The school follows the CBSE curriculum. Its three-acre campus has a host of facilities where the mix is just right. Besides three playgrounds, it has a 2500-seater auditorium, 8 laboratories and 64 IT enabled learning rooms. Extensive sports infrastructure includes a gymnasium, football and cricket grounds and facilities for table tennis and billiards.
The school, established in 1997, has many facilities, including volleyball and basketball courts, skating, computer labs, libraries, art and music rooms, activity room, medical room and math labs. There are 4 computer labs, three well-stocked libraries which house over 18,000 books. The school has various clubs, such as English Literary Club, Health & Wellness club and the Environment Club.
The school was established in 2004 and is spread over 13.5 acres. Aravali offers day boarding facilities to its students. Facilities include a shooting range, a cricket academy, a skating rink and swimming pools. Various sports are conducted in the playground, including basketball, volleyball, hand ball, throw ball, tennis. The teacher- student ratio is 1:30. The school also provides coaching for competitive exams.
One of Faridabad’s oldest schools, Vidya Mandir Public school follows the CBSE curriculum. The average class-size is 28 in pre-primary and 40 in secondary and higher secondary sections. It has a six-acre campus with a cricket and a football ground, basket ball courts. It regularly sends its teachers for higher training as well in value education, time and stress management.
St Johns is a co-ed school that follows the CBSE curriculum. It has 40 students in its primary and secondary section classes. It focuses on holistic education but with a strong focus on academics. It has laboratories for different subjects and 16 IT enabled learning rooms. The 350-seater auditorium accommodates students for functions. The school holds regular teacher trainings so that the staff is up-to-date on the latest teaching methods.