Principal's Message

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Dear Parents and Visitors,

A very warm welcome to the website of St Gregorios High School!

I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a school with a history of providing exceptional educational outcomes, talented students, an extremely dedicated staff and a supportive school community.

At Gregorios, we believe in an environment that fosters an open, transparent relationship between the home and the school. All stakeholders of the school must work in unison. There is a shared belief that in this little corner of Chembur, our school embodies the principles of integrity, responsibility, diversity and sustainability. There is a sense of immense pride in knowing that our positive efforts will sow the seeds of knowledge in 2500 young impressionable minds, the students of St. Gregorios High School. While academic excellence is our major thrust, the school is also devoted to grooming students to face the challenges of tomorrow and preparing them to make a paradigm shift from concept learning to competency.

Over the past years, we have received so many messages from parents, thanking us for providing opportunities to their wards and engaging them in interesting and constructive lessons. This vote of confidence from the parents serves to reinforce and amplify our efforts We will continue to focus on meeting learning objectives through a well-crafted assessment system; leveraging student access to tools and resources; and providing the academic and social-emotional assistance students need.  We seek your support, as school can work better when parents actively participate in their ward’s learning.

The commitment of our hardworking and caring faculty towards imparting lessons on any platform is truly commendable. Their perpetual quest to enhance skills will certainly benefit their young charges.

For these, and a million other things, we are truly grateful. As I participated recently in a wonderful Class of 2020 virtual farewell, I felt so joyful because we discovered that even in this less-than-ideal ‘remote’ world, we can continue to come together as a community and celebrate our accomplishments. Although the classrooms resonate quietly and the corridors miss the pitter patter of running feet, we meet each new day with the belief that very soon all will be well.

‘Each morning, we are born again. What matters the most is whether we have given our best today.’

Sincerely,
Sarah D’Souza
Principal, St. Gregorios High School