Every new beginning brings a fresh hope and this hope brings a desire and a longing to achieve the best. We strive to provide the best educational experience possible. Our teachers will teach to the best of their ability every day guiding our scholars on a path that will give him/her the skills necessary for a productive future in college or career after school. The curriculum will be rigorous and the standards will remain high. We cannot afford to lower the bar. Our Scholars must be able to compete with Scholars across the globe. We now live in an increasingly diverse, globalized, and complex, media-saturated society the era of technology where todays scholars are a click away from the reservoir of knowledge. Todays kindergarteners will be retiring in the year 2070. We have no idea of what the world will look in five years, much less 70 years, yet we are charged with preparing our scholars for life in that world. Our scholars are facing many emerging issues such as global warming, famine, poverty, health issues, a global population explosion and other environmental and social issues. These issues lead to a need for scholars to be able to communicate, function and create change personally, socially, economically and politically on local, national and global levels. One of Scholars Pride goals is to help Scholars become ikids and truly global citizens. Use of Technology and internet in the school and as well as the visits of Russian and Australian delegates to our school and Schools Participation at Russian Centre of Science & Culture are the small steps towards our goal. As we all know that todays Scholars are digital learners they literally take in the world via the filter of computing devices the cellular phones, handheld gaming devices, PDAs, and laptops they take everywhere, plus the computers, TVs, and game consoles at home. Today we must see learners/Scholars in a new context: First we must maintain scholar interest by helping them see how what they are learning prepares them for life in the real world. Second we must instill curiosity, which is fundamental to lifelong learning. Third we must be flexible in how we teach. Fourth we must excite learners to become even more resourceful so that they will continue to learn outside the formal school day. So, I believe that in todays time a scholar need more than a teacher -a guide and a mentor. To guide the scholars all teachers as well as parents, need to take an extra step and constantly update them to keep a pace with young learners. We had an excellent, coordinated, transitional year and this year too we are in a phase, where we are laying more emphasis on inculcating a contemporary outlook with traditional values. At Scholars pride School, we are striving to develop high standards of national and international competency level upholding the view that along with high spirits of competence, an individual should also be humble and down to earth. Through this message I would like to convey this important message to all, that our scholars have a great sense of humanity and sensitivity. we just need to carve it out a proper way. I would like to extend my thanks to all the teachers for their tireless efforts to bring out the Scholars best performance in academics as well as all other school events. Our teachers have shown a good team spirit which has reflected in all the success our school has achieved. We will continue to try our best to provide a conducive environment, the guidance, knowledge and skills to fulfill your aspirations. But as we always listen, it takes two hands to clap. Much depends on you. Your attitude, your interest and willingness to learn, make some sacrifices, work diligently and create the best use of the resources that the institute has to offer in spite of all the constraints and limitations. We have made a very humble beginning in this direction. We do understand that there is a long way to go to transfer the vision into reality. But we believe in taking small strides. It is heartening that at every step we have had the support of our confident parents, dedicated teachers and committed scholars. Welcome once again, old and new. Good luck, work hard and have fun too. I wish you all an enjoyable and successful stay here at Scholars Pride.