Monday, September 30, 2013

CAMPION SCHOOL

CAMPION SCHOOL


“The school appreciates the importance of play and co-curricular activities in a pupil’s growth alongside their intellectual growth. We are committed to the philosophy that each member of the school community must have the opportunity to reach his full potential.” — PAUL MACHADO, principal
Cooperage Road, Fort Website: www.campionschool.in
 
Highest ratings for: Teachers Academic rigour Selection process Board: Class 10 — ICSE Annual fee: 53,000 Student strength: 767 boys Student-teacher ratio 35:1
 
HISTORY: The school was founded in 1943 by the Jesuits and named after the Jesuit saint Edmund Campion. The school started with 23 students in a rented ground floor space at New Marine Lines, before shifting to Wellesley House in January 1948. UNIQUE FEATURES: The school is equipped with 140 computers connected to an internal network of projectors in every classroom. Online concept-based testing in some subjects forms part of the assessment process. The school offers an optional extra-curricular programme for students from Classes 7 to 10.

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