Principal's Message

Rosary Church School Dear Parents/Guardians 

It is indeed my deepest pleasure and to be transported beyond all joys as we are blessed tobegin the new session 2023-2024 with zest and great avidity. I welcome all the parents andthe students to the new academic session at Rosary Church School and I hope that theRosarian light shines forever and ever and fulfils the motto of the school. The focal point andprimary objective our school is to produce ample opportunities and overabundant learningenvironment for all the students. It is the joint accountability of the school staff and parentsto assist the students become successful in their lives. 
We have always provided an atmosphere for multifaceted development where the abilities,skill and talent of each student can be identified, nurtured and encouraged so that they areable to soar greater height. 
We look forward to the wholehearted support from the parents. 

Best Regards
Rev. Fr. Savariraj

Rosary Church School “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”
As we have entered in the Holy Week of Lent period, it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of His son, and also God's love for His people. Though this year, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Easter will not be celebrated in the same way as is used to be in the Churches. And we, as Christians strongly believe that the true message of Easter is Hope. This is why we celebrate Easter every year and remember the Hope we have in Jesus. For me personally, it helps me to look at the present situation when the Coronavirus pandemic has spread across the globe.
The way the doctors carrying an immense burden to care for our people nationwide reminds me of Maundy Thursday of the Holy Week with a belief how Jesus washed the feet of the disciples to show them how to be humble and serve each other.

It is just right to say that WITHOUT Good Friday, there would not have been an Easter Sunday. Without Death, there would not have been Life. Without paying the price of sin, there would not be eternal salvation. And this is the Christian message in a nutshell.

People believe Jesus came into our world to carry the message of God’s unconditional love and forgiveness. So often, as Christians we put so much focus on Jesus suffering on the cross and we’ve even stated that this is the reason that Jesus came into the world — to suffer and die for our sins. Jesus did not come into the world to suffer and die; He came to bring God’s message of unconditional love and forgiveness. Easter Sunday morning tells us that nothing can ever separate us from the love of God.

Amidst the deadly outbreak of Covid-19, I strongly believe that Hope is Strength. We, as a community, need to ask our Divine Creator for guidance in coping with this terrible illness and ask for his healing of those afflicted.

Let us pray to the Almighty God to give us the wisdom and strength to overcome this crucial time. Let us also pray to Jesus Christ, healer of all, to be with the doctors, nurses, researchers and all medical professionals who seek to heal and help those affected and who put themselves at risk in the process; to be with the leaders of all nations. Give them the foresight to act with charity and true concern for the well-being of the people they are meant to serve. Give them the wisdom to invest in long-term solutions that will help prepare for or prevent future outbreaks.

Our prayers will be heard, as we are all his people and we, as a nation and a world will get through this, as we do with many of the world challenges we face every day. All we need to do at this point of time is to have Hope and believe in Him.

It is said that though suffering may endure for the night, joy come in the morning. Some new dawns may not arrive as early as others, but we do not lose hope that new dawns are ever before us.

My dear students, I want all of you to be optimistic at this crucial time. Let us be confident that things will come out to be all good. Continue to pray for HOPE. I would like to share a beautiful quote with you all “None of us knows what might happen even the next minute, yet still we go forward. Because we trust.Because we have Faith.”

I conclude my Easter message with beginning quote “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.” Hope does not mean focusing on all the positive aspects of life and ignoring the negative ones. Hope is actually the belief that beyond all darkness, suffering, and failure lies a beautiful light that awaits us and that makes our journey worth it. We will certainly come out of this situation.

You just need to take all necessary precautions and don’t go out anywhere.Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Safe & Stay Blessed...

May the Risen Lord bless you all & bring lots of happiness in our lives. Wish you all a very Happy Easter...
God Bless
Rev. Fr. Vincent D'Souza

Rosary Church School

A woman is the full circle.
On behalf of the entire Rosary School faculty and staff, I would like to welcome you and your families in the new academic session of 2021-22 . We, at Rosary, have always envisage an all around and balanced education based on sound intellectual, physical, moral and social formation.
The aim is to make you erudite, patriotic, law abiding and ceaselessly seeking excellence, with a deep concern for all especially the weak and the poor sections of the society.
COVID-19 Pandemic has surely altered lives and disrupted normal life across the world. We understand the challenges faced by you, your parents and the teachers to cater to the academic needs during closure of school and adapting to virtual learning. But Iam proud of you as you continued to demonstrate diligence, motivation and determination to work to the best of your abilities to learn new instructions.
Our talented and dedicated staff, both teaching and non teaching, have been showing their care and concern for the students working from home preparing notes and engaging classes online for the benefit of students. I appreciate their concern for the students and commitment to academics.
A big hand for all the parents for their continued support. We believe that this is the time to not just deal with the current emergency, but also build foundations of resilience to face such difficult events in the future. Let us consider this formidable challenge as an opportunity to learn and must rise to meet this bravely. We shouldn't let the pandemic pin us down. We must remain positive and keep our hopes alive as I believe that " Nothing is predestined. The obstacles of our past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings."
Stay well ! Stay positive! Keep Smiling!
Rev. Fr. Vincent D'Souza