Parents are Requested :


  • Good education is a joint effort of the school and parents. Though the school can do a lot for the children it cannot do everything. The home is the first place where child gets his/her education. So education of your child  can be completed only with the help of your full co-operation.
  • Parents are advised to monitor their wards watching a T.V. programmes and allow only those programmes which are educative and morally conducive for the integral growth of their wards. The school will certainly be of any help to you in dealing with your wards. Habitual watching of movies/film songs may take the children away from realities of life.
  • The child should be encouraged to cultivate habitual cleanliness in his/her work and person.
  • It is the duty of the parents to see the child comes to school clean, neatly dressed and in time for the class.
  • The parents are requested not to visit the teachers during the class hours and also not at their homes. All school matters will be discussed in the school office at the appointed time only, in emergency explicit permission is to be sought from the principal.
  • Parents/guardians are expected to co-operate with the school in enforcing regularity and discipline in the children seeing that they prepare their lessons at home and take active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
  • Criticism of students, teachers or school is not to be done in the presence of students. Should you have a legitimate complaint, meet the principal.
  • Should you feel that your child does not make the desired progress and you want to discuss the welfare of the child, you are advised to contact the principal after the first terminal examination.
  • To take the students back home during the school hours, in case of emergency, the parents should come or the guardians should be sent with a letter from the parents and the child can be taken only with the written permission from the principal. No telephone calls will be entertained.
  • Parents are particularly expected to sign the progress reports, occasional reports from teacher which are conveniently made in the school diary. These should be seen and countersigned regularly. Failure to do so may put the children into great inconvenience.
  • Your children are lucky to be in Mount Hill Academy, Mathura for its aims at their integral growth. Special care is taken to make them good citizens and make their future bright.