Established in 1957, Carmel Convent School at Chanakyapuri in New Delhi is an English medium day school for girls affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The Apostolic Educational Society manages the school.
It has introduced initiatives such as ‘Education without seams for class 1’ and ‘daily activity period’ where students learn a variety of life skills, self-defence and sports skills. These initiatives ensure that the school keeps up with the needs of the day, and provides a holistic learning experience to the students.
The school campus hosts a spacious, well-planned building and a playground that houses basketball, volleyball, and badminton and tennis courts. The school offers well-equipped science and computer laboratories and an extensive, computerized library, besides a free evening school.
The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education and offers education from pre-primary to class XII. At the pre-primary level, the play-way method is followed.
Projector screens and smart boards are used extensively in imparting lessons in the classroom. The school follows Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for tracking the performance of students throughout the year. In class XI, students can choose between humanities, commerce and science streams.
Students participate in different activities through the dance club, computer club, history and geography club, environment club, quiz club, debate club and music club. The school offers sports such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, throwball, skating, athletics, taekwondo, lawn tennis and chess.
Students can take advantage of life skill programmes like the mentor program, public speaking, lifestyle and nutrition, photography, advertising, cyberclub and astronomy.
The minimum age for admission to kindergarten is 4 years. The admission process does not involve an assessment test or interview. Application forms are available at the school office.
The school has introduced initiatives such as ‘Education without seams for class 1’ and ‘daily activity period’ where students learn a variety of life, self-defence and sports skills. These initiatives ensure that the school keeps up with the needs of the day, and provides a holistic learning experience to the students.