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Beyond the top ten schools

With each school having different strengths, parents have many more names to choose from. Here are some other good options.

india Updated: Sep 20, 2011 22:41 IST
Hindustan Times

Aggarwal Public School
Sector 3, Ballabhgarh, Faridabad

The school was established in 1998. It offers many sports to its students as an option. The teachers encourage students to participate in extra-curricular activities and community celebrations in the Ballabgarh area. The school has also tied-up with a study centre to help students perform better in competitive exams.

Ashok Memorial Public School
Amar Nagar, Faridabad

The school shifted campus from Kalkaji to Faridabad in 1990. The school is a part of the scout and guide international programme through which the children get hands-on experience to hone their survival skills. They also hold regular teacher-training programmes and have installed various community service activities.

DAV Public School
Sector 37, Faridabad

Established in 1997,DAV Public School's commitment to the parents is to provide an academically rigorous and ethical environment for their child. The school has constructed a ‘yagyashala’ for the frequent hawans that DAVP organizes for their students to stay in touch with their cultural roots. A new 1200-seater auditorium block is coming up.

Modern School
Sector 17, Faridabad

The school prides itself on its facilities for the nursery children—from a mini train to toddler pool and musical joyrides. A science and solar park helps students visualize abstract concepts they read in their textbooks. The school also has a traffic training park to develop road sense in the students.

Vidya Mandir Public School
Sector 15 A, Faridabad

One of Faridabad’s oldest schools, Vidya Mandir Public School trains their students using state-of-the-art smart technology. The school is conducting time and stress management sessions for standard 12 students to help them cope with the pressure of board examinations. It promotes indigenous crafts with workshops for Rakhi- making and batik-printing.

First Published: Sep 20, 2011 18:12 IST