New Delhi, August 13, 2021: The eve of the 75th Independence Day of our country was celebrated with fervour and gaiety at Apeejay School, Saket, on August 13, 2021. Students and teachers participated enthusiastically in the celebrations, taking pride in their identity as Indians. The School Principal, Dr. Sujeet Eric Masih, hoisted the tri-colour and addressed the students with his invigorating speech.

The Guest of Honour, Col. Suhail B.S. Kumar, Commanding Officer, 5 Punjab Girls NCC Moga (Punjab), sent a highly motivating message igniting the sense of duty and responsibility among students towards their motherland. Exuberant students presented melodious patriotic songs & vibrant dances echoing their love for the country and celebrating the spirit of freedom.

Inspiring speeches in Hindi and English by our students emulating the valiant freedom fighters were greatly appreciated by all. The program ended with the rendition of the national anthem by the students and teachers, resonating with the unity and rich diversity of India.

New Delhi, August 7, 2021: Apeejay School, Saket hosted ‘Chunauti 2021’, the annual two-day inter-school Cultural Fest on 6 and 7 August 2021 through a webinar attended by an enthusiastic audience. Ms. Rashmi Malik, Director, SPICMACAY graced the occasion as the esteemed Chief Guest. She was extended a warm welcome by the School Principal, Dr. Sujeet Eric Masih. The gathering of illustrious judges, teachers, parents, and participants of various events was also welcomed by the Principal.

The inaugural ceremony of the online inter-school extravaganza commenced with the traditional lighting of the lamp amidst rendition of shlokas to invoke the blessings of the Almighty. A mesmerising dance performance, Uthulu Ede Begi, depicting little Krishna’s playful nature and his mother Yashoda maa’s incessant attempts to make him sleep, enthralled the audience.

46 schools from Delhi/NCR and 3 international schools from Kuwait, Dubai, and Sharjah participated in 7 fun-filled, innovative live competitions on day one, namely - Yarn Spinner, Sustainability Timeline, Revoir History, Heading/Juggling Challenge, Tale O’ Minute, Poetic Combat, Haasya Vyang Fuhaar and 4 interesting video events namely Lokgeet, Spotlight, Milestone Change and Om Bliss on day two. The honourable Chief Guest, Ms. Rashmi Malik, highly appreciated the effort of the School in organising this virtual cultural extravaganza in these challenging times. She further motivated the students to participate in these cultural events to discover their talent, irrespective of winning and losing. The stimulating competitions were judged by eminent judges from the field of Science, Languages, Education, Music, Art, Media, and Sports.

The grand and colourful two-day mega event culminated successfully with the valedictory ceremony on August 7, 2021, which witnessed Dr. Rita Dev, a distinguished name in the field of Hindustani Classical Vocal Music from the Banaras gharana, as the esteemed Chief Guest. The winners for the various events were announced by the comperes while the Chief Guest announced the winners of Ustad Mushtaq Ali Khan Trophy (UMAK) which was bagged by Venkateshwara International School, Dwarka for their splendid performance in music and dance. The overall winners of Chunauti 2021 were Apeejay School, Noida for their spectacular performance in almost all the events. The feedback & response by the participating schools and the judges were overwhelming & encouraging.

New Delhi, July 17, 2021: "Goodbye may seem forever. Farewell is like the end, but in our heart is the memory and there you will always be."

The formal farewell ceremony of Apeejay School, Saket - ‘Abhinandan’ - was organised on July 17, 2021. The evening echoed with blessings as the entire school staff came together to bid adieu to the outgoing batch of Class XII students. The occasion was filled with mixed emotions for everyone present in the virtual meeting to witness the official send-off for Class XII students at the valedictory event.

The program commenced with virtual lighting of the ceremonial lamp followed by readings from the religious scriptures - Gita, Quran, Bible, and Guru Granth Sahib, by the teachers. The Principal, Dr Sujeet Eric Masih blessed the students with his motivational words of wisdom and invaluable counsel as the falcons prepared themselves to embark on a new journey. The Curriculum Co-ordinator, Ms Ritesh Sharma offered her blessings and wished the outgoing batch success in their future endeavours.

The class teachers of the outgoing batch, Ms. Viveka, Mr.Sanjiv, and Ms. Neena Kaushik addressed their respective classes with endearing speeches. Ornate citations were read out for each student of the outgoing batch by the teachers leaving them emotional. The former Head Boy, Aranav Kapoor, and Head Girl, Kashish Nathani shared their experiences and expressed gratitude towards the teachers, their school, and the management. Many students came forward to share their gratitude speeches for their alma mater and their teachers and fond memories created in the school, leaving everyone dewy-eyed.

The evening was interspersed with a variety of performances put up by the present Class XII, comprising melodious medley of songs, heartwarming poetry recitation, a vibrant dance performance, and a nostalgic video film that took the twelthies on a trip down memory lane, reminiscent of their enriching journey in school.

The function culminated with senior teachers giving blessings and warm send-off wishes to the outgoing batch and the vote of thanks by senior teacher Ms Neena Kaushik.

New Delhi, July 16, 2021: ‘Leaders are the role models who inspire followers and motivate them to reach the pinnacle of success.’

The Investiture Ceremony of the newly constituted Prefectorial Board was solemnised on July 16, 2021. The ceremony commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp amidst a soulful rendition of shlokas. The Principal, Dr Sujeet Eric Masih in his address, reiterated the vision & mission of the School and acknowledged the pivotal role played by the first family to impart quality education in Apeejay Schools. He welcomed the revered Chief Guest, Ms Monika Bhardwaj, IPS, DCP/Crime, New Delhi.

The esteemed Chief Guest, in her address, urged the students to embrace their duties with humility, perseverance, and integrity. She also shared reminiscences from her school days and inspired the young leaders deeply with her motivational words.

Ornate citations were read out for the enterprising members of the Junior and Senior Prefectorial Board. The former Head Boy and Head Girl shared their experiences and expressed gratitude towards the teachers, their school, and the management. This was followed by well-enunciated speeches by the newly elected Head Girl, Mehal Kanoujia, and Head boy Bhavya Mohindru. The Principal administered the oath and conveyed his wishes to the student leaders to accomplish the duties & responsibilities entrusted to them for the year ahead.

The event concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by the Curriculum Coordinator, Ms. Ritesh Sharma.

The occasion proved to be an exhilarating moment for all the office bearers who were filled with zeal and zest to take up their duties. It was a proud moment for the parents to witness their wards being invested, as they embarked on a new journey as promising leaders.

New Delhi, March 13, 2021: Apeejay School, Saket, hosted its cutest annual event ‘Teeny Weeny Fun Fair’, on Saturday, March 13, 2021. The event was about learning while having fun.

Despite the limitations of the online module, Apeejay School, Saket, tried to replicate the magic of this 20-year-old special event. Grow through what you go through! This is experiential learning, the best way to learn, retain and use.

‘Teeny Weeny Fun Fair’ is all about decision making. It allows our young students to learn smart spending, budgeting, and saving along with basic Maths concepts, thus, empowering them.