List of Education Facilities in Faridabad - Schools


  • D C Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 9, Faridabad
  • Apeejay School, Sector 15, Faridabad
  • Aravali International School
  • Carmel Convent School, Sector 7D, Faridabad
  • St. John's School, Sector 7A, Faridabad
  • DAV Public School (Dayanand Anglo Vedic Public School), Sector 14, Faridabad
  • DAV Public School (Dayanand Anglo Vedic Public School), Ballabhgarh, Faridabad
  • Delhi Public School, Sector 19, Faridabad
  • Dynasty International T.T.P.S, Sector 28, Faridabad
  • EDU-KNIT, Sector 21C, Faridabad
  • Holy Child Public School. Sector 29, Faridabad
  • Eicher School, Sector 46, Faridabad
  • Faridabad Model School, Sector 31, Faridabad
  • Gita Convent School, Sector 16, Faridabad
  • Jiva Public School
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya No 2
  • LINGAYA'S Public School
  • Manav Rachna International School
  • Modern DPS, Sector 87, Faridabad
  • Modern School
  • Modern Vidya Niketan
  • Ryan International School
  • SOS Hermann Gmeiner School, Sector 29, Faridabad
  • St. Albans School
  • St. Anthony's Secondary School, Sector 9, Faridabad
  • St. Thomas Sr. Sec. School, Sector 8, Faridabad
  • Tagore Academy Public School, Sector 3, Faridabad
  • Vidya Sanskar - International School for Holistic Learning, Village Bhopani
  • Vidya Mandir Public School, Sector 15, Faridabad

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