Heritage Schools in Mumbai

Heritage Schools in Mumbai

Find the list of best Heritage (traditional) schools in Mumbai with 360° School tours, 2017-18 Admission forms & Fees, contact addresses, phone numbers, Photos, Facilities & more.

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Cathedral & John Connon School

For the last one hundred and fifty years, the school has imparted the finest education to its students. It follows the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) up to the tenth grade and the Indian School Certificate (ISC) for the eleventh and twelfth grades. The standards set by the institution are high and marks have to be earned through sustained hard work. The needs of students with learning difficulties are catered to by the Learning Resource Centre.The student body of 1,960 boys and girls is divided into four Houses named after the founding fathers there is a fierce sense of School first, house next, self last as expressed through our school song. The Cathedral & John Connon School is affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations[7](CISCE), and its students appear for the Council's ISC (Grade 12) and ICSE (Grade 10) examinations. English is the medium of instruction. Hindi is taught as a second language and Marathi or Sanskrit are taught as third languages. Examinions are held at the end of every school term. The school's students have performed well at the ICSE and ISC examinations and the school has maintained a 100% pass-rate. College Board's Advanced Placement program has been conducted in the school since June, 2004. Talented students, who would otherwise be uninterested in a mainstream classroom, are offered the chance to pursue accelerated learning (college-level) courses in subjects including English, Calculus (AB and BC), Physics, Biology, Computers, World History, Chemistry and Economics.[8] The school is the only AP Examination Center in Western India.
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Gopi Birla Memorial School

Gopi Birla Memorial School was founded in 1953 by Shrimati Gopi Birla to meet the long felt need of a Girl? School which would equip them for a fast changing society with firm rooting in Indian Values and Culture. Her guiding spirit was instrumental in making it one of the leading institutions in the city.In 1970 the school became affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.In 1977 Permanent affiliation was granted upto grade X. Provisional affiliation for the Senior Section continued till 1991.At present the school is part of the ?ash Birla Group.?It is a Co-educational institution from Pre-primary to Grade Ten. We are proud to announce the commencement of Grade Eleven Science Stream this year on receiving the provisional sanction from the CBSE Affiliation Board. It is benchmarked as a premier institution which epitomizes vibrancy and a quest for excellence in all aspects of education.
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JB Petit High School

Situated in Mumbai, bustling Fort area on Maharshi Dadhichi Marg, the J. B. Petit High School for Girls has had a chequered but fascinating history. \nEstablished in 1860 by a selfless, dynamic Englishwoman, the school was originally known as Miss Prescott? Fort Christian School. Thanks to munificent donations from city philanthropists, among them the distinguished businessman, Premchand Roychand, it was later renamed the Frere Fletcher School. \nIn 1915, when the school was sought to be amalgamated with the Cathedral Girls?School, Mr. Jehangir Bomanji Petit, scion of a prominent Bombay family of philanthropists, took over the functioning of the school to ensure that the school, though established and managed by persons of the Zoroastrian (Parsi) community, would retain its cosmopolitan character and admit Indian children of all castes and creeds. \nThis spirit of inclusiveness has become a credo at the J. B. Petit High School for Girls, as it came to be called after the man who gave it a new lease of life. As essential today as at the time it was conceived, the school? non-communal ethic ensures that children of all communities grow and learn together in a spirit of cooperation and harmony. Through the following decades, and under the able guidance and leadership of dynamic Principals, the school has flourished and continues to maintain its high standards in education.\nIt is consistenly ranked among top girls schools in India. In 2013, it has been ranked 3rd Best School In India for Girls.*
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Queen Mary School

Queen Mary School (affectionately referred to as QMS), is a private I.C.S.E. girls school under the management of the Christian Medical Educational Fellowship Trust (CMEFT). English is the medium of instruction throughout the school for all subjects, except the regional languages. The study of a third regional language or Sanskrit or French is optional.
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St Mary's School Mumbai

St. Mary's School is a Jesuit-run secondary school located on Nesbit Road, Mazagaon in the city of Mumbai, India. The school is affiliated with Bombay's Church of St. Anne, which is adjacent to the school.\nSt. Mary's is an Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) affiliate. Having been founded in the year 1864, it is also amongst the oldest, continually running, private schools in India. The School is therefore one of the most established institutions of preference for education and holistic development for children in the city.
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Hansraj Morarji Public School & Junior College

Hansraj Morarji Public School is a day cum boarding boys school established in 1939. The school is a member of the Indian Public School Conference (IPSC) and believes in creating mature and knowledgeable individuals who can contribute positively to the society. The school aims at developing qualities of leadership with a sense of duty and discipline to authority and commitment to society. \nThe school is affiliated with SSC Board, Maharashtra and offers classes from Nursery to Class XII
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St Xavier's High School Fort

St. Xavier's High School, Fort was established in 1869 by the Jesuit priests of the Society of Jesus, a Christian religious order founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1540. The school is affiliated with the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) and offers education from class I to class X.\nOver the past 144 years, it has striven to impart high quality education to the several batches of students who have entered its portals and is today considered among the best secondary schools in the city.
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Lok Puram Public School

The ultimate aim & objective of Lok Puram Public School is to bring out the fullest potential of a child & prepare him/her for life so that he becomes a cultured & responsible citizen dedicated to the service of the community.
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