Ten schools from Mumbai made it to the list of best schools in the country across 10 categories, according to a recent survey conducted by the Education World magazine. The Mumbai schools made it to the top ten list out of 725 schools that participated in the survey across 21 cities.
Schools were evaluated based on parameters like teacher welfare and development, competence of faculty, sports education, co-curricular education, special needs education, value for money, etc.
Cathedral and John Connon school at Fort ranked third in the co-ed day school category while Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania school in Thane came in sixth.
Revathy Srinivasan, principal of Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania school said, “We have made it to the top ten list for the last three years. Our school has developed a unique curriculum and pedagogy which incorporates inputs from global student exchange programmes. It also places a lot of importance on sports and cultural activities.”
In the boys day school category, Campion school at Fort was ranked number one while Don Bosco high school in Matunga came in eighth. JB Petit high school stood third among girls day schools.
Father Bosco D’mello, principal, Don Bosco school that ranked 65 just last year said, “It is feels great to see the school perform well. Our school is completely IT enabled.”
The top ten international day schools list had five from Mumbai.
Dhirubhai Ambani International school ranked first, while Ecole Mondiale World school following at number two.
“The competence and dedication of teachers define the quality of education provided by any school. We ensure that we recruit the best so children excel both academically and holistically,” said Nita Ambani, founder and chairperson, Dhirubhai Ambani international school.
The schools will be felicitated in New Delhi on September 14.