Top 10 Schools in North, West Delhi

Top 10 Schools in North, West Delhi

It has also started exchange programmes with schools in the US, UK and Mexico etc. The school has topped in 6 categories, including ‘academic rigour’, ‘infrastructure and facilities’ and ‘extra-curricular activities’.

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1. Bal Bharti public school, Pitampura
    Website:   | Phone: 011-27028600

The school offers horse riding, cricket fields, football and basketball and two swimming pools. It has also started exchange programmes with schools in the US, UK and Mexico etc. The school has topped in 6 categories, including ‘academic rigour’, ‘infrastructure and facilities’ and ‘extra-curricular activities’.


2. The Modern School, Education City
    Website:   | Phone: 011-27012531/2/3

The Modern School came into existence on 20th October 1920, with six children on the rolls (the numbers swelled up to twelve by the end of the year) at 24 Daryaganj, a nineteenth century family bungalow, with Ms Kamala Bose as its first Principal. Then a day boarding school, with 125 scholars on the rolls, it moved to a new and its present location at Barakhamba Road on 4th January 1933.


 3.  Montfort School
      Website:   | Phone: 011-27130841

The school has a system of hobby clubs, including Nature club, Science club, Language club etc which help students develop their skills. The active counseling and career guidance cell organises workshops and seminars. Montfort has the best ‘value for money’, ‘sports’ and ‘social accountability’ scores.

4. Apeejay School, Pitampura
Website:  | Phone: 011-27022140

Apeejay School lays emphasis on computer-aided learning with specially designed packages and classrooms fitted with LCDs. The school also has a well-equipped Robotics Lab. It is tied for the best ‘academic rigour’ score, and has topped ‘life skills education’ and ‘value system/integration’.

5.  Delhi Public School, Rohini
      Website: |  Phone:  011-27055942

The school has tied-up with many NGOs to inculcate a sense of community service in students. Exchange programmes and trips, including one to NASA, are regularly organised. Tied at the third spot, DPS has the second highest ‘value for money’, ‘safety and hygiene’ and ‘individual attention to students’ scores.

6. Mata Jai Kaur Public School
    Website:   | Phone: 011-27244590

The school has a multi-media centre and smart classes, with 3D and 2D modules. Resident doctors keep a check on students’ dental and physical health. The school band makes life interesting. Mata Jai Kaur has the second highest ‘social accountability’ score and has done well on the ‘value for money’ parameter as well.

7. The Heritage School, Rohini
     Website:   | Phone: 011-27062800

Along with subject labs, the school has special design labs for carpentry, pottery, handicrafts and multimedia and graphics. Wi-fi and boradband facilties are also available. The school has topped the ‘individual attention to students’, ‘life skills education’, ‘innovative teaching’ and ‘value system/integration’ categories.


8. Ryan International, Rohini
     Website:   | Phone: 011-27932770

Tied at the No.7 spot, the school offers a well-organised library, football and cricket fields, a skating rink and swimming pool. The school band is trained to play various instruments uncluding bagpipes and flutes. It has the second highest ‘safety and hygiene’ score and does well on the ‘individual attention to students’ parameter.


9. Dav Public School, Pushpanjali Enclave
    Website:  | Phone: 011-27018261

Activities as varied as dance, art, sports, robottics and food planning are on offer. The school is international in its outlook and has tied up with various international programmes and institutions. It has the third highest ‘individual attention to students’ score and does well on the ‘innovative teaching’ and ‘safety and hygiene’ categories.


10. Kulachi Hansraj Model school
       Website:   | Phone: 011-27143364

Started in 1972, the school has a day care centre for primary students and interesting activities organised by various clubs, such as the eco club, rotary club or the UN club etc. The school runs Manovikas Kendra for special needs children. It has respectable scores in the ‘social accountability’ and ‘sports’ categories.