The School's philosophy is well illustrated in Rabindranath Tagore's words "I was brought up in an atmosphere of aspiration, aspiration for the expansion of the human spirit. We in our home sought freedom of power in our language, freedom of imagination in our literature, freedom of soul in our religious creeds, and that of mind in our social environment. Such an opportunity has given me confidence in the power of education which is one with life and only which can give us real freedom, the highest that is claimed for man, his freedom of moral communion in the human world".
The Tagorean emblem represents three letters T I S. The central I is the leaping flame of the candle, signifying everlasting knowledge, enclosed by T which forms the arms and legs of the child who is never tired in his quest for this 'Vidya' or knowledge. Like the light of the candle, the child is continuously striving to reach for the stars.
" I am worthy " says the child. This is a positive self realisation and this belief guides the student on the path of true knowledge, and helps him/her to evolve as a self confident, multi-faceted human being.
This is the simple Tagorean philosophy: ' Belief in Self '.
" I Am What I Am.
I am the Truth and Joy Forever."