PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

SAM International School provides a positive environment where every student’s unique strength and talent is celebrated. A culture of having highest expectations for students and teachers keeps us always in pursuit of excellence. The young minds are nurtured to think creatively and acquire a range of academic, social and life skills. It is our sincere goal that every student gets equipped to be successful and in tune with the changing world.

 
 With the extreme digitalization and changes that are happening around us, it is our sincere effort to continuously expose our students to current advancements. We at SAM International School strive to continuously involve students on the “New” and “Futuristic”, be it through joint workshops or through guest sessions or specific joint programs.
 
 It is imperative for us to foster the 21st century skills in our children so that they are adept at making a foray into the global scenario. At the same time, the need to imbibe values and ethics is of paramount importance in building the future of our children.
 
It is our endeavor to provide safe, secure and healthy environment to our students. We have a kind, caring and highly qualified staff who truly believes that every student can and will succeed. More than the walls, it is all stakeholders working on the common goal that make a school.
 
 Active support of parents will empower school and students to be effective learners. I urge all the parents to participate in the learning journey of our students with enthusiasm. I am confident that together we will enable our students to excel and face the world that is no longer laid back, no longer easy and lets only the best to succeed.
 
These words by Mahatma Gandhi sum up the views that are heartfelt and I am sure that together we will settle for nothing but the best.
 “There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent.”
 
Karuna Verma
Principal
 
"You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.”
Clay P. Bedford