Apeejay school

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  • Ad ID: 10553

  • Added: 23/11/2020

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Prominent Apeejay School, Noida was established in 1981 under the aegis of APJ Education Society, the great visionary Dr. Sta Paul did.

The Apeejay School, which is counted among the best schools in Noida, is spread over a 16-acre green campus. Located in Sector 16-A, it provides a peaceful environment for children’s learning and overall development.

The school, which started with just 186 students on its roll, has already celebrated 35 glorious years of its inception. Despite its extremely modest beginnings, the school has established itself as one of the top schools in Noida and has carved a niche for itself with high academic standards and excellence in high co-educational activities. The school was affiliated to CBSE in May 1983. The first batch of All India Secondary Examination was sent in 1984, which brought the first division for all 11 students who appeared in the exam. The first batch of Class XII was sent in 1985. In the same year, the school hostel was started with 8 students, to meet the demand of outside students clamming for admission.

The school started its first computer lab in 1992 and a comprehensive computer-aided learning program (CAL) in 1996–97. As one of the top CBSE schools in Noida, the school promotes all-round development of students by encouraging them to actively participate in various activities like sports, public speeches, drama, singing, creative writing, music, dance, fine Is committed to making sure. Art, etc.

With its mission to provide holistic development of students, the school has integrated its activities in all fields such as – sports, public speaking, drama, singing, creative writing, music, dance, fine arts, etc

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