Holy Child School


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Respected Chairperson HCS,

We have been associated with Holy Child School from past 7 to 8 years and my ward has bloomed into a beautiful flower. This school has a great impact on my child's overall development and we are thankful to the complete HCS family.  The crisis of 'COVID 19' has now made it very difficult for all of us from continuing our regular work but it hasn't stopped us and so I strongly believe that the idea of schooling from home in such situation is great. This has enabled our children to actually learn the meaning of self studying.  Well I see the efforts of the teachers for clearing doubts of children and this truly indicates the spirit and concern of the school for our children. I am grateful for being connected to HCS and Terhan Ma'am. We are there to support you out in every situation and we believe that the growth of our children will never stop even in the toughest situation just because of you.

Regards: Mrs Pooja Manak and Mohit Manak

Parents of : Aaradhya Manak, Class 10

Mrs. Neena Trehan, Chairperson, is a graduate from Miranda House, Delhi University. She obtained her postgraduate B.Ed. degree from Annamalai University, obtaining a first class. Now she is a doyen among prominent educationists of the region, with a long saga in the service of quality education. She started her career as teacher of English literature in 1982 at St. Stephen's School, Chandigarh, where she rose to become Vice Principal. Subsequently she helped establish Woodland House School, Panchkula, as Headmistress.

In 1995 Mrs. Trehan was appointed Principal of Holy Child School, an institution managed under All Saints Educational Society, a registered body set up by her late husband Wg Cdr C.M. Trehan.

A talented and experienced educationist and an able administrator, she reflects her defence services background as a strict disciplinarian. An avid reader, she is also deeply interested in sports and drama. All in all, she is passionately devoted to multi-faceted development of her pupils, teachers and the institution.

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