About St. Xavier's High School, Mumbai
St. Xavier's High School, Mumbai was established in 1869. It is an is an English medium school for boys. It is affiliated to SSC board which is the state board of the Government of Maharashtra. It runs classes from standard one to standard ten. The primary (Standard one to four) and secondary school occupy different buildings. A class has four sections from 'A' to 'D' with approximately sixty students each.The school has fully equipped computer department with 15 Pentium computers.
St. Xavier's High School, Mumbai Admission Procedure and Admission Fee:-
Senior K. G. Admission:- Admission for boys only.
Admissions for standards I-X
Note: Admission for boys only.
Admission forms will be available on Saturday, January 9, 2010 between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
These forms are to be filled and returned on the same day by 1p.m.
There is no need to queue up on the previous night, as admission does not depend on how early you get the form.
Cost per form Rs. 100/- (rupees on hundred only)
While filling the form you will require
* Two, (3 inch x 2 inch) family photographs of the parents with the child which will be affixed on the form.
* Xerox copy of the birth certificate of the child.
* Xerox copy of the ration card.
Boy must be 4 years complete on or before June 2011.
The boy must be born between June 2006 and June 2007.
This school offers facilities like library, laboratories, well ventilated classrooms & a play area.
Contact Details/ Address of St. Xavier's High School, Mumbai
St. Xavier's High School, Mumbai
289, Lokmanya Tilak Marg,
Mumbai - 400 001.
Ph:- +91 22 22621113
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