Why Central Public Academy

Change is a must. From the ‘best’ practice within a system to ‘next’ practice that questions the system itself, there is much scope for growth. What could ‘next’ practice in ...

Notice Board

Admission Open for class - Nursery to class - IX & XI for session 2019-20.

Members of The School Management Committee

Teachers Profile

News & Events

Shri Ram Navmi

Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Jayanti

Mahaveer Jayanti

Good Friday

Buddha Purnima


Central Public Academy is owned and managed by Central Public Academy Educational Trust. It follows the CBSE Curriculum and Syllabus. The School is a Co-Educational English Medium Institution. The school, located in Shaheedwara, Azamgarh, has a well-developed, progressive resource base and an excellent infrastructure that promotes interactive learning. It possess a grand study building, equipped with all modern facilities comprising of well-equipped laboratories for physics , chemistry , biology , mathematics , social science and ...

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From The Directors's Desk

Central Public Academy was founded in 2011 with an aim to educate the masses of adjoining areas. CPA has always believed that the real purpose of education is to awaken the natural curiosity of young minds and to guide them to a prosperous and promising future. I take pride in mentioning that keeping concord with our aim, we provide excellent academic education, sensible development of aesthetics, and focus on gender equality and holistic upbringing of ...

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Our Inspiration

The Founder of the Central Public Academy is a great educationalist and an innovator for educational revolution through farsighted vision ...

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Vision & Mission

The school regards education as the all-round development of human person – The Body, Mind and Spirit. The form integral persons ...

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Our Aim & Objective

It is the aim of CPA to provide the best possible education to its students, our primary aim is to develop in the student qualities ...

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Morning Assembly

We begin the school day with a prayer. A thought for the day, headline news, interesting facts, recitation of poems and 'shlokas', followed by a ...

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