CBSE Affiliation No: 880004          School code : 49007
We give them wings to fly, they add feathers to our cap


Rajesh Ponnappa IFS

My School, My home - Army Public School, Bangalore
The fond memories associated with APS Bangalore, where I spent 12 years of my life, shall always remain the most cherished.
It is said that a building is as strong as its foundation and I am glad my foundational learning and schooling took place in APS Bangalore.
The classrooms, corridors and the huge grounds (which not many schools can boast of) were not just a place of learning but moulded me to the person I am today.
Any good qualities that I have, I owe them to my dear teachers — who had the knowledge,
passion and patience to not merely teach the subjects but educate and guide us to grow up to be better individuals.
I hope to live up to the expectations of the school and my teachers.

Devdutt Padikkal

Current profile- Professional cricketer : Represented India and Karnataka at various national and international tournaments, IPL: currently part of Lucknow Super Giants. He represented Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals before that. Year in which he studied in our school: 2011 - 2012

Shaurya Binnu

Aps Bangalore has played an indispensable role in my life . Having a passion for golf and wanting to pursue it, this school provided me the perfect ground for managing my academics as well as golf.the teachers never hesitated to give their personal time to cater for my missed classes. Even my classmates were always ready to help me with anything and everything Whenever I missed an exam,the school would always try to reschedule the same . For everything APS has done for me I will always be grateful.

Niharika Gupta

My happiest years of my life were spent at Army Public School in Bangalore, and at the start of this year, I had the good fortune to revisit it. In the midst of the hustle and bustle of my busy life, as I took a literal and metaphorical trip down memory lane, I became immersed in the nostalgia of the auditorium where I was appointed as Head Girl, the sports field where our House Relay Races were held, the inner arena where I assisted in planning farewells and later attended my own, the cosy library where I spent most of my free time and most importantly, the staff rooms: wherein sat the most significant people of my academic career: my awe-inspiring teachers. I shall always remain indebted to them for …

Shivani Karthik

Looking back at my school days, I remember the classroom haze, And the teachers who tried their best, To keep us from dozing off to rest. But there were also the friends we made, The ones who always found a way to evade, The boring lectures and endless notes, By passing notes and cracking jokes. Looking back, it's funny to think, How we managed to survive the school brink, But we did, and now we can laugh and say, Those school days were crazy in every way!

Hardik Jain

I had an amazing time at APS Bangalore. I made a lot of memories at APS and will remember them forever. I had a wonderful set of teachers throughout my time at school who were not only supportive but also friendly and made learning enjoyable. I was also a member of the quiz club which provided me with many opportunities to represent my school in competitions for which I am very grateful. I also made an incredible bunch of friends with whom I spent moments that I will cherish forever.


I joined APS in the 7th grade as an 11-year-old and left in 2022 as an almost-adult. Throughout my years at school, I was in an environment where teachers genuinely wanted to see their students succeed. My experiences and the memories that I made at APS helped mold me into a confident and articulate individual - something that I am immensely grateful for. But most importantly, being at APS taught me to take a chance on myself, step out of my comfort zone, and do things that I used to believe I wasn’t good enough for

Ashwin Karthik

Current Profile: Final Year MA - International Studies from Christ University, Bangalore. Will be joining Thomson Reuters as Trainee Correspondent in July
We marched in unison, dressed in white and grey, A school where discipline was a dream, Friends were made, bonds were formed, In our hearts, those memories were adorned, From morning prayers to afternoon games, The moments we shared are still aflame, In our minds, those days will forever remain.

Sonali S

Army Public School to me is the place that shaped me to be the person I am today. I studied in this school for 5 years and all I could think of is how I’d give anything to just turn back time and relive those days again with my peers. All I want to say is that my batchmates, teachers and the school as a whole will always have a special place in my heart.❤️

Ruhaan Chand

From the moment I stepped into APS on 09 April 2019, it became more than just a school with my peers accepting me into this close-knit family that I continue to cherish. Words cannot do justice to the love I have received and reciprocated here, the depth of the bonds we formed together, and the personal development this school gave me a chance for. Every friend, every teacher and every experience that I shared with them are memories I’ll always look fondly back on.

Aditi Srinivas

BA Psychology, Economics & English Literature [2019-2022] at Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. The school's diverse student body and faculty provided me with a unique cultural and educational experience that helped shape my worldview. The school also provided opportunities for extracurricular activities that allowed me to explore my interests and develop my skills outside of the classroom.

M Preethi

I was extremely lucky to have been a part of APS Bangalore for 12 years. It was the place which clearly said, “Unity in Diversity”, constantly giving us the chance to connect with people from all over the country, helping us create wonderful friendships. Besides that, the faculty and my peers were very supportive, and always encouraged me to give my 100% in academics as well as extra-curriculars.

Akash Arun

Army School Bangalore to me is the early morning assemblies, the military trucks dropping us off to school, trying to not get caught by the captains for not having nameplates, praying that our teachers forget about the assignments, being excited for lunch breaks and mainly how i was just a kid who grew up there not worried about anything in the world for 12 years 🌸💞