Ethics and Statements


At Clarence High School, ‘Every student matters and is trained to make a difference‘.

In a world of rapid advancement of technology, explosion of knowledge and diversity of culture, a firm foundation and the right perspective are crucial. We believe that children need to inculcate these values early in life so that they will be able to live out their true purpose and find meaning and purpose in their accomplishments. For more than a 100 years, Clarence has been at the forefront of this great venture – to build good citizens for the nation and for the world.

We at Clarence respect the right of every child to be able to live and study free of harassment. We are conscious that our environment needs to be protected and maintain the school premises clean and green. According to the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Clarence High School is a minority educational institution.

We look up to God to meet all our needs and take care of every problem. The Board of Management and all members of both teaching and administrative staff meet at various times through the week to pray for one another, for every child and every parent.

Our guiding philosophy was written by one of the wisest men who ever lived: “The reverence of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” Proverbs 9:10, The Bible.


Clarence High School derives its distinctive philosophy of functioning from the verse in the Bible, “The reverence of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”. – Proverbs 9:10. Based on this founding principle, the School strives to inspire its students towards moral integrity and character development, giving them resources that will endure throughout life, in keeping with the School motto, “Our Utmost for the Highest”.