Perfect School life………………..
My experience at DPs Rajkot was no less than what one could imagine of having a perfect school life. It all began 9 years ago. It was the summer of 06 and I had no idea how this new school was going to be. This school made me develop myself and the best part of this school were the teachers. Trust me when I say it I really mean every inch of my soul because what I was taught has led me to where I am. Not gloating. But soon I am planning to go to Itally for a summer school experience representing my university. Had it not been for my English teacher, I would have been nowhere (Oh come on, we all know who I am talking about !) Not only her, but everyone from Math, Chemistry, Physics and our Class teacher supported me and my batchmates in every possible way. Now that I have left school, their absence reminds me more of their contribution towards me. And each time I achieve something, I know who the credit goes to………….
A good school is one that provides the best resources to its students and lets them achieve their full potential, and I realized this only when I joined DPS Rajkot.
Positive work ethics and pursuit of excellence has always been the strength of DPs which helped me shape my life in a positive way. Motivating sessions enthused with the overwhelming culture of humility permeate the ethos of DPS. The helped me in developing into a self motivated, caring and balanced individual with sound moral values and has made me capable of facing the challenges of the future positively and comprehensively.
I cannot express enough thanks to my school for the continuous support and encouragement. I offer my sincere appreciation for learning opportunities provided by my school.
My sincere appreciation for learning opportunities provided by my school.
Dear Teachers your kindness, your empathy, your care and concern- all these things have made me what I am today. It would never have been possible without your kind support. I am highly indebted to you all for this and will forever cherish the sweet memories of my alma mater……….
I took admission in DPS when I was in Class 8. At that time, I was quite apprehensive about the school,. Whether I would make friends, Whether I would be able to adjust to the surroundings, and the list was long………. However even before I realized, I became an integral part of the school, adjusting quite easily. The overwhelming ambience of the school, the enormous sports ground and above all the numerous trees that seemed like a green envelope around the huge cement building- became part and parcel of my life! I was always in awe of the school throughout the 5 years that I was there.