BOMBAY SCOTTISH SCHOOL, POWAI
HISTORY: In 1847, a group of Scottish missionaries began an orphanage school. In 1876, Bombay Scottish Orphanage Society was formed. The Powai branch was set up to commemorate 150 years of the school.
UNIQUE FEATURES: The school has several extra-curricular options, including robotics, ballet, martial arts and many clubs for students to choose from, such as science club, writing club and history club. Students this year participated in multiple interschool events, including leadership events, choral recitation and quizzes. Highest ratings: Selection process Academic rigour Value for money
Board: Class 10 — ICSE
Annual fee: Not available
Student strength: 1,617 boys and girls
Student-teacher ratio: 23:1