Pinegrove School, established in 1991, is a Co-educational, fully residential, English medium public school affiliated to
the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi, up to 10th and 12th Grades.
Pinegrove is a Regional Member of the Round Square, is certified with ISO 9001:2008 (BSI) and is a member of the
esteemed Indian Public Schools` Conference (IPSC). The school is also a member of the IAYP (International Awards
for Young People`s Programme) previously known as the Duke of Edinburgh`s Award Scheme.
Pinegrove is divided into Junior and Senior Wings located amongst the most picturesque scenery of the Shimla Hills.
The junior wing of the school is situated amidst a thick and beautiful grove of pines and the senior wing is situated on
the banks of a brook in the exotic valley of Kuthar, both in District Solan, in the State of Himachal Pradesh, India.
The School admits pupils without distinction, from all religions, castes, creeds, race or colour and has pupils from all
over India and abroad and generates in the pupils a spirit of secularism with no emphasis on any one religion and yet
with respect for all religions.
It is a universal truth that a person armed with a good education is given an advantage in the search for success in the general sphere of life. If it's a girl or a boy, the most precious gift a parent can give a child is a' worthwhile' education. When it comes to the issue of admission to a 'famous' school, money is immaterial and parents, to the best of their meaning and ability, try to choose the best school for their children.
I'm sure every educational institution makes a sincere effort to provide what is commonly referred to as 'quality education'. In addition, each school has its own concept of education and creates its own specific methodology, work atmosphere, ethos and practices that result in a broad range of final products. Training does not teach a child to read, write and become proficient in mathematics and science in a constructive way. This would definitely make an individual literate, but not educated.
The "all-around development of the infant" is commonly understood to be the primary component of a "healthy education" and this is widely recognized as academic competence coupled with the growth of personalities. Therefore, a school that offers an outstanding learning atmosphere integrated with a large number of sports and other co-curricular activities will suit the concept of a good educational school very nicely.
Boarding schools are much more fortunate to have the time, inclination and facilities to do far more in the direction of all-round growth compared to a day school. Kids get plenty of chances to understand a lot more than just scholars. Students are extremely busy with a rigorous schedule of physical activity, athletics, games, hobbies and other co-curricular activities.
Training has helped the world evolve at the speed of a phenomenon. The world is moving really quickly, and there's little time people have for each other. Humans have been exceedingly covetous and selfish. "We need to ponder, check our hearts and introspect in these times of avariciousness, selfishness, deception, corruption, bigotry, terrorism, riots, greed and cut-throat rivalry as to whether we can proudly call our children" well taught. The moral and spiritual component of growth is easily forgotten. In comparison to "being successful," schools rarely have a curriculum linked to the teaching of "being healthy," We sure excel in producing rich and "successful" human beings but may not be able to tell as much about producing "happy" human beings. Our traditional institutions of teaching (home, school and society) miserably struggle to create 'healthy' human beings.
The power of quality education and the true test of a quality institution lies in this. I would like to conclude by stating that, instead of being extremely intelligent or well-groomed, it is far better to have a son or daughter who is 'good.' If God shows your child brilliance, elegance and goodness with the combination of all three attributes, then you couldn't be any richer or luckier.
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