General Education Academy

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General Education Academy
19th Road, Chembur
Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400 071
School type Co-educational affiliated school
Established 1963
Opened June 1963 (1963-06)
Status Open
School board Maharashtra State Board
School district Mumbai Suburban District
Session Day
Number of students ~ 2,000
Medium of language English
Campus type Urban

General Education Academy, also known as GEA, is an English medium school located in Chembur, Mumbai, India. The school follows the SSC curriculum prescribed by the Maharashtra board. The General Education Academy Trust was founded in June 1963 by the then Chief Minister Shri. Marotrao Kannamwar. V. L. Shanbag (Principal and Executive Secretary) has been in charge of the school for the past fifty years. There have been changes in the chair of the headmaster. Late Mr. Raj Kapoor was one of the trustees of GEA.


There are two cameras in every classroom and three in the corridor. The school has an AV room, science lab, and a computer lab.

Golden Jubilee celebrations[edit]

The school celebrated its 50-year anniversary on 27 September 2014. It hosted a program at the Fine Arts Gallery, Chembur, Mumbai. The program was attended by the school, alumni and former teachers.

SSC curriculum[edit]

The school is affiliated to the SSC Board of Maharashtra. Subjects offered include English as a First Language, Marathi as a Second Language, Hindi, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, and Science as prescribed by the SSC Maharashtra Board.


The school has a Parliament of its own, with a prime minister as its head, and his assembly. Many teachers have received the Best Teacher Award.

Other schools[edit]

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