Army Public School, Chandimandir Cantt, Panchkula is a co-educational English medium day school affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. It offers schooling from primary level through class XII.
With the excellent infrastructure and facilities it offers, it is ranked among the best schools in Panchkula.
The 12 acre school campus hosts the following facilities:
Well-equipped Science, Mathematics and Geography Labs
Well Stocked Library
Lush Green Lawns
Hi-Tech Computer Labs
Audio Visual Room
Student Resource Centre with Internet facility
Science & Technology Park
Multipurpose Hall, Open Air theatre
Well maintained Sports Ground and Stadium
The school aims to impart quality education to the children of Army personnel. Besides imparting academic education, the children are trained along the lines of Indian culture and values.
The school’s curriculum is designed to encourage cognitive, emotion and skill based growth.
Students are encouraged to participate in various co-curricular activities such as debate, declamation, extempore, essay writing, on the spot painting, flower arrangement, preparing science and social science models, vocal and instrumental music, recitation and dramatics.
The school follows the “No Denial policy” for admission for the children of Defence personnel and admission is provided to every child based on her/his learning capacity. Admission is offered to children of serving Army Personnel coming on transfer, children of Army War Widows, children of TA personnel, Army Ex-Servicemen as per the priorities laid down by the AWES. Civilian children are also offered admission, subject to vacancy and preference to outstanding and meritorious students.
Fees – Monthly Tuition fee is as follows:
Class I to V – Rs. 1010/-
Class VI to X – Rs. 1150/-
Class XI to XII – Rs 1300/-
The school believes in incorporating the latest trends and techniques of teaching to keep its students abreast with the fast changing education landscape.
The school provides residential facility to a limited number of students (both boys and girls) within the school campus.