Schools in Delhi are center of attraction among students and parents. These schools are affiliated with various Boards e.g. Delhi School Education Board, Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, Council for The Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi and others.
Here is list of Top 10 Schools in Delhi
1. Modern School
Modern School, or Modern, is a co-educational private school in New Delhi, India. It was founded in 1920 by Lala Raghubir Singh in Darya Ganj, Delhi. In 1932, the school moved to a building in New Delhi built by Sir Sobha Singh.
It is the first private school established in Delhi under the British Raj. It has a 27-acre (110,000 m2) campus on Barakhamba Road, near Connaught Place. The Junior School, also known as Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School, is located on Humayun Road. There is a sister campus in Vasant Vihar.
2. Sanskriti School
Sanskriti School is a public service oriented, non-profit organization, with the spouse of the serving Cabinet Secretary as its chairperson
The Mission of the School is to provide the right inputs to help the children grow up into caring & sharing individuals, equipped to make the right choices in life and grow up to be responsible citizens of the country & the world.
The school’s motto ‘Knowledge is Liberation’ is the cornerstone around which the character and personality of every child is built. The Society visualises an educational system based on the four basic tenets : universal values, excellence in all things, global understanding by viewing diversity as an asset, and service to humanity.
3. Delhi Public School
Delhi Public School Society is one of the largest institutions providing education at school level in India. It has a large number of schools under its control in India and abroad. The Delhi Public School Society is the administrative authority for all the institutions under its banner. Some of the Delhi Public Schools are also affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in New Delhi.
4. Sardar Patel School
Sardar Patel Vidyalaya (SPV) is a school in New Delhi, India, located in the heart of the city at Lodi Estate. It has 1500 students from the nursery level to the 12th grade, with 200 teachers and supporting staff members.
The school is named after a leader of the Indian independence movement, and independent India’s first Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
5. Springdales School
Springdales School is a group of English-language co-educational schools run by the Springdales School Society in New Delhi, India.
There are four branches of the school – at Pusa Road, Dhaula Kuan, Jaipur and Kirti Nagar (the last is only for primary education). The schools are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
6. St. Columba’s School
St. Columba’s School, Delhi, India, was established in 1941, one of twelve English Medium schools of its kind conducted by the Indian Province of the Congregation of Christian Brothers which was founded by Edmund Rice, a Roman Catholic missionary and educationalist. It has followed the CBSE system of education since 1991. The campus of St. Columba’s School is located in the heart of Delhi and extends over several acres. The school admits only boys. Students are referred to as Columbans.
7. Mater Dei School
Mater Dei High School is a private, Catholic, co-educational secondary school in Santa Ana, California. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. With an enrollment of 2,100 students (Fall 2010) Mater Dei High School is one of the largest Catholic high schools in the United States. Mater Dei High School is known for its highly successful athletic programs, especially boys basketball, football and water polo.
8. Manavsthali School
Manav Sthali School is a public school in New Delhi, India. The school has sports facilities such as horse riding, roller skating, athletics and table tennis.
9. St. Thomas School
St Thomas’ School, New Delhi (or STS) is located at Karol Bagh and Mandir Marg, India. It is an institution run by the Diocese of Delhi, Church of North India, dedicated to the education of girls. STS is recognized by the Department of Education, Delhi and is permanently affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education and prepares students for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination. Mrs.Anuradha Amos is the principal and Mrs.Cynthia Manoharan is the manager and former principal of the school. The motto of the school is Light To Lighten.
10. Jesus & Mary School
The Convent of Jesus and Mary, Delhi, India, or CJM, is a girls day school in Delhi, India. Established in 1919, it is one of a network of Convents of Jesus and Mary in India, Pakistan, and the UK.
The school was founded in 1919 by the order of the Religieuses of Jesus and Mary, a Roman Catholic congregation, in Lyon, France, in October, 1818, by Claudine Thévenet (Mary of St. Ignatius). It moved to its current building behind the Sacred Heart Cathedral in 1926.