City Spidey spoke to the CEO of Noble High School and Presidium Group, GS Matharoo, about the school's decision to shut shop this academic year.
The parents of students in Gurgaon's Noble High School, Sector 57 were left in limbo after a surprise announcement on Sunday by the school. They were informed that it was about to shut shop as its lease could not be extended. It would hence be discontinuing operations from the next academic session.
City Spidey got in touch with GS Matharoo, CEO of Noble High School and Presidium group, on the matter today. Matharoo assured us that the entire episode was a case of unfortunate miscommunication. "The school will run as it has been, and there will be no closure," he said. "If need be, we will look for separate premises to run the school from. Parents need not panic. The reponsibility of the children lies with the management."
“I have called a meeting with parents tomorrow at 6 pm," he added. "I will make sure parents will have all their questions answered and worries addressed.”