Admission open for the session 2022-2023 for grade Nur-IX and XI          Congratulations our school is affiliated to CBSE.
*HAWAN CEREMONY

*HAWAN CEREMONY

Ontogeny, Main Wing marked the commencement of new session 2021, by seeking the choicest blessings of the Almighty with the auspicious Yajna ceremony, enriching positive energy in the environment through this holy practice. The Principal, teachers, admin staff members and the students paid their obeisance to the Supreme and prayed for the propitious start of the session 2021. The mellifluous sound of conch, the harmonious chanting of mantras created an ambience of spirituality, leaving everybody seeped into a blissful and divine spirit.

May the new session bring health, happiness and prosperity for all !!

*Back to school during pandemic

*Back to school during pandemic

The decision to allow reopening of schools for senior students has spread happiness and excitement among students and however parents sprouted with mixed reactions i.e. feeling of delight and caution. Ontogeny heartily welcomed students with tialk ceremony, drum beats and sweets. eventually everyone bowed down to mother Saraswati for her unflinching blessings and love.

Coronavirus

Coronavirus

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Plantation

A Tree Plantation Drive by Ontogeny School, Sonipat

"Plant a tree, so that the next generation can get air for free."
"Don't make trees rare, keep them with care."

It's imperative that we conserve trees so that the future generation can reap the benefits. More trees would mean that fewer people would have to spend money on oxygen. To create awareness among the younger generation and to prevent damage from deforestation, a Tree Plantation Drive was conducted by the students of grades 6 to 8. Children planted saplings in and around the school campus.

As an impact of this activity, children have started watering and nurturing plants at home and have pledged to plant saplings on their birthdays. We expect this activity will go a long way in restoring the lost tree cover and cleaning the environment/reducing air pollution.