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Last gathering with 2017 batch of class X and XII

Our last gathering with 2017 batch of class X and XII students coincided with their last day in school(for returning text books) scheduled on 14.12.17.

Madam Principal delivered her last and the final words of wisdom encapsulating in the form of "dos and don'ts", reiterating indispensable points (henceforth, will serve as safety leverage from unexpected risk and trouble in the thoroughfare of their life). Happy times come and go but the memories stay forever. Gates of memory will never close. We will miss you all, since you all turned out to be our best team of students ever. Days will pass into week, weeks into month, and finally months into year. And we all will think about those great memories we cherished together, often in silent tears.

May you all succeed in life, always wearing the crown that not only shines with joy, pride and popularity, but also resounding with the rhythm of being good human being, repeatedly echoing even our ears. Our prayers and best wishes will always be there, shadowing you all as your guardian deities. Enjoy the vacation and remain safe.


Date: 14/12/2017

Prevention is better than cure

Police OC of crime branch from Thimphu Thromde talked briefly to our students about our juvenile/ youth involvement in crime, and also asked them to refrain from all such crime related activities during their winter break.

As long as they are in school, they are like a "caged birds" under the captivity of school authorities, but once the school gets closed, most of our school going youth will be like "free birds" flying cluelessly on their own. Thus, they become easily susceptible to all types of crime (especially the ones living in urban areas).

Juvenile (children or young people/ youth) crime is one of the nation's serious problems. Concern about it is widely discussed and often shared by every institutions, higher authorities, law makers, local government officials and even by the public. In recent years, this concern has grown alarmingly with the dramatic rise in juvenile violence as well as juvenile involvement in various other crimes that began in the early-2000s and peaked in now. Although juvenile crime rates appear to have fallen since the beginning of this year, this decrease has not alleviated the concern.


Date: 26/11/2017

Farewell to class 12

Coinciding with His Majesty’s 4th Druk Gyalpo's Birth Anniversary the school bid farewell to Class XII students. Thanks to the team of our highly dedicated, unbelievably hardworking, amazingly enthusiastic and dynamically visionary captains of Class XI. The entire credit goes to you all for making the programme fantastically grand success. 
Someone rightly said: “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.”
The entire motithang family, would like to thank all our class XII students for coming and participating as well as making the programme successful. 
"Not creating any problem in the school and to the school itself is your great contributions towards our school". Thank you again, for being one of the best batch of class XII ever, and all the best for your upcoming board examination.


Date: 11/11/2017

Non-Academic Award Day

9th November 2017 was observed as non-academic award day. On this day following awards and certificates were awarded :

  1. Scouts
  2. Captains
  3. School teams
  4. PYP members
  5. Motithang idol
  6. Barber
  7. Best human being for 2nd term
  8. School dancers and mask dancers
  9. Best students:
    * (Senior level- master Nima Yoezer, 12 Com B and miss Kuenga Tashi Wangmo, 12 Sc A)
    * (Junior level- master  Tenzin Ongdruk, 10 A and miss Rinchen Lham, 10 B
  10. Best volunteered (master Chandra Subba, 12 Arts A)
  11. Star class (10 D from junior and 11 Arts from senior level)
  12. Certificates to the subject teachers whose subjects are in top ten in BCSE and BHSEC.


Date: 9/11/2017

Offering kusung thuk ge mendrel

We the Motithang family offered Kusung Thuk Ge Mendrel  to His Holiness 70th Jekhenpo and lunch to all the devotees on 14th October, 2017 where oral transmission of kanjur is going on. Along with these our students helped in serving the lunch and did a mass cleaning in and around the kueselphodrang area. May all the sentient beings liberated from this samsara through the merits we have accumulated.

Through this merit, may all sentient beings, limitless as the sky,
purify the collection of negativities and obscuration.
Having fulfilled all the wishes accordingly
may we quickly attain Vajradharahood.
Through the consistent practice of the holy Dharma throughout lifetimes,
until I enter the stage of Great Enlightenment,
may I be victorious in the battle with the four obstructive maras
that this wish be accomplished without hindrance.

We would like to thank Lopen Dhendup Tobgay for initiating.


Date: 16/10/2017

Annual Concert


Date: 11/10/2017

Common saying, "Practice makes people Perfect". Practice does brings perfection in any work we are doing whether sports or academics, and even in play or drama.

Our charismatic boys and girls have bewitched entire audience under the magical spell of their talent. Each player is given with best suited character that they can play / perform flawlessly outstanding. Like our secretary, Dasho Karma Yeshi said, our students have shown best of their abilities and drama turn out to be superb.

We would also like to acknowledge our English faculties who left no stones unturned to achieve perfection in drama. Credit also goes to school administrators especially madam principal and Vice Principal Tshering Zangmo who were equally passionate and determined in bringing best quality and making our performers excel on stage. Not to forget many others who also have a hand in bringing perfection. Cheer's to all.


Date: 10/10/2017

Invitation to all


Date: 29/09/2017

3rd in Zhungdra competition
Our school stood third in Zhungdra competition. Zhungdra is one such melodiously soothing song that captures the essence of our culture, and helps our youth to cope with their existential anxieties and dilemmas in the era of indiscriminate modernization.

Besides monastic dance or cham, traditional Bhutanese music falls under two categories – Zhabdro Dangrem and Zhabdro Gorgum. Under Zhabdro Dangrem come zhungdra, zhey, zheym, alo, langko and some traditional regional specific dangrems of Mangde, Talo, Mongar and Trashigang. Under Zhabdro Gorgum comes Boedra and Drukdra – song that came from Tibet and songs that originated in Bhutan. Unfortunately, they are at the brink of dying and will be soon forgotten by our future generations. Thus, to preserve and to revive these dying melodies of our country, Thimphu thromde masterminded such noble idea of having competition among Thimphu schools. Thanks you all: our agile and graceful dancers for winning position, preserving our culture, entertaining public and making us proud.


Date: 1/10/2017

Runners up in cricket

Our boys’ cricket team played well and turns out to be the runners up in the final. Credit also goes to Mr.Sherab Wangchuk (the coach) who left no stones unturned to train our cricketers. We should all have the will to win but winning is not everything rather participation is. The whole struggle which we do to win something is also very important. It is not necessary to win every time we participate. Even god has to do justice by being with other's side.

Our boys and even girls have been winning cricket match almost every year. This clearly indicates that we still hold our standing ground. Cheers to all and thanks for making MHSS proud.


Date: 25/09/2017

Mountain Echoes

Our budding Shakespeare, Dorji Gyeltshen (class 10 G) reciting poem with Prime Minister at Mountain Echoes 2017. Thank you Dorji Gyeltshen, for making us all overwhelmingly proud by bestowing another star to the fame and status of our school.

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Date: 5/09/2017

Token of appreciation to our Lopen Dawa Penjor

Parting gift for our retiring lop. Dawa Penjor from students and school was awarded yesterday. Such a noble initiative of "awarding gift as a token of appreciation and remembrance for retiring teachers (for the selfless service they have rendered)" is a brainchild of our madam Principal.

Lop. Dawa Penjor dedicated his entire active life for teaching, starting from schools in Southern Bhutan to Eastern Bhutan, and finally lending up in Thimphu (starting from Changzamtok to Lungtenphu, and then in Motithang HSS till his retirement). More than 90% of our teachers fail to do justice to teaching profession because they either change their post or profession itself after seeing greener grass elsewhere but Lop. Dawa Penjor continued serving as teacher till his retirement. This corroborated his passion and dedication for teaching, and love and devotion for children. May our lop. Dawa always remain happy, healthy and prosperous by the grace of god of wisdom, and with the love and prayer from all his student


Date: 25/08/2017

Certificates of best human being

Certificates of best human being were awarded for each class. They were the impeccable soul, nominated by their classmates from the masses, after scrupulously scrutinizing their behaviors and attitude. This is the first time in the history of our school that we have started awarding certificates of such kind, and was entirely spearheaded and pioneered by madam principal under her dynamic leadership.


Date: 25/08/2017

Winner of Youth Reading Competition

On behalf of school, madam principal congratulated and acknowledged Nima Yoezer for winning 1st position in National level Youth Reading Competition in Dzongkha, by awarding khader, cash price, medal and certificate of merit and appreciation. Madam also congratulated and acknowledged our graceful dancers, and two lopens who guided and escorted Nima and the team of graceful dancers for their amazingly outstanding performance.


Date: 21/08/2017

Result of school captains

Finally, the result for the post of two school captains (one for boys and another for girls) were declared. Voting was done judiciously by our students and staff in-parallel with the rules and regulations of ECB (Election Commission of Bhutan), by using EVM (Electronic Voting Machine).


Date: 18/08/2017

Award to Academic Excellence students

Different level of toppers and academic excellence students were awarded letter of appreciation and khader (as symbol of appreciation by our management through our school chairman, Dasho Pema Jungney 👭These group of students are not only epitome of our academic excellence but also perfect model of good human being with all excellent qualities ingrained in them. "Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do". Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. ---Aristotle


Date: 16/08/2017

Mid-Term result declaration

Madam Principal gave indispensable advice (about the kind of care and support they will have to render to their children) to parents of class XII students. Madam also briefed them on overall performance of class XII in their mid-term exam.

Class X and XII are the two most challenging rung in the academic ladder. Only those students who really work hard (either from the beginning of academic session or at least immediately with the beginning of mid-term session) with full dedication and seriousness will succeed.


Date: 12/08/2017

Welcoming Champions

His Excellency Lyonpo Namgay Dorji awarded certificates, khaders and even cash prizes to Karma Dorji and 7 other students. Karma Dorji is not only the pride of our school in particular, but also nation at large for winning gold medal in karate tournament held in Sri Lanka within the SAARC countries.

We would like to congratulate all 8 champions of our school for making us all proud. To be a winner one needs many good qualities; and they possess all, such as dedication, determination, hard work, good manner and best attitudes, including prayers, blessings and best wishes.

Date: 11/08/2017

Karate Champions

Congratulations, boys! You all have made us proud again by bagging one gold and two bronze medals at the 4th South Asian Karate Championship, which was held in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Karma Dorji won gold in the Junior Kata category, while Dewan Mongerand Tshering Wangchuk received bronze medals in the Junior Kumite category.



Date: 6/08/2017

Blessing from His Holiness Pedsheling Trulku

Wang (blessing) offered by His Holiness Pedsheling Trulku to entire Motithang family in our MPH.

Date: 4/08/2017