Welcome to SD Public School

SD Public School, Rajpura exhibits an infrastructure that is truly impressive. Windows wide to allow for ample amount of cross ventilation and furniture that encourages students to hold a good posture, are some of the many elements that facilitate a healthy learning environment for the students. The faculty is highly experienced and pride in their want to enlighten students on a daily basis. Other than the well-structured classrooms, the establishment holds multiple activity spaces under its roof. There is constant encouragement to engage in physical activities so as to help the students gain an all-round enhancement.



SD SChool envisions to nurture confidence, independence, education and sports activities to grow as resilient young adults, ready to succeed in an ever-more-competitive-New Age world!


To instill self-discipline in students, which makes them empathetic towards their fellow-mates and surroundings; improve academic performance through peer-teaching; make optimal use of audio-visual resources to make learning an interesting and everlasting experience.

School Activities

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S D PUBLIC SCHOOL makes all students achieve excellence in the endeavours of their choice. We believe that each child has innate interests and abilities. We, at S D PUBLIC SCHOOl, provide a conducive environment to the students that helps them to reach their full potential. It is said that “The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn ……and change.”

The great Benjamin Disraeli said, “There is no education like adversity.”
How right he was! The challenge was accepted. The classes began. There was a lot of hand-holding as many teachers learnt from their colleagues what this new way of teaching was all about. Collaboration and Commitment made the process work. 

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