Chembur Karnatak High School

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Chembur Karnatak High School
Vidya Sagar Building, Ghatla, Chembur
Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400 071
School type Co-education Affiliated school
Motto "Mentally alert, Physically strong and Morally sound"
Opened 1966 (1966)
Status Open
School board Maharashtra State Board
School district Mumbai Suburban District
Session Day
Principal Mrs. Vatsala Karkera
Number of students ~ 2990
Classes offered Nursery to class X
Medium of language English
Campus type Urban

Chembur Karnatak High School (often abbreviated as CKHS), is an English medium school located in Chembur in Mumbai, India. The school has a strength of 2990 students. Two medium of instruction are offered - English from Nursery to SSC, and Kannada from Std. VIII to Std. X. A Junior College of Commerce and Science is also part of the School. Astronomy and quiz are a school strong point.

SSC curriculum[edit]

  • Subjects taught include English First Language, Marathi as a Second Language, Hindi, Kannada, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, and Science.
  • 11th and 12th (Science and Commerce), HSC Maharashtra Board.


The institution has an accredited centre of National Open School through which young and old with truncated school careers complete their Secondary/Senior Secondary education. The Sangha has opened a Health Care Centre at the campus to give medical attention to the staff, students and the members. There are plans to develop the Health care centre into a full-fledged clinic and dispensary.


The school motto is "Mentally alert, Physically strong and Morally sound ".

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