I’ve been in this school ever since it opened its gates to the students in the year 2008. I’ve seen the community grow into the close-knit family that it is today. The teachers constant encouragement and my peers undying support has helped me thrive. My school has been my second home for about ten years and I’ll forever cherish the memories I’ve created here.
My 5 years at NPS have been some of the best years of my life. It has boosted my confidence and has provided me with a brilliant learning environment as well. I have also found my true friends here.
Kavya, VIII - C
I joined NPS when in grade 5 and trust me, I realized then, that academically oriented people may be brilliant in co-curriculars as well. There is a lot of support for other activities in school.
Madhura Sen, IX - B
It’s a different experience to be an NPSite, and especially being one for fifteen years. I was a part of the school from the very start, and watched it grow with me. NPS isn’t just my school, it’s a part of my persona, and forever it will be. This being my last year at this prestigious institution, I know for a fact that I would struggle to let go of this school- it would be like leaving the entirety of my childhood behind.
We all know that NPS ships out diligent, disciplined, and academically bright students. There’s no doubt there. However, apart from shaping young minds into sedulous adolescents, NPS has played such a huge role in developing my talents, and those of hundreds of students. We are a multi talented student body, and NPS has been nothing but supportive of our growth in every way, and not just of our scholastic achievements.
When I look back into the past, I can’t think of a single time I wasn’t in NPS. From learning how to colour inside the lines to comprehending differential equations, my school has always had my back. As I moved on from grade to grade, with a new set of teachers and students every single time, I subconsciously picked up traits from every nook and corner of the building.
I consider myself incredibly lucky to be a part of this ever-growing family. I’m sure I’ll miss the care and compassion that the school showers its students with, and I’ll equally miss the quintessential NPS traditions- for example, I can’t (and don't want to) fathom a day when I don't sing the morning prayer, or end the day on a patriotic note with our national anthem. And as I scan the years I spent at NPS, I learnt that all that the school has done is for me is to teach me to Reach Out, Reach High, and Reach Beyond.
Nesha Prabahar, XII - A
The NPS chain of schools is preceded everywhere by its reputation. When I was in the 6th grade I’d applied for admission to NPS HSR and when the result of the entrance exam was declared, everyone was delighted to see my name on the list.
I really didn't know why.
But now, it's my fourth year studying in this school – and I can honestly say that this school is like no other.
For one, the close relations between everyone in the school - between students and between students and teachers. Every school now promises to be a ‘home away from home’, but NPS HSR has kept it.
Secondly, every year this school organizes a lot of extracurricular activities, competitions and fests. Here, it's not like everyone is concerned only with academics –we have people gifted in every field from sports to literature, from gastronomy to astronomy – anything and everything. And we have a plethora of opportunities to showcase these awesome skills.
When I joined the school, it didn't really make a difference to me. Now, I’m glad I did.
Ojasvi, IX - B
A lot of pleasant memories rush to my mind when I think about my experience at NPS HSR. I still remember the day, 10 years back, when I first walked in through those gates. I was apprehensive then but the extraordinary faculty at NPS moulded me and instilled values in me which gave me the confidence to face life. Many events like ‘Sanskriti’ the annual day and ‘Vivriti’ the science exhibition gave us platforms to showcase our talents. My heart swells with pride when I talk about NPS with my family and friends.
Rachna, IX A
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