Monday, September 30, 2013

BOMBAY SCOTTISH SCHOOL, MAHIM

BOMBAY SCOTTISH SCHOOL, MAHIM


“The Bombay Scottish School has several facilities for art, craft, music as well as physical education. The school also has regular club activities, outdoor games and workshops.” — MELANIE CHANDRASHEKAR, principal
Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim Website: www.bombayscottish.in
 
 
Highest ratings for: Sports Selection process Teachers Board: Class 10 — ICSE, Class 12 — ISC Annual fee: ICSE 48,000; ISC 70,000 Student strength: 3,307 boys and girls Student-teacher ratio: 24:1
 
HISTORY: In 1855, a group of Scottish missionaries began the Bombay Scottish Orphanage School. In 1976, the name was changed to Bombay Scottish School. The main school building is a colonial-style structure, declared a heritage site. UNIQUE FEATURES: . The school has several clubs for students such as the nature club, numismatics club, rifle club and adventure club. It was awarded the trophy for the best co-ed school in Mumbai this year from the MSSA. Most students travel by school bus.

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