About Bombay Scottish School Mahim
Scottish missionaries initially set up a Scottish Female Orphanage at Byculla. It was renamed Bombay Scottish School in 1976 and the present school at Mahim is an offshoot of that old school. It is a Christian school open to all communities. The campus is equipped with a library, science and computer labs, a canteen and a room for medical needs.
The academic year begins in June and ends in April & has two terms: June–November and November–April. The courses of studies extend from Pre-School stage (K.G.) to Standard 10, at the end of which pupils sit for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (I.C.S.E.) Examination, New Delhi.
English and Hindi are taught from Standard 1. Marathi, the regional language, is compulsory from Standard 1 till Standard 7. Art, Craft, Music, Physical Training, Gymnastics, Outdoor Games and Club activities, Summer Camps and Holiday Workshops are a regular feature.
Sporting activities include: Swimming, Gymnastics, Athletics, Football, Basketball, Throwball, Table Tennis, Cricket, Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Rollerskating, Karate, Pistol Shooting, Rifle Shooting, Archery, and Chess.
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