“If it is my work it would perish with me, if it is God’s work it will continue.”
Indubitably, it is the work of the God that has deep roots at St. Anthony’s Girls’ High School, with the first class advancing in 1922. God has sown a tiny seed and cared for its growth and development into a mighty tree. God has truly blessed our school by providing our students with ample opportunities to grow and excel in different fields. I can see the ray of hope in the eyes of students who behave well, are lovable and rooted in the values. Life is a rat-race where everybody wants to score high and win. Winners are considered as successful, but we forget that losers are the ones who learned the lessons of life. In this game of winning and losing, we tend to forget to absorb the essence of learning life-skills. As I look forward, I realize that we can succeed in a rapidly changing world and create a society in which everyone has the opportunity to realize their full potential.