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Our Principles
In the portals of MSMS, students discover their own talents, and get an opportunity to develop them to the fullest. The school provides an invigorating and healthy competitive atmosphere, created by excellent facilities and guidance provided by a highly qualified and dedicated faculty.

The values, which are ingrained help to promote confidence, direction, and critical thinking skills, leading to the development of well-adjusted, adaptable and integrated personalities. In other words, MSMS offers comprehensive and holistic education.

Besides being committed to academic excellence and providing education for all round development, another special characteristic of MSMS is the appreciation of the worth of the each student. The School is equally committed to the under-represented and less-privileged segments of the population, such as gifted applicants whose parents could not attend school, and children with high potential facing difficult financial circumstances.

A major landmark development has been the inclusion of the physically and mentally handicapped children into the mainstream of school life. This contributes to a strong sense of community life, so characteristic of the school. In other words, children belonging to every strata of society are given the opportunity to study here. The school, does not in any way, discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, caste or creed, in the implementation of its admission policy.

These qualities have placed MSMS on the forefront. There has been a continuity of purpose, underlying the change and growth of the School. Over the years, MSMS has steadily reflected a spirit of innovation in response to need, and has broadened its educational mission, by creating an academic environment that fosters close association and the exchange of ideas with some of the top schools in the nation and the world.

All the academic programs and activities at MSMS work towards one purpose - to help students develop lives of significance for themselves and for others, true to the traditions of the School Motto "Live and Let Live".