There is no denying the fact that from the birth of this school until now, my aim has been to develop self-confidence and good conduct in our students. when we started with the first branch, I firmly believed in an economic principle called the Pareto’s Rule which states that 20% of the effort creates 80% of the result. However, when I decided to join RCS as the Facilitator, I was prepared that many of my beliefs will be challenged while working with young minds that are unique in their talents, upbringings and motivation. RCS in that sense, has been a steep learning curve. It has taught me that nothing less than ceaseless, relentless attention and work will help me attain my dream: of providing the best for our children. I now understand that no rule or law could possibly serve as guiding Facilitator for bringing out the best in the students and there is a need of a high level of personalization in every aspect of student’s school experience. With an aim to develop lifelong learners and contributing members to society, we have developed an adaptive culture in the schools and trained a team which believes in nothing less than the best quality education. The highly dedicated and professionally qualified staff with the ability to handle children with maturity and reverence has always brought laurels to RCS. I am sure that our students will always receive the magical doses of self-confidence, humility and learn how to develop a keen understanding of the world they are in.