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Our Vision

To be a model school for values education in Canada.

Our school is founded upon the universal ideals of Human Values, and hopes thereby to inspire the spread of the integration of these values in schools across Canada. The Sathya Sai Education in Human Values program awakens the intuition and conscience, and brings about transformation of one’s character. We provide students with an environment that helps them gain confidence to become good, intelligent and socially responsible citizens.

Our Mission

Knowledge of both the external physical world and the internal spiritual world are necessary, to elicit the physical, mental, spiritual and ethical potentials within each person.

To promote Human Excellence by balancing character development and academic achievement.

Human Values

The five human values of Truth, Right Conduct, Peace, Love and Non-violence are inherent in a human being.

Divinity is love and it is manifested as the universal human values.


Along with education, one should cultivate noble qualities. Education bereft of virtues is useless.

The Significance of our Tree
According to Sai Baba

Sathya Sai Baba says a tree holds deep spiritual and symbolic significance. He often used the analogy of a tree to convey profound spiritual teachings and insights. Here are some of the key aspects of the significance of a tree in Sathya Sai Baba's teachings:

Unity and Diversity 

Sathya Sai Baba emphasized that just as a tree has many branches, leaves, and flowers, all living beings are interconnected and part of the same universal family. He used the tree as a symbol of unity amidst diversity, highlighting the importance of respecting and embracing all forms of life.

Strength and Stability

The deep roots of a tree symbolize strength and stability. Sathya Sai Baba urged people to develop strong spiritual foundations rooted in virtues and ethical values. Just as a tree withstands storms and challenges, individuals can navigate life's ups and downs with inner resilience and steadfastness.

Growth and Transformation

Sathya Sai Baba used the growth of a tree from a tiny seed to a majestic form as a metaphor for human spiritual evolution. He encouraged individuals to cultivate their spiritual potential and grow into better versions of themselves.

Silent Communication

While a tree doesn't speak, it communicates through its beauty, shade, and fruits. Sathya Sai Baba suggested that individuals can learn the art of silent communication by radiating love, compassion, and positive energy to uplift others.

Selfless Service

Trees selflessly provide shade, oxygen, and shelter to various creatures without any expectation. Sathya Sai Baba often encouraged individuals to emulate the selfless service of a tree by serving others without seeking personal gain, emphasizing the value of seva (selfless service) as a spiritual practice.

Generosity and Giving

Trees offer their fruits, flowers, and leaves to others without discrimination. This generosity reflects the principle of giving and sharing, which Sathya Sai Baba highlighted as essential qualities for leading a meaningful and purposeful life.

Purity and Humility

Trees stand tall and graceful, yet they bow down with humility when laden with fruits. This symbolizes the importance of humility and simplicity, qualities that Sathya Sai Baba emphasized for spiritual progress.

Eco -consciousness

Sathya Sai Baba stressed the need for environmental conservation and caring for nature. He compared the destruction of forests to the cutting down of one's own spiritual roots, underlining the interdependence between human spirituality and ecological balance.


In essence, Sathya Sai Baba's teachings on the significance of a tree encompass universal values such as selflessness, unity, humility, service, and growth. The tree serves as a powerful symbol that inspires individuals to lead lives filled with purpose, compassion, and spiritual awareness.

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