Our vision is to see our daughters soar high and reach the sky. We give them power under their wings so that they may fly.”
With society undergoing transformational changes and opening up ever newer vistas for girls and young women, the scope and role of the traditional Finishing school has also undergone sea changes. Earlier, finishing schools were focused primarily on educating young ladies belonging to the upper crusts of society, on social graces, etiquettes and social skills to meet the image that society had created for them and to play out their defined roles. While vestiges of that still remain, now women are more in the forefront of every conceivable social and professional arena and stretching themselves beyond the defined stereotypes. Today she is juggling multiple roles from managing home and community, managing organizations to steering new initiatives as
entrepreneurs and becoming role models. In this increasingly interconnected world, future employers would demand candidates who are able to engage with complex issues from multiple perspectives. She is therefore managing herself and her time to adapt to the rapid changes of a globally connected world to carry out her multiple roles. Right from the time when the little girl takes her first step and learns to make her way into the world, she’s shaped by the coaching and experiences of her elders and peers throughout her formative years. If she gets a holistic environment and the required infrastructure where she can learn, practice and master the numerous skills which would empower her to hold her own and make a mark in any event or any occasion of life, she is then ready to take on the world and play her roles with élan.
Updated on: [November 14, 2018]