Army Public School, Sector 37 is a coeducational day school affiliated to the central Board of Secondary Education. The school was founded on September 1, 1995 with 59 students in four classrooms with eight teachers. In year’s time the school was established as a composite school for classes I to X with student strength of 421 children.
In 1997 school was upgraded to senior secondary level with science and commerce streams with 13 subjects and later humanities/management science stream was introduced with a total of 14 subjects. The school now has three different streams with 14 different combinations of subjects.
The school’s mission is to create or augment educational facilities to meet the needs of children in order to enable them to contribute to the society and promote development of academic excellence, discipline, personal character, high sense of values and national integration among children and provide an education that amalgamates Indian idealism and philosophy with the rational outlook of the west.
The campus has well equipped labs for physics, chemistry and biology, two computer labs, English language lab, home science lab, math lab, art room and music and dance rooms with all latest music instruments and gadgets.
The school also has a gymnasium and facilities for both outdoor and indoor sports like basketball, cricket, football, badminton, table tennis, chess, squash, athletics, gymnastics, yoga, karate etc.
According to the school it curriculum aims to mould children to be ?exible, creative, and proactive with ability to solve real life problems, make decisions, think critically, communicate ideas effectively and work efficiently within teams and groups. The school’s teaching methodology is that of self directed learning and integrated with technology to provide seamless opportunities to its students along with imparting of values of Indian heritage and tradition.
Brigadier KS Jawanda
Admission to Army Public School is subject to vacancy in each class and based on priority.
(a) Admission for Priority I (P-I) and Priority II (P-2) categories is open throughout the year.
(b) Admission to other categories is given purely on merit depending on the vacancies.
Priority – I:
1. All Army personnel posted to Delhi irrespective of time/stage of seeking admission, provided their wards are not already admitted in any other school in Delhi.
2. Widows of Army Personnel who move to Noida within one year of demise of their husband
3. Disabled Army Personnel settled in Noida/Greater Noida/Faridabad / Sarita Vihar/ East Delhi and whose wards are not already admitted in Delhi.
4. Army personnel posted to Delhi who admitted their wards in schools located close to their place of residence, subsequently applying for change on allotment of accommodation in an area that is covered by the APS bus services.
5. Retiring Army personnel, who intend to settle in NOIDA, provided their wards are studying in APS at the last duty station.
Priority – II: Army personnel posted in field/operational areas/non-family stations who select NOIDA as their place of residence, irrespective of the fact whether the wards are studying elsewhere.
Priority – III: Serving Army personnel in Delhi/ outside Delhi desirous of change of school for their wards.
Priority – IV: Ex-Army personnel in receipt of pension including Army personnel who retire during mid-session and settle in Delhi/NOIDA.
Priority – V: Released Army personnel not in receipt of pension, Air Force and Navy.
Priority – VI: Others.
Please contact the school office for information on fees.
Army Public School achieved 100% result in AISSE (Class X) examination (2013-14) with 37% of its students scoring a CGPA of 9 and above and more than 50% students obtaining an aggregate of 75% and above and the number of A1 and A2 grades per student was 1.96%.
The students of Army Public School NOIDA took an initiative to spread awareness about the lack of student safety in India and also intend to find solutions for issues such as drug abuse, theft, bullying/ragging, harassment, cyber bullying, and hate crimes. Students of classes IX to XI visited the Smile Foundation Centre in Noida interacted with the children there and conducted various activities like making Paper Mache, Dancing etc. The aim of such exercises is to sensitize students towards the less privileged and also to teach them to give back to the society.
Being a day school Army Public School, Sector 37 does not offer accommodation facility.