To the young boys of St. Paul's School, Darjeeling, the Chaplain, Rev. Canon Kenneth Oscar LeBlond, was an institution. He represented home to the homesick, a mother's embrace to the love-starved, his eyes brought warmth to cold Darjeeling. His arms were always open, spelling security to little boys lost in the crowd. To those boys, he was a safe haven, always available. This school is inspired by him and it is in his memory that the school is dedicated. It is an honour to name our school after the man we lovingly called "Padre" LeBlond. It shall be our endeavor to give our students what he so effortlessly gave us- warmth, love, nurturing and a tremendous sense of security.