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Best Schools in Delhi

Delhi is the capital city of India and has more than 5000 schools which are widely recognized. Here are the following that are considered as the''' best schools in Delhi''':

'''1. Amity International School''' - This school is well renowned school for its infrastructure. With well trained teachers and a wonderful education environment, this school has yielded good results in the past few years. Considered to be one of the best schools in Delhi, Amity International School follows the CBSE curriculum. It is a co-ed school with ample attention given to academic excellence as well as co-curricular activities. It houses state of art science and computer labs as well as roomy classrooms provide a very good environment for study.

'''2. Arwachin Bharati Bhawan Senior Secondary School''' – Formerly a primary school, this school is now upgraded and provided education till the senior secondary level. It is affiliated to CBSE and has high class labs for science, geography and Home Science. It also has a 2-acre area dedicated to sports and karate training. His co-ed school provides medical insurance for each student for his/her transit from home to school and vice versa. Qualified teachers provide personal attention to each student’s needs.

'''3. Apeejay School''' – This school is counted as one of the best schools of Delhi, it is well renowned for its education and has earned a lot of fame in area of sports and culture. T is under the flagship of Apeejay Group and is affiliated to the CBSE. Apeejay school works to interweave leadership and sportsmanship in its children and students from this school have been ranked as toppers in CBSE exams. Having 5 computer labs, it helps in computer aided learning and has 2 huge libraries, one for junior level and one for the senior level.

'''4. The Frank Anthony Public School''' – It is a prominent school in Delhi and follows the ICSE curriculum. It is a convent co-ed school having proper state of art and infrastructure required for the growth of children. It is located in South Delhi and is well equipped with all major amenities and very good labs. It is known to provide high standards of education to its students.

'''5. Vasant Valley School''' – Renowned to be one of the best schools in Delhi, the Vasant Valley School is situated in Vasant Kunj and provides education at primary level, middle level and senior secondary level. It follows the CBSE curriculum and offers a choice of eighteen elective subjects at the senior secondary level. It is a co-educational school spread over eight acres of area and has well quipped science and computer labs. High academic achievement is a priority and along with academic growth, emotional growth is also given a priority. The students are taken for visits to hospitals, paper recycling, education of the under-privileged, hygiene in villages, etc. for awareness programs.


K.R. Mangalam in Vikaspuri and Greater Kailash is also a good school. My Son goes to vikaspuri school and its a perfect world school for New Delhi

Like, I am looking for a well reputed nursery school to admit my son this year. I heard of several school exhibition and fairs. I came to know that an educational fair called "The Great India Education Fair" which includes Premier School Exhibition in it, is coming soon in the city by August. I look forward to attend the fair this time as I heard it to be one of the biggest school exhibition fair in the country.

I went to Amity . It is definitely awesome . Excellent school and perhaps best, if your child can adjust (perfect)!!! It also aims in all round development of a child .Picnic study fun sports are an integral part of this school.

arwachin school,vivek vihar is d worst school of delhi...........they provide poorest facilities here.......nd u can send ur child here to put dere future in darkness

Arwachin Bharti Bhawan is the worst school you can push your child to. It is tantamount to a jail, where the Principal and all management are the warden. Under qualified and bribe oriented they value education to nothing. I studied there for 2 years and they were really bad for me. The faculty are not free to teach but are compelled to complete syllabus and get marks. There are many many other factors and of course students are taught at a small age to lose all decency of behavior and only get marks. If you want to punsih your child your welcome to leave them there

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