Chikitsak Samuha Shirolkar High School

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Chikitsak Samuha Shirolkar High School
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Location
Mumbai, Maharashtra
India
Information
Type Private
Motto Sheelam Param Bhushanam ('Character is the Greatest Virtue')
Established 1906
Grades Class 1 - 5
Campus size 20 acre
Website

Chikitsak Samuha Shirolkar High School (CSS High School) is an educational institute, established in 1906, in Girgaon area of Mumbai, Maharashtra State in India.

It has been a Marathi medium school since its inception and has recently incorporated an English medium section. CSS High School has been well recognized as the alma mater of top-ranking students in Maharashtra State Secondary School (SSC) Board Examinations year after year.

Alumni[edit]

CSS High School has provided excellent education to many generations of Maharashtrian students and has produced many Marathi writers, poets, scientists, economists, professors and doctors. Professor Anant Kanekar, a pioneer of "Laghukatha" (short stories) in Marathi, and famous writer Jaywant Dalvi are well-recognized alumni.

A well-known teacher was Vasudev Shankar Nabar (Nabar Sir), one of the famous principals of CSS High School, from 1974 until 1984. Nabar Sir is well known as the author of some of the Navneet guidebooks.

Coordinates: 18°57′18″N 72°49′16″E / 18.95500°N 72.82111°E / 18.95500; 72.82111