The logo is a symbolic representation of values that every student of The Aryans' school holds within. The font that has been used here is known as 'Smarkan' font. It was used on Indian jerseys during the commonwealth games and, was also used in National Geographic and Discovery channels for programs related to Indian origin. This font is basically inspired by the ancient Indian script, Devanagari. Shape of this logo symbolizes that the school is a temple of learning for both, its students as well as its teachers, and the olive branches represent peace. The school aims at producing messengers of peace.
The four pillars and the foundation of The Aryans School are as follows: -
Knowledge is the virtue that brings a person closer to the truth. It gives ability to evaluate all the options, and thereby do what is right and good. It should never be used to seek advantage over others but to share it and make them a better individual.
Courage is defined as the strength and determination of a spirit to act in the direction of good. This virtue is very important in order to lead a respectable and happy life. It is more important to be morally courageous than to be physically brave. Moral courage can be defined as the willingness to face emotional pain or financial uncertainty rather than compromising on one's ethics.
Humility is the absence of pride. No matter what greatness a person achieves in life, she/he can be termed a great soul only if humility exists. It is about being honest with one's own weaknesses which makes them realize their true self.
Compassion is what a person feels while identifying the pain and sufferings of others. It is the ability to put oneself in someone else's shoes and feel what they feel. This trait comes from learning through our own experiences instead of by reading about it.
Strength and honour are the foundation values of this school. Strength of the heart and soul is the ability to bend and accomplish one's goals without breaking itself. It empowers courageous people to overcome their fear and to do honourable things. Honour represents the courage to speak and uphold the truth.