St. Andrews Scots Sr. Sec. School (GOVT. RECOGNISED & AFFILIATED TO C.B.S.E, DELHI)

About Us


The School is run by the St. Andrews Scots Education Society which was formed in 1988 with an aim to impart holistic Education to develop the varied facets of a child’s personality i.e. physical, intellectual, spiritual and emotional.

The School was started with the dedicated efforts of the founder Principal Mrs. P.L. Rana and other committee members with a dream to establish Schools that would impart education to help the students develop their potential to the fullest, armed with confidence and determination, to achieve success in all their endeavours.

The Management believes that there is always room for further improvement and evinces keen interest in all the new developments in the field of education. The idea is to develop a global outlook in the students, mould them into innovative and responsible individually, yet with their roots embedded in tradition.


The founder Principal Mrs. P.L. Rana, twice recipient of S. Radhakrishnan Award, the State Teachers’ Award instituted by Federation of Public Schools and Peace Mercy and Tolerance Award, has left no stone unturned to make the school emerge as one of the best in all fields, be it Academics, Sports or performing Arts.

Our Vision

Making this Institute emerge as the alma mater for students that broadens horizons, inspires and empowers them to dream the impossible and yet keeps them grounded so as not to lose touch with reality.


The school is recognised up to Senior Secondary level by the Directorate of Education, Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, under All India 10+2 pattern for all the three streams — Science, Commerce and Humanities.

Curriculum of the School

Subjects prescribed by the C.B.S.E. in accordance with the 10+2 pattern of courses are followed. Sanskrit is introduced as the third language at the middle level and taught from class VI to X. In keeping with the demands of global outlook towards education, French has also been introduced in the School.