Wonder years spent in Amity have been the most cherished memories for me. I cannot imagine my life without these red bricks and I hope to keep coming back always.

TANMAY GOEL, (BATCH OF 2014-2015)

My stay at Amity has been exhilarating. My best moment was when I started to make new friends in Class III. I used to be a very shy and introvert child who used to stammer a lot. This school has transformed me and my personality.

ANCHIT SOM, (BATCH OF 2014-2015)

Amity has been a wonderful experience for me. I have made countless memories here. It has helped me grow as a person and groomed me to be a good human being

RAHUL KRISHNA, (BATCH OF 2014-2015)

Amity has helped me grow in every way possible. The thing I miss most about the school is my teachers. Ever since I was a little girl, I always looked up to my teachers. They helped carve the person I am today. Be it studies or the values that are going to be with me my whole life. The teacher kept us in a protective shell and cared for us as we were their own. I would like to thank all my teacher for helping me and making me the person I am today.

HARSIMRAN KAUR KHURANA, (BATCH OF 2013-2014)

Being in Amity, I got to go to a lot of inter Amity competitions which was always an interesting opportunity for me to meet a lot of new people, some of whom I cherish till date. I still remember all the hype there used to be when Pushp Vihar beat AIS Saket in something even if we didn't stand first. That was a whole another win altogether. But the best part of winning these competitions was when we got to see the smiles on our teachers' faces when we brought home those trophies.

ANUGYA GUPTA, (BATCH OF 2012- 2013)

I joined Amity in the grade VII and the first thing I encountered on day 1 was the tagline “hip hip hurray” during the assembly. The amusing part about this was that extra bonus cheer to it, which unknowingly became one of the most positive things in Amity, be it before a competition or on a usual day, it just made the day much more happy. It has been two years since I passed out from school, still whenever I pass that red bricked building, the first and the foremost thing that tickles my mind and brings a smile on my face is the memory of our principal, Mrs. Mohan ma'am's extra cheer along with the other three. No matter where I go in the future, this memory will always have a different place in my heart.

KARAN WADHWA, (BATCH OF 2012)