Dear Parents and Students,
It is a privilege for me to have a few words on this page. It is the role of a school to build and strengthen character that will be able to withstand the extreme challenges ahead. As I have always said, a child needs not just a solid education, but the ability to be street-wise as well. The happiest and most successful students are those with good motivation and a sense of pride in doing things well, rather than merely being competitive. Maruthi Vidya Kendra, Belagumba had a humble beginning in 2004 with 50 students. Through hard work and dedication, we have been able to make giant strides. This endeavor was successful in part due to careful reflection of our history of educating children for more than 25 years by our own tested learning modules.
The academic achievements are a credit to the staff and the students themselves. High academic achievement is encouraged at the school, with considerable student success in external competitions as well. Our curriculum, alongside our extensive extra-curricular, sporting and performing arts facilities will ensure each student is given the opportunity to find his or her niche and as a consequence, be confident in pursuing informed career choices.
We do not claim to have a magic wand to make children score centums or A1 grades. But we certainly provide a stress-free environment conducive for learning and put our sincere efforts to make each child learn to the best of its ability.
We have created an environment to enable children of all ages to fulfill their potential while developing into well-mannered, well-groomed, independent individuals with high self-esteem. Our school is committed to providing an educational experience that is the richest and most diverse.
Maruthi Vidya Kendra is a great school and we have a great deal to be proud of. Just remember that the buildings do not make the school, it is the students. Maruthi Vidya Kendra is your school and it will be exactly what you make of it. It is my hope as the Principal of Maruthi Vidya Kendra, that you will be able to say when looking back, “Those were happy days and we did our best.”
MANJUNATHA K L