Greetings to you from the Gracian Family. We are glad to present to you the dynamic website of the school and the school App. It presents to you a comprehensive view of Cardinal Gracias High School, and the updates and reports of all the activities.we are proud to have 99.37 % result in the SSC Board Exam held in March 2017. Out of 329 students appeared 327 have passed. The topper of the School is Miss. Sanskriti Sabban who has scored scored 96.60%. Congrats to all the students, teachers and parents.The school moves ahead with the school motto â€œTruth Expels Darknessâ€ a journey from Darkness to light, from ignorance to knowledge. Fully rooted in Indian culture and values, inspired by the self less love of Jesus Christ, and through the inspiration of the School patron Cardinal Gracias, aim to develop in every child a holistic personality, and prepare them to be modern and global citizens. Creating a Conducive atmosphere and providing adequate opportunities to develop their full potentials. Fully merging curricular with co-curricular and extracurricular activities to attain a fully developed personality. Forming individuals to be spiritually rooted, Physically fit, emotionally balanced and intellectually bright. To form them to be to be fully human and fully alive individuals who are assets to the family, to the society and to the world at large.
|Phone Number :||2226426843|
|Address :||Ali Yavar Jung Marg, Subhash Nagar, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra ,|
Nursery till Class 10
Dr. Madhuri Shah, the late President of Gujarat Research Society, was a visionary and a nationally and internationally acclaimed educationist who founded Dr. Madhuri Shah Nursery & K.G. School, formerly known as Bloomingdales, in 1979 and Jasudben M.L School in 1980. Jasudben M.L.School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations
KES International School formerly known as Shree Mumbadevi Mandir (proposed ICSE) is now registered with University of Cambridge International Examinations for CIE IGCSE program. The school is on S.V.Road, situated at a stoneâ€™s throw distance from Khar railway station in Mumbai.The Khar Education Society from which the school derives its name was formed in 1934 it took over â€˜Bal-Mandirâ€™ which was started in 1930, added further classes and named it â€˜Sharda Mandirâ€™ in 1993 at Khar Mumbai, and brought it under its banner.
The Congregation of the Franciscan Hospitaller Sisters of the Immaculate Conceptionâ€™s India branch was established in Goa in 1886 and spread from there to the various parts of the country. A Franciscan Hospitaller Sister of the Immaculate Conception (FHIC) is a person, consecrated and dedicated to follow Jesus Christ and serve her brethren, especially the more needy. She commits herself to witness hospitality, the specific charism of the congregation, which is reflected in the multiple forms of service. As Franciscans, we follow the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, whose ideal was to live according to the Gospel. These few simple words were his rule: â€œWhen Lord gave me brethren, no one taught me what I should do, but the Lord himself revealed to me, that we should live according to the Holy Gospel.â€ (testament of St. Francis, 16 & 17). Being born and formed by the Gospel, the Franciscan vocation is open to all categories of persons and all form of activity. Foundation and early years (1910 -1932) The Sisterâ€™s entry to Bandra were the design of Providence. It was at the feet of Our Lady of the Mount that our Pioneers started a school and named it â€œColegio da Imaculada Conceicaoâ€³
Beacon High, an independent co-educational ICSE boutique school is managed under the aegis of R.K. Educational Foundation and headed by Mrs K. S. Jamali and Mrs S. A. Sumaya. Beacon High was conceived out of a realization for the need of an educational institution that would tap the innate intellectual curiosity of the child and channelize this sense of exploration to bring about an all round development. Since its inception in the year 2000, the school has blossomed from a strength of 54 students to almost 700 students at present. Each class from Pre-Nursery to Grade X comprises of not more than 28 students.
The IES Has Been Honoured By The Government Of Maharashtra With The Prestigious Award-Adarsha Shikshan Sanstha.Education is the best defence of a nation. Good education opens new avenues and channels of thought, and creates human beings who are conscious of their responsibilities as individuals and citizens
St. Aloysius high school, Bandra, was begun in 1910 by father Jose da Gama, the parish priest of Mount Carmel Church, as a pre primary school in a very simple structure. It evolved into a middle school in 1943 and a full fledged high school in 1951, when its students appeared for the S.S.C. examination for the first time
MRV is a registered Cambridge International School Affiliated for Cambridge Primary, IGCSE and AS & A levels. ‘Cognition begins with our sense, then proceeds to understanding and ends with reason.’ Knowledge increases with diffusion and grows by dispersion.’ Along with bricks and mortar, in 2002, the foundation of MET Rishikul Vidyalaya was laid on the above principles. MRV is a school for life management where students are empowered with the skills to conquer the present and the future challenges of our society. Here, importance is laid on education with secular values and a world vision. Our students are exposed to relevant information, dynamic research and experiential learning models and strategies. Thus at MRV, a top International School in Mumbai, we nurture the custodians of our future by imparting to them the supreme wealth of knowledge.
"St. Anneâ€™s High School is located in Pali Hill area of Bandra, Mumbai, India, under the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mumbai. St. Anneâ€™s High School, was started on the 1st June 1960 with Fr Theophilus Lobo as Rector and Fr Joe D. Pereira as Principal. The number of pupils was 17 girls and 33 boys, which has now grown to 1,450 students. The Kindergarten section has two divisions each for the junior and senior sections comprising 250 students. The Primary section has eight divisions, comprising 534 students. The Secondary section of the institution is headed by the Headmistress, Ms Maria Parmar. The school has a laboratory and an audio-visual room for the students. The computer section is managed by three teachers to instruct students from Std I to Std X."