Top 10 CBSE Schools in Delhi

CBSE Schools in Delhi are centre of attraction amongst both- students and as well as parents. The Central Board of Secondary Education which has head office in New Delhi and Zonal offices across India. The best CBSE Schools in New Delhi are spread across length and breadth of the city providing education up to class 12th standard. The Schools offer education in whole range of study disciplines- arts, sciences, commerce and many other for class 11th and 12th students. Up to standard 10th all CBSE Schools follow general syllabus (Common Minimum Syllabus) and makes all the subjects compulsory. 

There are many CBSE Schools recognized as centres of excellence to their credit in Delhi. Some of these are: The Group of Kendriya Vidyalayas, Bal Bharati Public School, Delhi Public School, Modern School, and many others. 

The various top CBSE Schools in Delhi engage in providing 1st class school education and nurture the young minds to take challenges in academia and in life. The schools offer excellent facilities in terms of classrooms, laboratories, libraries and every other thing a student need for academic excellence. The schools also focus on personality development and provide facilities for extra-curricular activities and sports and games. We present to our readers the list of top 10 schools in Delhi affiliated to the CBSE (in no particular ranking order).

  • Shri Ram School, Delhi

    Shri Ram School, Delhi

The Shri Ram School was established in July 1988 and has three campuses spread across Delhi which includes Junior School in VasantVihar, New Delhi followed by Senior School in Gurgaon and Aravali.

The plush 1.5 acre campus houses a science laboratory, computer and ICT labs,assembly hall, lunch room, music and dance rooms, sports area, a yoga room, performance area and more.

The School has staff strength of about 360 members across three sites of which 275 are teachers.

  • Vasant Valley School, VasantKunj

    Vasant Valley School, VasantKunj

Started by the India Today groupin 1990, the school was featured in the July 2005 edition ofFortune magazine where the academic excellence of its students was highlighted.

This school is affiliated to the CBSE board and follows grading system against ranking system at the school level.

The school has an annual enrolment of about 1300 students andfaculty strength of about 140 members.

  • Springdales School Benito Juarez Marg Dhaula Kuan

Springdales School Benito Juarez MargDhaulaKuan

The school has five branches, out of which DhaulaKuan being the first one was founded in 1955 by Dr.Rajni Kumar along withher husband.

The school is affiliated to the CBSE.

  • Sanskriti School

Sanskriti School

Formed in August 1998 by the Civil Services Society, Sanskriti School follows the CBSE curriculum of education and has an annual enrolment of about 2500 students.

In addition to this, the school management runs a parallel school called Umangwhere underprivileged children from nearby areas are provided education free of charge.

  • Delhi Public School, VasantKunj

Delhi Public School, VasantKunj

Delhi Public School, VasantKunj was founded in 1991 and is considered among the top schools in India. The school offers instruction from Kindergarten through Grade XII. It has a combined strength of 205 teachers at the senior and junior level, and an enrolment of four thousand students.

  • The Mother’s International School, Shri Aurobindo Marg

The Mother’s International School, Shri Aurobindo Marg

The school was founded in 1956 as an establishment of Sri Aurobindo Education Society,.

It is affiliated to the Central Board of secondary education. It had only 15 studentswhen it started. Today, it has well over 2000 students under its roll.

Also, the school is a member of SPICMACAY and has been featured as the best school in the city in the Outlook C-Fore Best School Survey.

  • Cambridge School Sriniwaspuri Ring Road Delhi

Cambridge School Sriniwaspuri Ring Road Delhi

Cambridge School Srinivaspuri is a senior secondary school located in the heart of South Delhi. The school is one of the oldest schools in Delhi and was established in 1931 by A C Deb.

  • Fr. Agnel School Gautam Nagar – Delhi

    Fr. Agnel School Gautam Nagar – Delhi

The school was established in 1979 in in South Extensionand subsequently shifted to its present campus in Gautam Nagar which was and inaugurated on April 3, 1985.  The school is run by Catholic Priests and Brothers of the Society of St. Francis Xavier, more commonly known as Agnel Ashram Fathers which is founded by Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues. The school was rated by the Hindustan Times as amongst leading schools of South Delhi in the year 2012.

  • Modern School, Barakhamba Road

Modern School, Barakhamba Road

Modern School was founded in 1920 by LalaRaghubir Singh in Darya Ganj. The school moved to a building in New Delhi built by Sir Sobha Singh in 1932.

This school is the first private school established in Delhi under the British rule. It has a 27-acre campus on Barakhamba Road which is near Connaught Place.

  • Mount Carmel Public School, Dwarka

Mount Carmel School was established in South Delhi on July 10, 1972 with only twelve students. It has its second branch in Dwarka and has now grown to total over 3000 students. The school offers courses in commerce, science and humanities and is a co-educational institution which is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Mount Carmel schools are run by a registered educational society called Mount Carmel School Society.


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