The Anjuman-I-Islam’s Ahmed Peermohamed English School (AIAPS) is a secular day school located in the serene, green and sprawling Peermohamed campus at Bund Garden Road, Pune catering to the needs of all communities where most are first-generation students. The School is part of the Valimohamed and Dostmohamed Peermohamed Muslim Girls’ Orphange Trust managed by the esteemed Anjuman-I-Islam, an educational conglomerate operational since 1874 with campuses across Mumbai (Bombay), New Mumbai, Panvel, Pune and Panchgani. AIAPS is a Muslim Minority Institute but espouses secular credentials in all aspects – be it enrollments, recruitment or the imparting of education.

With the help of the Bassam family, the school was set up in the year 1999 with just 10 students in the Pre-primary wing. The Primary School was launched in 2005 with a generous donation from the benevolent Ahmed Peermohamed, grandson of Valimohamed and grandnephew of Dostmohamed; the magnanimous Peermohamed brothers, the original benefactors. Now it has blossomed into a full-fledged school from Nursery to class 10 having over 1200 girl students. Today AIAPS boasts of  excellent academic results and sterling performances by the children in extracurricular, sports, literary and performing arts.

All these years AIAPS functioned from borrowed premises of the adjacent Urdu Medium Schools, for which it shall remain eternally thankful, working in different shifts and different buildings. Now with gracious donations, the school has constructed a new building which will help it to function systematically under one roof.