Students emotional development flourish in a vibrant learning environment that fosters each student’s understanding of themselves and their relationship to the world.


The Khatauli Branch follows the curriculum of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi, Syllabus prescribed by the National Council of Education Research & Training (NCERT) is being followed. Education is imparted through the English medium receives special attention. Reading & Writing of Punjabi is also taught from III std. onwards.

Campus & Infrastructure

Sprawling over 2.5 acres, the school is housed in a magnificent building with spacious and airy rooms situated in a healthy environment. The school has its own big playgrounds, Separate Science Laboratories, Library, Activity Hall, and Workshop for hobbies and SUPW. The school has its own fleet of buses with door to door facility for the convenience of the students who come from every nook and corner of the city. All the buses have Generator have been provided to ensure regular supply of current in case of power cut. Water coolers, attached with Aqua-guards and ROs have been arranged to cater to the need of providing cold and safe drinking water for the children.

Co-Curricular Activities

A variety of extra curricular activities are organised by the school which help in the all round development of the children. Such activities include Dance, Music, Dramatics Debates, Special Assemblies, Celebration of National Events, Festivals and a plethora of sports activities. The team of coaches and professionals ensure each child is given a platform to showcase talent, skill and expertise.

Social Initiatives

Angels’ Sr. Sec. Public School has a social work club. Students of Class VI to XII are a part of this club. Various workshops, visits and interactions with old age homes, orphanages and various NGO’s create awareness and sensitivity among the students.

“Help the Needy” drive is undertaken by the students clothes, blankets and eatables are distributed to the needy people by the students.