St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, at Meera Bagh in New Delhi is a coeducational day school affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Established in 1990, the school is run by St. Mark’s Christian Educational Society and offers education from pre-school through class XII. It boasts strength of 3800 students and 150 faculty members.
The founder chairman of the school is T. P. Aggarwal who has been awarded the Dr. Radhakrishnan Memorial National Teachers Award.
The campus sprawls over an area of 4.21 acres hosting well equipped laboratories, a well stocked library, and computer lab, huge play field with facilities for cricket, football, and basket ball, among others. The math lab is equipped with audio-visual facilities; there are resource rooms for English, Hindi, Sanskrit and Psychology, dance rooms, music rooms, medical infirmary and facilities for indoor games.
The subjects taught till secondary level are English, Hindi, Sanskrit, science, mathematics, social science, computer science, home science, commercial art, games, music, dance and physical education. At the senior secondary level, science (medical and non-medical), commerce and humanities streams are offered.
The school promotes NCC, Scouts, hobby clubs, co-curricular activities including camping and educational excursions, class plays, debates, dramatics, art and craft, quizzing and cultural shows.
Registration forms are available from January 1 to 15, 2014 between 9:00 am to 11:30 am at the school reception.
The age eligibility for admission in preschool is three years as on March 31, 2013. The total numbers of seats in pre-school are 280 of which 210 are available for General Category and 70 are reserved for EWS/Disadvantaged Group.
Fees: For fee information, please refer http://www.saintmarksschool.com/meerabagh/about_sms/add_infor/fees.html
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh has won the Best Global Collaboration Award at the World Education Summit, the International School Award – an initiative by the British Council and, very recently, the AEC (Asia Europe Classroom) Gold Award (Prize money 2000 Euros) for its collaborative Project – Windows to the Past-A Glimpse into our Heritage.
Anjali Aggarwal, principal of St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh was awarded the Radha Krishnan Memorial Award in 1999 and the Avantika Saraswati Samman in 2001. She also received the P.T.A National Award by the Parent Teacher Association of Indi and the Kiran Life Time Achievement Award 2009’ by Women International Network (WIN) in association with Taj Association for Art, Culture and Heritage (TAACH).