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O Captain! My Captain!
Shiny new badges and the privilege to lead the march past on sports day weren’t the only things we have received once our names were announced as the incoming School Captain and Vice Captains during our morning assembly. Besides getting used to the newly gained popularity, we realised that a huge responsibility has been placed on our shoulders, to lead the school the way our seniors have in the past and outdo them to be remembered in the history of Bombay Scottish School.
As the incoming Vice Captain for the year 2017-2018, I believe in being completely approachable to every student of the school, irrespective to their grade or age. We are supposed to be a link between the school authorities and students, and for this, the primary requirement is that the students should be comfortable enough to communicate with us, be it on an issue of any magnitude – whether it’s academics, reforms or even if someone just feels like talking to us with no particular reason in mind. We hope to not only be a good leader but also a friend in the time of need.
We aspire to bring about reforms in the future for the betterment of the school. We appreciate and encourage all those who have unique ideas and plans to make the school a more congenial environment. We cannot do anything alone, since initiative isn’t a one man game. After all, a leader is nothing without a team.
It is important to be a torch and not a candle, for a candle gives us light for a definite period, but a torch never goes out, but is passed from a person to another.
We thank all those who have given us this opportunity and have put faith in us to lead our school for the incoming academic year. We wish to achieve all the goals that might have been left unfulfilled by our seniors and leave our legacy behind for the future captains.
-Aditi Nazre [School Vice Captain] 11A