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The Alpine Public School campus is strategically designed to provide an ideal and secure environment for its students.

Inspired by great saint of Vrindavana, His holiness Shri Haridas Shstriji Maharaj (Shad Darshanacharya), Mr. Sandeep Mittal an Engineer, took the initiative to lay the foundation of "Alpine Public School" under the aegis of "Mukund Madhav Shiksha Samiti". He was Supported by Mr. N.K. Dhawan, Mr.R.K. Gupta (both Engineers) and Mr.Kuldeep Mittal (advocate) alongwith Other members of the society .

Alpine School was established and begin in April 2002 with a view to develop an educational institution committed to excellence, providing all-round comprehensive quality education leading to character development.

The name of the school, Alpine stands for the "deeply rooted tree growing upon high hills" denotes that the individual must be developed to be "deeply rooted with high head in their lives". The school ethos "Learn to Lead" in a child friendly environment, leading to wholesome development of personality naturally flows from the amalgamation of its name and motto.

The school was established with a mission to establish an institution that understood the changing needs of the society, a school that took upon itself the onus of providing experience and exposure to students that would enrich their personality and lead to overall holistic development.

The school believes in toughening the students for ravages of life and helping them to upheavals and challenges rather than comforting and cushioning them during the school hours The activities are designed and monitored so that the students have to necessarily strive, struggle and sweat at each stage to be able to achieve and enjoy success.

Thus the whole process of learning becomes a pleasurable pursuit rather than a dull and mundane routine .

Parents are the first and most important educators to their children. School education can only be built on the foundation laid by the family.

SPECIAL EFFORT ARE MADE AT ALPINE
  • To help students to become mature, reliable people of character.
  • To be clear and firm on principles and courageous in action.
  • To value and use their freedom judiciously.
  • Strive after excellence in every field.
  • To be unselfish in the service of their fellow human beings and appreciate all religions.