Welcome to St.Bedes Anglo-Indian Hr. Sec. School
Dear Students and Parents,
Greetings from St. Bede’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School.
St. Bede’s has been a progressive and high achieving salesian school serving the society with distinction. When one looks back at the past years, there is a satisfying feeling to see clear evidence of stability and sustainability in academics, sports and games, culturals and in the administration of the school. We thank the Almighty for bringing together the right people at the right time each endowed with unique strengths and talents united by a common cause. We seek God’s blessings and guidance in every step of our way in the years ahead.
Don Bosco’s method of education is not a method of teaching a subject; rather it is a method of building a relationship between student and teacher which transforms and energizes the students to develop their potentialities – Physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and social. In todays’ fast changing and high – tech world, the young are bombarded with information through the internet and Mass media. The “Expressive system” of education imparted with the spirit of Don Bosco, will continue to work wonders in the lives of the students, especially the needy and the poor. Let us be reminded of the words of Mother Theresa, “Like Jesus we belong to the world, living not for ourselves but for others. This joy of the Lord is our strength”. Readmore
YASH PRAVIR R - VIII B
ATIFUDDIN KHAN Z - X B
ROHITH D - XI D
AJAY KUMAR D - XI D
SASHWANTH K S - II A
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Dear friends, Christmas means so many things to us: it can go from superficial things (like relishing cakes) to meaningful things (like meeting our dear ones; recognising God in the needy people) and to very profound ones (like renewing & celebrating our faith in the Incarnation of Jesus). God, in search of humanity, is one such profound truth of Christianity.No wonder why we say, ‘Christmas is a tangible expression of God physicallyin search of the lost humanity, the lost sheep’.It is for this, Jesus projected Himself as a Good Shepherd who goes in search of the sheep that has gone astray. So, Christmas indeed is a festival of search. Right?For example, the Wisemen from the East seeing the Star, set out on a journey in search of the Messiah. They found Him in a manger and paid their homage to Him.The Shepherd too began their search to meet the Messiah, when the angels proclaimed the Good News to them. They were uneducated and, in their simplicity, they experienced the Divine nearness. They left their sheep and began their search to meet the Messiah.What was the effect of their search? “The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all that they had heard and seen.” (Lk. 2:20). As you all know, during this Christmas, God is in search of us each day.He says: “I am standing at the door, knocking.” (Rev. 3:20).So, let us feel His divine presence and open the door for Him to come in.Then we will hear the angels sing: “Glory to God on high and Peace on earth to all who dwell who at their heart is well.” – an outburst of Christmas joy. In the name of our Salesian Community here, I wish every one of you: Teachers, Non-teaching Staff, Support Staff, Parents, the Past Pupils, Salesian Cooperators, Friends and Well-Wishers and dearest Students,a Joyful Christmas &a Grace-filled New Year 2024!