Schools are the second home of children, where they learn and play, make friends and meet new people. Schooling is as important for a child as consuming healthy food is. All the basics, the life skills and importance of discipline is taught in the school. Here we have come up with top 10 best schools in Delhi which are the most renown across India.
Vasant Valley School
Source: Daily Mail
The Vasant Valley School is located in Pocket 7, Sector C, Vasant Kunj provides undoubtedly the best education than any other school in the Delhi State. It is the one of the most reputed school for the academics and faculty resources. The school is CBSE affiliated. While academic growth is its priority, this school focuses on all-round development of your child by conducting several activities throughout the year, emphasising intellectual and emotional growth. The school also is very motivating about sports and extracurricular activities. Vasant Valley is spread over 8 Acres.
2. The Shri Ram School
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TSRS was found in 1988 and is a co educational school. It is located in D-3 street, Vasant Vihar and currently has 4 campuses. In 2000, TSRS was established in Aravali, Gurgaon and The Shri Ram Police Public School in Gurgaon was also set up in coordination with the Haryana Police Department. The TSRS is dominant over providing every student a secure and supportive environment so that every child grows to be a strong Individual realising their own potential and reaching their goals. The mission of The Shri Ram School is to provide each student a diverse education in a safe, supportive environment that promotes sound values, self discipline, motivation and excellence in learning. Even if the school is an english medium school, the indian culture is deeply valued here.
3. The Sanskriti School
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The Sanskriti School was established in 1996 and is affiliated to CBSE. the Sanskriti school is not only the topper in Delhi but countrywide. It was placed 10th in the day school category according to Education World-C fore Survey of Schools 2012. The campus includes a library, sports facilities and a seperate art block. The school has 2500 students enrolled currently, with a great 1:10 teacher-student ratio to monitor progress of every child.
4. Modern School
Modern School was established in 1920 in a mansion belonging to Sultan Singh, located in Daryaganj, New Delhi. Modern school is one of the oldest and most iconic academy centres in Delhi. There are 130 teachers and the campus is spread out on a superb 25 acres and boasts high end virtual classrooms, labs, sports and good boarding facilities. Sultan Singh’s son Raghubir Singh founded the school to provide quality education and to foster holistic all rounder development of children. The school is CBSE affiliated and about 2500 students studying in middle, secondary and higher secondary classes. It was established with a vision to impart a combination of traditional Indian system of education and modern educational techniques.
5. The Mother’s International School
The Mother’s International School was established 1956 and is situations in the calm, serene environment of Sri Aurobindo Ashram on Sri Aurobindo Marg. The school has around 2500 students studying in pre-primary, primary, secondary and senior secondary classes. The School is affiliated to CBSE and has about 200 teaching. The school aims at being out the child’s physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual personality. MIS aims aims to help a child to realise her unique potential in the light of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother’s vision of integral education.
6. Springdales School
Springdales School is run by the Springdale School Society in New Delhi, the Springdales school Dhaula kuan branch Opened in 1984. It is a co-educational private school and is affiliated to CBSE. Springdales epitomises vibrancy and freshness, dovetailing much of the ethos of the new post-independence India into its educational program and philosophy. The school also has a well recognized integrated special needs program for differently – abled children and a special needs centre.
7. Delhi Public School
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Run by the DPS Society in RK puram, the DPS is a co educational and a boarding school with around 7800 learning in its 3 campuses R.K. Puram, East of Kailash and Vasant Vihar. DPS RKP is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC) and the National Progressive Schools’ Conference (NPSC).
8. Sardar Patel Vidyalaya
Located at the Lodi estate in New delhi, the school is named after Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel. Promoted in 1957 by the Gujarat Education Society, it boasts an enrolment of 1,500 students from nursery to class XII and is affiliated with the CBSE. The faculty strength is about 200. Though primarily subjects such as Math, science and social studies are taught in Hindi, students are taught ‘technical terms’ which are the English counterparts of whatever they learnt. This makes the students proficient in both the languages. English is the medium of education from the 6th grade onwards.
9. DPS Vasant Kunj
DPS Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj, was established in 1991 by the Delhi Public School Society under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Vinay Kumar, running its afternoon shift in DPS Vasant Vihar. The school moved to its present campus in Vasant Kunj in 1994. The school is considered to be the top in the country and is ranked by over 50 publications.
10. Apeejay School
Source: Apeejay Education Society
Apeejay School was established in 1988 on March 19 by Dr. Satya Paul who is the Apeejay Education Society. It is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. Every class, from Pre-School to the Senior Secondary level, has two sections. Science and Commerce streams are offered at the Senior Secondary level.