• Hindustan Times
  • Updated: Sep 23, 2016 02:01 IST
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Deshmukh Marg, Cumballa Hill

History: The school was founded in 1932 as a primary co-educational school by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. In its early years, the school only had junior classes. It got recognition for class 10 in 1965 and became a convent school for girls only since. The management handed the board of education to ICSE in 1974 on the request of parents.

Unique Features: In keeping with latest technologies, the school boasts of an E-Library, Promothean Interactive Board, CCTV cameras and GPRS systems on school buses. Extra-curricular activities include yoga, karate, dance/music and home science, among others.

Board: ICSE

Annual fees: Rs70,200/-

Students: 1,314

Student-teacher ratio: 29:1

Quote: “We take immense pride in being the only ICSE girls’ convent school in the city that strives to impart education for all-round development of girls. Our team of teachers works together to provide a holistic education that nurtures scientific temper and moral and ethical values that groom our girls to become responsible citizens of the future.”—Sr Ermelinda Rodrigues, principal

Highest Ratings: Social engagement, academic rigour, cultural activities and governance

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