What counts in lives is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what differences we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
Standing upright by the revered ideals of Bhagat Puran Singh Ji, Spring Dale enshrines itself in the holistic development of future administrators, professionals, industrialists and businessmen. We curate philanthropic projects aiming at social sensitization of the future leaders.
Adoption of CFVM under PUNARJOT – an offshoot of Spring Dale Educational Society is the significant project taken up to help and support the children of drug affected families of Maqboolpura area in Amritsar. The school supports the NGO by providing training to the staff besides the staff salaries, uniforms, books, sports equipment and other infrastructural resources.
Deeply involved in identification and preservation of ethnic cultural symbols,the school has taken up the adoption and preservation of Heritage Sites in and around the holy city of Amritsar. Selfless efforts have been taken by staff & students for restoration & maintenance of historically built heritage.
Bagh Gardens and other historical sites.
With the cause of social sensitization being at the forefront, we collaborate and support notable charitable institutions and NGOs as :
CULTURAL HERITAGE PROMOTION
The society for the promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth (SPICMACAY) is a voluntary youth movement which promotes intangible aspects of Indian Cultural Heritage. The school has been a hub and coordinating centre for SPICMACAY since 2000 having hosted and facilitated hundreds of lec-dem and workshops of the highest cultural value.
This passion project was taken up by Late Ms. Manveen Sandhu in partnership with Rafi Peer Theatre Workshop, Lahore and Faizaan Peerzada , who viewed it as a seam that would join the fabric of the hearts & cultures of people of India & Pakistan. Several renowned artists from both the Punjab’s have performed at the stage under the banner of SAANJH since 2004.
The pet project was taken under PUNARJOT – an offshoot of Spring Dale Educational Society to promote the love for native culture and Punjabi language. The caravan of Maa-Boli Mela encompassing the musical shows & literary events by young boys & girls belonging to various schools went to several places of Punjab to help the young-minds remain rooted to their moorings.