Anand Memorial Art Workshop Apeejay Anand Children's Library, one at Park Street and the other at Salt Lake, are exciting haven for lesser privileged children residing around Park Street and Salt Lake. It is also a happening place for the Apeejay School students who use it as a platform for their benevolent and philanthropic activities with the special children attending the library. The library has been hosting a Grand Art Workshop.More....
ISA British Council Award
The school has been awarded with INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARDS an award given to schools in a continuum by the British Council. Both our schools have been awarded for the following years (PARK STREET SCHOOL: 2006-2007, 2010-2010, SALT LAKE SCHOOL:2007-2008,2011-2012).Presently we are working to be able to receive the award for the year 2014-2015. More....
The CBSE Heritage India Quiz, 2013 was held on 12th November,2013 at Apeejay School, Salt Lake, Kolkata. Nine schools had registered for the quiz namely Apeejay School Park Street, Apeejay School, Salt Lake, South Point High School, DAV Model School, Durgapur, Hemsheela Model School, Durgapur, Indira Gandhi Memorial High School, Barasat, Army Public School, Bendugi, BDM International School, Delhi Public School, Burdwan.
Science Exhibition condcted by C.B.S.E
Apeejay Schools, Kolkata in association with CBSE India celebrated the association of science and the human mind in the quest for excellence showcasing a Regional Level Science Exhibition in its Salt Lake Campus from the 28th to the 31st of August 2013.Twenty seven schools from all over the eastern zone participated with their exhibits and fought a battle of wits with one another to claim the coveted honour
2nd International Life Skills Values Gender School health and Well Being Summit 2013
Apeejay Schools in association with CBSE and Expressions India held a two day summit on the 24th and 25th of October 2013 at its Salt Lake Campus in order to instill life skills through practical activities that enhance students to learn how to be a responsible critical thinker, a problem solver and an effective communicator.
CBSE international Life Skills, Values, Gender, School Health & Well-being Summit
CBSE in collaboration with Expressions India celebrated the art of living in the 2nd International Summit organized at Bal Bhawan, New Delhi from 16th to 18th December 2013.Over 183 schools from all over the country and UAE participated in the Summit. Apeejay school, Kolkata was one of them
CBSE-KATHA - Creative Writing and Translation Competitions
KATHA, a Indian publisher of children's story books and translated fiction, has been working in the areas of
creative writing and translation for nearly 25 years. I Love Reading is a programme to promote creative writing
and translation among students I Love Reading Project seeks to nurture their creativity by giving them a
platform to share their writing, thereby inspiring generations of future writers
Student partcipation in the following fests
* Participated in Quixtoxic - fest hosted by Lakshmipat Singhania Academy
* Participated in Akshar Inter School fest for Special children
* Participated in Confluence - fest hosted by Calcutta International School
* Participated in Abhivyaki - fest hosted by Delhi Public School, Ruby Park
* Participated in Manthan - fest hosted by Abhinav Bharti School, Ruby Park
Clean Kolkata campaign with Kolkata Municipal Corporation
West Bengal Tourism in collaboration with Sarba Shiksha Aviyan organised Clean Kolkata Campaign as a part of Clean India Campaign on 8th November, 2013 (Phase 2). The mission was to create an awareness among one and all to take care of our city and its public places.
Apeejay School had chosen Park Street, the hub of the city as their venue for the mission.Students of classes VII and VIII participated in this campaign
Kolkata Inter-School Theatre Festival, 2014
Apeejay Schools,Kolkata every year provides a platform to the young minds and souls to share their experiences on the various ongoing events and happenings of our lives. In the calendar year 2012 - 2013, it initiated the Right To Green Movement in the city wherein the school reiterated the need to conserve our Mother Earth from the scourge of pollution in its various forms. This year too Apeejay School took up the cause of gender democratization and gender sensitivity and organized a two day Inter School Theatre festival at Mohor Kunja on the 27th and 28th of January.
The Times Of India undertook the initiative of Kolkata4women in association with Apeejay SchoolKolkata to share awareness among the girls on the issue of Women Empowerment.The girls of Apeejay School Park Street attended an interactive session with two renowned clinical psychologist Jaita De Mullick and career consultant Mohua Roy who spoke at length with the girls about gender equality and the way the society treats a girl child and ways to improve the position of women and girls in the world today.