The school was started in the year 1980, in rented premises covering an area of 500 sq. yards. The school began with a total strength of 9 students which increased to 80 by the end of the session in March 1981 and further rose to a figure of 250 within a span of one year and more than double to 570 by the year 1983. Feeling the constraints of space another building was hired and from this humble beginning the school started its never-ending journey towards accomplishing its mission of providing quality education to the children in the upcoming city of Gurgaon. Forging ahead the school shifted to its own premises at 934, Sector-4 on November 10, 1982 which now houses the feeding branch, Blue Bells Preparatory School. The school was shifted to its present premises on July 29, 1985 and started its growth towards a Senior Secondary School with its present strength of approximately 2500 students.
With sincere dedication and efforts of the Management the Senior Secondary School was initiated in its modest building with only the ground floor and one wing. Seeking the shortage of space the primary classes were dropped and the school commenced with the Primary Wing. However with the passage of time additional floors were added and a separate Science Block was constructed which presently houses the labs. The first Annual function of the school was held on December 10, 1981 with all its grandeur and is recorded in the minds of the residents of Sector-4 till date.
Emanating from a modest beginning in a rented building, today this institution has grown into a full-fledged Senior Secondary School. The growth of this institution from infancy to adolescence is indeed commendable as it clambered the rungs of the ladder very cautiously and conscientiously, adding one class per year.
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