Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world (Nelson Mandela)   It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it (Aristotle)   Education is the best friend. An educated person is respected everywhere. Education beats the beauty and the youth (Chanakya)   Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow (Anthony J. D'Angelo)

Summer Uniform

Prescribed Uniform:

P.G. and K.G:

Coloured Clothes (No Uniform)

Prep-III:

Girls

  1. Half sleeves A-line white shirt.
  2. White socks and black school shoes.
  3. A white shalwar may be worn.
  4. Black and white hair accessories.

Boys

  1. Half sleeves Shirt with grey shorts/trousers.
  2. Black socks and black school shoes.
  3. Dark green baseball cap with APSACS insignia (Optional).

Class IV to V:

Girls

  1. Half sleeves white shirt with slits; edging done in dark green.
  2. White shalwar.
  3. Green sash.
  4. White socks and black school shoes.
  5. Black and white hair accessories.

Boys

  1. Half sleeves shirt with grey shorts/trousers.
  2. Black socks and black school shoes.
  3. Dark green baseball cap with APSACS insignia (Optional).

Class VI to X:

Girls

  1. Half sleeves white shirt with slits; edging done in dark green.
  2. A white dupatta with green edging.
  3. White socks and black school shoes.
  4. Black and white hair accessories.

Boys

  1. Half Sleeve white shirt with grey shorts/trousers.
  2. Black socks and black oxford cut shoes with laces.
  3. Dark green baseball cap with APSACS insignia (Optional).

Class XI to XII:

Girls

  1. Half sleeves white shirt with slits; edging done in dark green.
  2. A white dupatta with striped green edging.
  3. White socks and black school shoes.
  4. Black and white hair accessories.

Boys

  1. Green stripped Half or full Sleeves shirt with grey shorts/trousers.
  2. Black socks and black shoes.
  3. Dark Green Beret with APSACS insignia (Optional).

Parents are expected to send their wards in neat and tidy uniform. A child should have at least two sets of uniform; to be washed, pressed and changed daily. Parents should inculcate and develop a high sense of personal hygiene in their children.

Hair Cut / Hair do

a)    Boys must have a regular, gentlemanly haircut with regular intervals.
b)    Keeping long hair which may cover the ear or the collar is not allowed for boys. Students not getting the “proper” haircut are liable to disciplinary action.
c)    Girls must have proper, decent hair do.