A Glance - Alpine

A Glance - Alpine

Alpine Convent School was established in 1996 under the able guidance of conscientious and meticulous personalities with a vision to impart quality education to the students and nurture their innate capacities and potentialities in a conducive environment for learning. Over the years, the school has crossed many milestones and established itself as a quality institution through ceaseless strivings in all spheres of school life. With 1100 students on its rolls along with a caring and dedicated team of teachers and staff members, the school is treading the path of success, remaining committed to the society and nation as a whole.

Alpine Education aims at the flowering of the child's Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Personality. It is the progressive widening of consciousness which helps the child to manifest that's within him, which is uniquely his, leading to an increasing satisfaction and success in individual living as also collective living, socially, nationally and internationally. Our endeavour is to impart education which looks beyond the frontiers of formal education. It is, in fact, a preparation for lifelong learning.

The Four Schools in Gurgaon: -

1. Sector 56, Behind Jalvayu Towers.                                                                      2. Sector 38, Next to Medanta Hospital.

3. Sector 67, Bestech Park View Spa Next.                                                              4. Upcoming Branch in Sector-10 Gurgaon.


The School's Director Mr. D.K. Sharma has a management background and vast experience in developing high caliber professionals ensuring good governance. Under his guidance and supervision, the 4th branch of Alpine Convent, Sector 10, Gurgaon is coming up speedily.

 Mrs. Rekha Sharma, the dynamic and diligent Principal has been the constant source of inspiration to the teachers and the taught. She has nurtured the school with motherly affection since its inception.


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