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Loyalty, Truth & Honour
ST. MARK’S WORLD SCHOOL
(Formerly St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School)
This Society runs St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh & Janakpuri too.
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Brief School History
Provision of quality education, a felt need of the newly developed Janakpuri colony in the seventies was met with the opening of St. Mark’s School in January 1975 by the visionary founder Chairman Mr. T.P. Aggarwal. The school which had a modest beginning grew by leaps and bounds and in a few years’ time there was an all round expansion in the enrolment of students, enlargement of the school building, growth in the number of teaching and other staff and upgradation of the school from middle to senior secondary level.

Inspired by the success of the school, another Senior Secondary School was established in Meera Bagh, Paschim Vihar. This school was inaugurated by the then Lt. Governor of Delhi, Air Chief Marshal Arjan Singh on April 20, 1990. With a strength of over 3500 students this co-educational, English medium institution excels in all spheres.

In addition to these Senior Secondary Schools, St. Mark’s started an exclusive school for girls in Meera Bagh. The main building of St. Marks Girls School was inaugurated by the late Hon’able Chief Minister of N.C. T of Delhi, Ms. Sheila Dixit on January 19, 2000.

With the passage of time the school enjoyed great popularity in the vicinity. There was a huge demand from the parents to convert the school into a coeducational institution as it would be convenient for them to send their other children to the same branch. Keeping in mind the persistent need of the parents, St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec School has now been made co-educational and is christened as St. Mark’s World School. SMWS is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education and offers Science, Commerce and Humanities stream to its students.

Under the canopy of the school motto ’Loyalty, Truth and Honour’, the staff and the management of St. Marks endeavour, not only to enable students to compete with others for a place in professional outlets, but also imbue them with social awareness, pride in their rich cultural heritage and a sense of responsibility towards the nation. The students of SMWS are trained to handle curricular and co-curricular activities simultaneously. Special care is taken to instill self-discipline in their receptive minds. They are being schooled to become responsible leaders with a commitment to society.