Considering the best aggregate in Class XII in 2015, Sardar Patel Vidyalaya is the top CBSE school in the city .With an average aggregate of 89.7%, the school pips Mother’s International School at second place with Delhi Public School, Rohini in the third spot.Another highlight among the top schools, however, is that the Government Boys Senior Secondary School for Blind, Kingsway Camp also finds itself in the list. It is in sixth place ahead of schools like Birla Vidya Niketan, Pushp Vihar, The Heritage School, Rohini, Apeejay School, Pitampura and NK Bagrodia Public School, Dwarka. But the difference is as close as 0.1%, with all of them having over 88% average aggregate.Among these schools, Birla Vidya Niketan has the largest number of kids at 207, followed by DPS, Mother’s International, Apeejay and Sardar Patel.
“Congratulations to the students. They worked really hard with teachers and parents have been very supportive. After such a brilliant Class XII results this news is definitely an icing on the cake and a big motivator for the batch preparing to sit for the exam in March 2016,“ said Anuradha Joshi, principal, Sardar Patel Vidyalaya.
Students from the school not only performed well in academics, but also brought laurels in other segments. Tejaswin Shankar won the gold in the high jump event at Commonwealth Youth Games in China earlier this month, while the choir group of the school was invited to perform at PM Narendra Modi’s address on Teachers’ Day . Another student, Salil Malhotra, who completed his Class XII this year, represented Delhi in Under-16 cricket.