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Christ Church School, Byculla

  • Indian(CBSE)
  • English
  • Day School
  • Locality:Byculla
  • Landmark:Clare Road
  • Full Address:Christ Church School,Clare Road, Byculla ,Mumbai – 400008
  • Phone No:022 – 23099892, 23099893
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  • Locality:Byculla
  • Landmark:Clare Road
  • Full Address:Christ Church School,Clare Road, Byculla ,Mumbai – 400008
  • Phone No:022 – 23099892, 23099893
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Christ Church School is an un-aided Play-Group to ICSE School. Our Community of students, parents and educators endeavour collectively, to support our children. Their Vision is ““To Empower, To Educate, To Enlighten Individuals, So they make a positive contribution to family & society, based on values, ethics and justice.”
  • Indian(CBSE)
  • English
  • Day School
  • Co-Educational
  • School provides transportation
Admission Schedule
  • Pre-Primary (Play-group, Nursery (Jr. Kg) and Prep (Sr. Kg))
  • Junior School (Class I – IV)
  • Middle School (Class V – VII)
  • Senior School (Class VIII – X)
  • ICSE Board
  • English Medium
  • Day School
  • Co-ed School
  • School provides transportation
  • Grades: Nursery, 1-12
  • School Day: Monday to Saturday
  • Timing: N.A.
  • Gender: Co-Educational
  • Religion: All
  • Principal: Mr. Carl Laurie
  • Curriculum: Indian(CBSE)
  • Language: English
  • Fees: N.A.
  • Computer Based Teaching (CBT)
  • Computer Laboratories
  • Science Laboratories
  • Audio-Visual Room
  • Library
  • Art Room
  • Teacher Resource Centre
  • Music Room
  • Gym
  • School Hall
  • School Playground
  • Basketball Court
  • Play-Parks
Extra Curricular Activities
  • Play Ground
  • Badminton Court
  • Basketball Court
  • Cricket
  • Archery Zone
  • Skating Area
  • T.R.C
  • AV Room
  • Music Room
  • Computer Based Technology
  • Bus Services
  • In House Counseling
  • Secure Campus
Additional Details
We trace our roots to the present Cathedral of St. Thomas at Fort, where in 1718, Rev. Richard Cobbe, Chaplain to the East India Company’s Factory at Bombay, founded not far from the Cathedral, in 1718, a small free school, where twelve poor boys were housed, clothed, fed and educated by just one master. This Charity school, was the grain of mustard seed from which Christ Church School, Byculla and Barnes School, Deolali have sprung into mighty trees. Almost a hundred years later, the Venerable Archdeacon George Barnes, realized that the Charity school would not suffice to meet the needs of the hundreds of children without education, so he set up the Bombay Education Society in 1815 with Sir Evan Nepean, Governor of Bombay, as its first President, hence the BES is the oldest Society in the city working for the welfare and upbringing of children. As the numbers grew, new school buildings were opened in 1825, at Byculla, with Lord Mountstuart Elphinstone, Governor of Bombay laying the foundation stone of the Boys’ school, and Lady Chambers and Lady West of the Girls’ school. The B.E.S. Schools as they were popularly known functioned from Byculla till 1925. The Boarding part of the schools was taken away from Bombay to the cooler and healthier Deccan Plateau, and on January 29, 1925, Barnes School, Deolali was declared open by Sir Leslie Wilson, Governor of Bombay and patron of the Bombay Education Society.


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