The MUWCI Tenth Anniversary Celebration required much accommodation and preparation by MUWCI students, faculty and staff, but ultimately occurred without any major problems and was useful in bringing attention to the school and hopefully interest from those with the ability to provide scholarships. The major events at MUWCI took place on Saturday the 9th, when the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh visited and spoke briefly about the school. The students and teachers organized a showcase for the many visitors displaying the academics and activities of the school, and the visitors were given a tour of the newly inaugurated biodiversity reserve. Later, everyone gathered together for a humorous but enlightening keynote address by Dr. Shashi Tharoor, the former Under-Secretary General at the United Nations. Afterwards, students and guests were treated to a special lunch. However, activities were not limited to the 9th of February. The following week several UWC heads and board members visited MUWCI to talk not only about the 10th Anniversary but also about the future of UWC. On Sunday, Feb. 17, several students traveled to Mumbai to perform dances for the international UWC board, and meetings continued in Mumbai for several days. We at MUWCI links decided to summarize the past 10 years in our own form of celebration for the 10th Anniversary.