School History


Army Public School Dighi, set up as a Balak Mandir of the Bombay Sappers in 1980, located amidst the beautiful Dighi Hills. The sprawling premises of the school exude a kind of serenity offering perfect surroundings for perfect learning. The school is exclusively located within the defence premises Training Battalion - 2 with high-security patrols ensuring the safety of students and staff. 

To meet the growing educational aspirations of Army wards in the station the school was converted to Army School in April 2009. The school has been re-designated as Army Public School Dighi w.e.f. 01 July 2011 . The school operates under the auspices of the Army Welfare Education Society, Delhi Cantt, with a total strength of 2863 children as of 01 March 2022.

 Since its inception, the school has rendered invaluable service and has touched and re-defined many lives by inculcating qualities like discipline, punctuality, integrity, forbearance, and righteousness. The school creates an exciting and inspiring learning experience for every child’s most exciting days. These impressionable minds are carefully nurtured and groomed to ensure that they put in their full potential as they grow into dynamic citizens.

The school has been affiliated to CBSE (Affiliation No.1130212) up to middle-class level and up to Secondary Level w.e.f. April 2010 and April 2011 respectively. Army Public School Dighi is also recognized as the “New Generation School”