the world. These values must always be solid, professional and positive. Established in the year 1969, Modern School has occupied a prestigious position in the world of academics. We currently have five branches in Delhi, Faridabad, Noida, Vaishali and Greater Noida where more than 10,000 students are on roll.

Over the years we have maintained high academic standards and have always provided the perfect atmosphere to enable the students to become mature and confident adults. Adolescents today face a unique set of challenges- a fast paced life, threadbare social fabric, rapid urbanization, plethora of information, competition at every stage, down sliding economy etc. Is the child of today equipped to face this storm? Will he/she be able to hold ground like the mighty oak?

Well! They might, if we give them deep strong roots. As parents and educationists, we must instill in our children values which will hold them in good stead and show them the right path when facing any storm in life. The destiny of the country lies in its children. It is for us to provide them, the torch bearers, a safe, secure and just environment. At the same time, we equip them with the ability to face challenges and surmount adversity. Our school has produced some of the brightest alumni who are successfully placed in their career.

I consider my school as my family and are particularly proud of the warmth of the relationships between the pupil and the staff. Each child is well prepared to serve the society as a responsible citizen. Thomas Edison said, “The greatest invention in the world is the mind of a child and every child is born with the instinct of curiosity and inquisitiveness. Nurture this curiosity than be a road block with dogmatic approaches, give them wings to soar high above the skies and reach their goals; take their flights of fantasy yet remain rooted to the ground. Seems difficult, yet possible”.