Greeting in the name of Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I am so honored to serve you as your new principal of this year. Every individual's cognitive process and lifestyle have undergone a paradigm shift in the year 2021. We spent an entire academic year online, doing everything from academics to extracurricular activities. Through the digital medium, we learned to accommodate ourselves. In spite of the pandemic perturbation, we did not lose our focus we tried to find happiness, ignite our curiosity and continued our journey of exploring different ways to solve each problem.

Education is no longer limited to classrooms and textbooks. Our school provides countless opportunities for students to learn new skills and discover new passions. Extracurricular and co-curricular activities allow students to express their natural creativity while also demonstrating their ability in their areas of interest. These activities aid in the development of problem-solving and conflict-resolution abilities. The world's future is in the hands of a generation that is both emotionally and physically powerful. We are working to produce a resilient generation by concentrating on the emotional health and wellness of students.

I thank God for the abundant blessings we received in our lives during these current years. Our sincere thanks to our metropolitan Most.Rev.Dr. Theodosius Mar Thoma Metropolitan, our School President Rt.Rev.Dr. Euyakim Mar Coorilos Suffragan Metropolitan, our school manager Rev. Dr. John Joseph, Mr. Simon our Trustee, School governing board members their continuous leadership to grow. I also thank our teachers for their tireless effort to make a hybrid learning pattern in the midst of these difficulties.

During this unprecedented time, St. Thomas school earned support ?and cooperation from each parent, guardian, student, a faculty member at every step and I look forward to the same collaboration and support so that we embrace all the challenges with confidence steadfastness and fortitude.

May God bless you all

With Regards,


Rev. Jijo T Mutheri