About St. Mary’s School (I.C.S.E.)
St. Mary's School (I.C.S.E.) is an English medium boy's school with a Junior School section up to Grade 4, and a Senior School section from Grade 5 to 10. The curriculum is of the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE).
Campus facilities There are CCTV cameras around the campus of St. Mary's School (I.C.S.E.) for security purposes and to ensure there is no bullying. Audio-visual technology with interactive boards in the classroom makes for better learning. The computer lab has a sufficient number of computers to ensure that every student is able to learn at one computer, and the teacher also ensures that instructions are clearly conveyed on an individual basis to all. In the library, students of Std.1 and 2 enjoy story-telling sessions. There is a separate library section for the older students, with computers to access educational videos and reference material. Science concepts are conveyed through the labs that have the necessary equipment for practical experiments and models as well. Facilities for sports and indoor games are aplenty, including football, basketball, cricket, athletics, swimming, badminton, table tennis, etc.
Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities As part of the curriculum, students of St. Mary's School (I.C.S.E.) have activities for Socially Useful Productive Work (S.U.P.W.) which includes enjoyable pursuits such as creating useful products from waste, putting up charts on social issues, making a healthy snack, etc. An interesting extra-curricular activity is the Robotics classes for students of class 4 to 9, held weekly every Monday. There are also two clubs, one for activities related to Nature, and the other for Photography. An international student exchange program may be scheduled from time to time. Past such programs included visiting Nepal and France.
Like it is in the St. Mary's High School (S.S.C.), students are members of one of four houses named after Mahatma Gandhi, Ashoka the Great, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore,
Admission procedure Parents must first submit the online application form, without which the admissions to St. Mary's School (I.C.S.E.) will not go ahead. They will then be informed of the dates to visit the school for document verification and payment of the school fee, for which they need to bring along the print out of the form that was submitted online. The documents that should be brought in original, along with self-attested photocopies, are as follows-
- A passport size photo of the child.
- A small size family photo.
- The Municipal Birth Certificate of the child.
- Proof of Residence, which could be either the ration card of the family or the Telephone bill or the Electricity Bill or the Passport; and also the Aadhaar card of both parents as well as of the child.
- Baptism certificate of the child, if the child is a Christian.
- Parents' academic qualification certificates.
- In case of ex-students of St Mary's School (ICSE), a copy of the School Leaving Certificate.
- Caste Certificate (in the Child's name) - this is not mandatory, though.
- Medical Certificate – this is mandatory if the child has any disability.
Note that the application fee also must be paid online.
Admissions for 2022 - 2023 Academic YearAdmissions to schools in Mumbai for the academic year 2022 - 2023 may be affected due to COVID-19 pandemic. Ask your questions as a comment below and someone familiar with the admission process will get back to you.
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