Madhavrao Bhagwat High School

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Madhavrao Bhagwat High School
Location
Subhash Road Vile Parle, Mumbai, 400057
Information
Type Private
Motto Purity - Integrity - Loyalty
Established 1952
Principal Mrs. Lele
Enrollment 1500

Madhavrao Bhawat High School (MBHS) is a co-educational school located in Vile Parle, a suburb of Mumbai, India. As of 2013 the Principal was Mrs Lele and the Vice-principal was Mrs Shukla.

History[edit]

Since its founding in 1952 by Mangala M Bhagwat, MBHS has been run by Vile Parle Mahila Sangh. The secondary high school is named after the businessman and social worker Shri Madhavrao Bhagwat.

MBHS has a library, a gym, a primary school and a pre-primary school for toddlers called Shishuvihar. Most of the students are the residents of Vile Parle though there are students who come from other suburbs like Andheri and Jogeshwari The school has a three storied building.

Houses[edit]

The students are divided among four houses - Yellow, Red, Blue and Green. There are interhouse competitions in which the students from all houses participate. The students who win the competitions win points for their house. Every house has a captain and vice captain. At the end of the academic year the house with highest points wins a trophy.

Academics[edit]

The school has maintained its record of 100% result in SSC Annual Board Exams for 26 years [except for 1993 with 99% result). From 1981-2009 only three students have failed the S.S.C Exams.

In 2008 MBHS went onto MBHS and Jr. College (Science stream).

The first class had 23 students (11th standard 2008-09 with class teacher Mrs.Amrit Khan) which reduced to 21 (12th standard 2009-10 with class teacher Mrs.Sushma Salvi).

Motto[edit]

Purity, Integrity, and Loyalty.

Principals[edit]

  • 1987 to 2010: Mrs Sophia Rajan
  • 2010 to present: Mrs Lele

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