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Dear students & parents, the School will remain closed on Wednesday (29th October 2014) on the occasion of Chhath Puja.

Welcome To Apeejay School - Pitampura

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Education sets one free… going beyond words to expression, beyond earth to sky, beyond thought to action, ‘Soaring High is My Nature’ is our motto at Apeejay School. The beginning of Apeejay School, Pitampura dates back to May 1990, when the first admission was done for classes Nursery, K.G. and I. The school made a humble beginning in July 1990.

Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education for its All India Secondary and Senior Secondary Examinations and a member of the National Progressive Schools Conference, there are classes from Nursery to XII. At the +2 level the School has two streams viz. Science and Commerce.

Modern and latest teaching techniques, discipline through example and encouragement, excellent facilities for co-curricular and sporting activities, make the School an ideal platform for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual growth of the children in its fold.

Mr. Dilip Kumar Bedi joined the school as Principal on 20th July 1992. Mr. D.K Bedi received a National Award for his valuable work in the field of education by the honorable President Dr. Pratibha Patil in 2007.

With all this and more our school has become one of the most prestigious schools in Delhi, where the students walk hand in hand with the contemporary times realizing the value of togetherness. With the fast moving and expanding horizon our students know that ‘All Expansion is Life and All Contraction is Death’.

Location

The school building was built on a four-acre plot allotted by the DDA. In 1990-91, a temporary structure with 11 classrooms and an Activity Room was ready. The school building comprising of the basement, ground, first and second floors were ready by 1994 and all the classes were shifted to the new building on 18th July 1994. This way the School moved from an idea to reality.

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