Army Public School & College, Quaid Garrison is a symbol of progressive and quality education. Our motto “I Shall Rise and Shine” captures the essence of our spirit. In our school, children achieve their potential not only in the academic field, but also in the fields of sports and creative arts.
Most importantly, at the school, we are a team of dedicated teachers and staff, committed to the well-being of the children. For us, teaching is a passion. The importance of instilling good values in our students is our prime objective. In the process, children acquire skills necessary for building a well-rounded personality. We are fortunate to enlist a team of committed and passionate teachers, who nurture our students in achieving their desired goals.
School is scaling new heights with reputed professionals, training our children in a range of co-curricular activities like football, basketball, cricket, badminton and other indoor and outdoor games.
Here education is a fun-filled, enjoyable and growing experience on the solid foundation of values. We believe to create an environment, where students happily come to the school. We want them to have fond memories of their time spent with us, long after leaving the school premises.
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In order to implement our Vision and Mission Statement, the APSAC System expects high standards of behavior, care and consideration for other from all its members. Each one of us should seek to set an example to others.Read More
Students should not be absent from school except in an emergency.Tests must never be missed. Habitual absentees will be awarded a zero. No retest is allowed under any circumstances.Read More
It is of foremost importance that students come to school on time. Students coming late will be fined and will not be allowed to join the assembly.A habital late comer might be asked to return home.Read More
All students must come to school in proper, clean, school uniform daily, including functions, as directed by the school administration.Read More