Welcome to the Website of Sacred Heart Convent School, Sec-39, Urban Estate, Chandigarh Road, Ludhiana, a co-educational school, affiliated to the CISCE- New Delhi which prepares students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE Class-X) and Indian Certificate Examination (ISC Class-XII).
Education is not just a process of giving knowledge for a future job but a lifelong process that creates an understanding of moral and ethical values to guide one’s life on the right path. Every individual is a unique creation. God has shaped man in a unique way and bestowed upon him many blessings according to the purpose and plan for his life. Each one is designed to accomplish the plans of the Almighty, progressively by cooperating in fulfilling the will of God, – the ordained purpose of his life. God is the real educator and imparting the right Education is the work of God done in perfect love for humanity.
The rich deposits, God has placed in every student, need to be discovered, revealed, and multiplied. Education is the channel that awakens one to his or her own fuller potentials in life. It helps one to become aware of one's own strengths and limitations. The students acquire a clear understanding of what they are and what they can become. Eventually, in the course of time, education also leads one to an honest acceptance of oneself and one’s role in society at large and creates a compassionate heart to be tolerant towards others.
In short, education at Sacred Heart School is designed to identify latent potentials, sharpen the focus to achieve one’s goal in life, and build up a vision to fulfill the mission of the student’s life, to be lived in true happiness and satisfaction, making them a boon to society.
We, at SHCS, Sec-39, Ludhiana, have always envisaged an all-round and balanced education based on sound intellectual, physical, moral, and social formation. The formal and informal curriculum on various subjects develops students’ multiple intelligence and aptitude for life-long learning. The school offers countless opportunities for students to take part in all sorts of co-curricular activities and community services to broaden their exposure and insight. Thank you sincerely, dear teachers, for your dedicated and selfless service and also to our loving parents for your constant support and encouragement that enflame our enthusiasm to make ourselves perform better each day. Let us be constantly reminded of our noble vocation as parents, teachers, and students to build a better world for all of us to live in.
To our students past and present, I exhort you to “Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream, precedes the goal.” Rabindranath Tagore.
Yours in Education,