(Has been with BMS since 2015)
I feel really lucky that I am part of fun loving school we call BMS. My five years here has flown by
like a breeze with a lot of beautiful memories both inside and outside the classroom. What I love
the most about BMS is that it is an institution that allows me to be who I am and trusts me to
lead and educate my kids. In BMS, you don’t have to mould yourself to a standard textbook
teacher who teaches with rigidity and is in a rush to finish syllabuses. Here, we are accepted the
way we are and we are allowed to teach with utmost flexibility, compassion, understanding, and
eventually becoming someone our students can rely on, academically and non-academically.
In this school, I feel like I can talk to my kids about anything and be not only their teacher, but
also a listener to them. Seeing high school kids every day for four years makes us feel like we are
somehow their family and we are a part of their process as they blossom into mature teenagers.
It goes beyond textbooks and mere Economics in my classroom, it is also about instilling good
values, teaching them independence and hard work, showing them empathy through
community service, and teaching them how to grow up into becoming responsible adults.
BMS has given me an opportunity to grow, to learn, and to interact with really great kids. Most
of the kids here are kind, well mannered, respectful and fun-loving. I love seeing my students
grow and change—from first-year students to seniors and from students to alumni. They never
cease to amaze me.
For me, teaching is like art, it’s creative work. It’s the process of organizing complex materials
into teachable units. I love teaching Economics beyond the textbook and watching how my
students get better over years. I like it when students say they picked a major in college because
of a class I taught, or the moments when students tell you how you mattered in their lives. I feel
really privileged that I get to do something I love every day, and that I get to do it in a school like
In BMS, our slogan is “we’re all in this together”, and I believe we truly are. Every single teacher
right from the early preschool years all the way till the end of high school are all working
together towards the development of a child. And truly, I am extremely proud of a lot of our
BMS alumni and where they are today!