FROM PRINCIPAL'S DESK - WENDY HIGH SCHOOL
At Wendy High School, we take it as our responsibility to find, what is exceptional in students. The experience that we provide for them here gives every student an all-round educational built on a foundation of Service, Adventure, Sports, Creative Arts and Academics. We also nurture a commitment to compassion, respect and wellbeing that we believe is an antidote to the entitlement, anxiety and lack of connection that dominate the day-to-day lives of so many teenagers.
To prepare our students to enter a competitive and interconnected world we build their capacity to collaborate, take intellectual risks and turn their ideas and passions into something original and valuable. We want them to leave Wendy High School ready to engage with and contribute to any team they find themselves a member of; life is a team sport after all.
To prepare our students to enter a competitive and interconnected world, we build their capacity to collaborate, take intellectual risks and turn their ideas and passions into something original and valuable. We want them to finish schooling from Wendy High School ready to engage with and contribute to any team they find themselves to be a member of; Life is a team sport after all.
Our students have always fared well in national and international averages for ICSE and ISC results and have been offered places at some of India’s and the world’s most interesting and selected universities. With the support of our Alumni, we also have an enviable reach into internships and work placements that help to shape both aspiration and opportunity.
If you would like to know more about Wendy High School or would like to arrange a visit to see what we do to transform students into educated men and women; inspire them to be just and ethical citizens; train them to be wise and principled leaders and prepare them to enter one of the strongest fraternities for life, then please visit our admission page.
I look forward to meet you.
This activity was conducted on 1st and 2nd May. 2019. Students of classes 6 to 12 were made to sit in their respective classes and were asked to express their views on what they will do for their school, for the students and for themselves if they are elected as the member of the Student Council. They enjoyed being a part of this activity and sharing their views.
On 2nd May, the students of class 6 to 12 casted a ballot for the candidates their choice for the post of their House Captain and Vice-Captain. After casting the votes, the ink was applied to their finger. They enjoyed casting votes to the leader that they considered to be the best.