Top 10 Best Schools in Mumbai (Famous & Reputed)

With the time the method of choosing the school for the kids has been changed. Parents look for the various things in order to consider them as the best school for their child like the curriculum, infrastructure available in the school, standards of teaching, safety measures, location, fees, extracurricular activities etc. After taking into consideration these entire factors one can decide the best school for their children’s. There are various school options available in any particular state or city. In metropolitan cities like Mumbai there are various schools from which parents need to decide the best one for their children’s.

Here are some of the top famous schools in Mumbai:

10. Delhi Public School

By the Delhi Public School Society, the school was established in the year 1999. The campus of the school is spread in 8 acres. It has been in the top most school of CBSE Schools across India. It also provides the special program of student exchange program with various countries like Germany. The student to teacher ratio is 20:1.

Address: Sector 52, Nerul (West)

Website: www.dpsnavimumbai.edu.in

9. Shishuvan School

This school was established in the year 2001. It has all the modern facilities. This school was established for the need of having English medium school in every locality. It organizes various festivals and the tournament for the students such as literature festival in a unique way among the primary section, Volleyball tournament with over 30 teams across the country. In the campus of the school there is the language mall that provides foreign languages separately.

Address: 426, Shraddhanand Road, King’s Circle

Website: www.shishuvan.com

8. RN Podar School

This group was under the Podar Group, which is in the field since 1927. The school was set up under this group in the year 1998. This school has for the first time introduced the learning through to flip classroom model. This school has been under the selected under Public foundation as the 1st Ashoka Changemaker Schools from Ashoka Innovators. In this school the efforts are given in the teaching based on innovative methods.

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Address: Jain Derasar Road, Santacruz (West)

Website: rnpodarschool.com

7. J B Petit High School for Girls 

Established by Englishwoman Ms Prescott in the, year 1860. After the board of trustees has taken the stewardship of the school in the year 1946 and was renamed to The JB Petit High School for Girls. The school had received the International School Award by the British Council. The school participates in Seeds of Peace Conflict Resolution Camp held at Maine, USA from time to time.

Address: Maharishi Dadhichi Marg, Fort

Website: www.jbpetithighschool.com

6. Bombay Scottish School

In the year 1847 formation of the school started with the establishment of the Scottish Female Orphanage in Byculla by Scottish Christian missionaries. Later the name has been changed to Bombay Scottish School in the year 1976. There are various facilities of sports available in the school such as gymnastics and shooting. During the holidays they conduct the workshop. The school also conducts various competitions and seminars and also had a focus on creating harbor.

Address: Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim

Website: www.bombayscottish.in

5. Jamnabai Narsee School

 It was made under the Narsee Monjee Educational Trust in the year 1970 by three brothers Dharamshee, Chatrabhuj and Pratap Narsee. This school was named after the name of their mother. Special training is given to the students on sports and music. Classrooms are having the best of the technologies. With that every year the school conducts a special sports meet for special children’s. In this school the student to teacher ratio is 16:1.

Address: Narsee Monjee Bhavan, JVPD scheme, Vile Parle

Website: www.jns.ac.in

4. Campion School

The school was founded by Jesuits in the year 1943. It has achieved the Best Boys School in Sports Education award by the Mumbai School Sports Association in 2014-15. A new subject known as skill development has been introduced in the school for up to class 8. Each class has a computer and projector. The student to teacher ratio is 19:1.

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Address: Cooperage Road, Fort

Website: www.campionschool.in

3. The Cathedral & John Connon School

It was founded in the year 1860 by The Anglo-Scottish Education Society. Now it is known by the name of The Cathedral & John Connon School and became coeducational in the year 1965. The School had the latest technologies which include the classrooms based on IT, hi-tech music facility, a library with more than 35000 books and art studio. The student to teacher ratio is based on the class as it could be 10:1 and 38:1.

Address: 6, Purshottamdas Thakurdas Marg  

Website: www.cathedral-school.com

2. Smt Sulochanadevi Singhania School

School is established in the year 1968. This school is made by Gopal krishna Singhania in the memory of his wife Smt Sulochana devi. The campus of the school is spread in the area of 12.8 acres. The main focus of the school is on the children and to make them learn innovatively. Till class 4 it teaches through thematic pattern and only from class 4 the students start learning through textbooks.

Address: JK Gram, Thane (West)

Website: www.singhaniaschool.org

1. Dhirubhai Ambani International School

Dhirubhai Ambani International School

This school was established in the year 2003 with all the facilities and hi-tech infrastructure. The chairperson of the school is the wife of Mukesh Ambani, Nita Ambani. There are various programs in the schools such as MUNs, TEDx [email protected] and TEDx [email protected] Individual attention is given to the students in every field and the student to teacher ratio is 7:1. All the teachers in the school has the aptitude towards the learning and academically strong with full knowledge.

Address: Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra (East)

Website: www.da-is.org

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