Saint Francis D'Assisi High School is a school in Borivali West, Mumbai, India. It is managed by the Franciscan Missionary Brothers, a Catholic religious society founded by Rev. Bro. Paulus Moritz, a German Missionary. The school is recognized by the State Government of Maharashtra. It was established in 1908 and had its centenary celebrations in 2008 with the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam as the chief guest. It is one of the biggest schools in Mumbai. The school's sports teams, particularly their football team, perform well and win trophies in the inter-school sports competitions conducted in Mumbai. The high school has an average of 10000 students on its roster, from Standards V to X. The curriculum followed in the school was that of the SSC exams. Now the school has started a separate wing which follows the ICSE curriculum. It was started in 2009 in place of the senior college that was supposed to be opened offering B.Com, but instead the ICSE wing was opened. The SSC wing is a boys school whereas the ICSE wing offers co-education.