forward is a celebration in the life of a Martiner. True
to the School Motto Light begets Light, the Martiners
shine bright in the wealth of the goodness of God
through every walk of their life.
The new disciplines included in the Curriculum opened up
new avenues and experiences for our students, helping
them further to realize their dreams and aspirations and
making them confident individuals well equipped to meet
the challenges of life.
Introduction of Physical Education as a Subject for our
Students of Class XI and XII has been welcomed by all
students of Science and Commerce Sections. Over a short
period of time, this branch has increased in popularity
and ensures that a balance is maintained for the young
minds overstressed with the load of their chosen
optional subjects. Trained by a talented and efficient
Physical Education Teacher, the students look forward to
de-stress and re-energize their minds and bodies during
the Physical Education periods which make them better
equipped to concentrate further.
The introduction of Computer Science as a Subject for
the Senior Secondary Classes added new dimensions to the
Science Stream as the students were drilled in the new
subject that would pave the way for effective pursuance
to a productive and rewarding career. Care is taken to
ensure that the foundations of Computer Education are
well laid during the course of a Childís tenure in
school from Prep to Class XII. Thus the students are
well equipped to gain an edge as they progress to
college and the work arenas.
The introduction of an International Language aims to
equip the student to the modern times. Knowledge of
French Language is a must for any student who aspires to
work in such diverse fields such as Fashion, IT, Art,
Fine Cuisine or Diplomacy. Thus French was initiated in
the School as third Language for the Middle Classes.
Into the third year, this move has been welcome by the
students and parents alike. Regular presentations by the
students who learn the language, expose their talents
and create a curiosity and interest in the younger