Anita Sharma, Principal, of the school, said that out of 334 students of class XIIth and 377 students of class Xth who appeared for the board examination this year, 52 students of class XIIth and 95 students of class Xth scored 90 % and above marks.
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In the exams of Class XIIth, Vedang Bahuguna from the Science stream secured 98.8% Marks, Sania Kaushik from Commerce stream secured 98% marks and Aditi Bedarkar of Humanities secured 97.4% marks.
“These phenomenal results of the students reflect their sincere efforts, meticulous preparations, and the values of discipline imbibed in them by their parents, teachers, and by the Army’s upbringing and schooling,” said staff from the school.
Vedang Bahuguna who secured the first position in the Science stream, topping the region said, “It feels surreal to me. I couldn’t have asked for more. I owe my success to the school, my teachers, and my parents. This year we had a different pattern of exams. My strategy, I would say was studying the textbook line by line, solving papers from previous years, and familiarizing myself with the art of solving different types of question papers prepared by our school teachers.”
Humanities topper Aditi said, that “We were the batch that took two board exams for the first time ever and it was challenging to get used to it. But I am happy that I could get the scores that I desired. My secret to success was never to miss any classes, especially the extra classes conducted by the school where all our doubts were cleared on a one-to-one level”.
In class Xth Sumedha Das stood first with 99.2 %, Ishika Rawat and Kashvi Khurana shared the second position with 98 % Marks and Shaurya Sharma with 97.8 % stood third.
Sumedha Das gives her success to the tremendous support given by the school and to its curriculum. She says, “Though the year was challenging, our teachers always helped us and ensured that our concepts were crystal clear.”
The feather in the cap is a long list of students securing the perfect score that is a 100 in various subjects, including languages.