The inception of Army Public School, Ahmednagar dates back to June 1, 1982. Subsequently, on May 1, 1984, the school secured its affiliation with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. In 1984, it was also integrated as a prestigious asset under the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES). This affiliation was established with the noble purpose of providing quality education not only to the wards of army personnel but also to those of war widows, widows, and ex-servicemen.
The school's overarching objective is to evolve into a nationally recognized center of education, characterized by exceptional effectiveness. It aspires not only to produce high-achieving students but also to groom the next generation of educators. We are dedicated to working collaboratively with parents, nurturing each student's capacity to reach their fullest potential, and helping them uncover and channel their unique interests and talents. In this pursuit, the school is committed to fostering a secure and disciplined environment that values achievement and instills a 'can-do' attitude, continuously inspiring each student to strive for their personal best."