Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School

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Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School
Location
St. Anthony's Road., Chembur
Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400 071
India
Coordinates 19°03′19″N 72°54′07″E / 19.05528°N 72.90194°E / 19.05528; 72.90194
Information
Motto "Let Your Light Shine"
Status Open
School district Mumbai Suburban District
Session Day
Number of students ~ 4,000
Medium of language English
Campus type Urban
Houses Blue, Yellow, Green and Red                    

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School also known as OLPS, is a boys school[1] located on St. Anthony's Road in Chembur, Mumbai. The school was established pre-independence. It has four houses - St. Gerards's (blue), St. Alphonso's (yellow), St. Clement's, (green), and St. Anthony's (red). The school celebrates its feast On 27 June every year.

Campus[edit]

It has a ground with a lush green outfield, and football goal posts on the either side as football is the most liked game in the school. The school has facilities for badminton, cricket and has a concrete basketball court known as a Quadrangle. It has a dome built on the terrace for other activities. The school is known for its academics and for encouraging students in the arts, dance, music and sport. It too has a place on the ground where students can play games like Kabaddi, Hockey, Cricket, Athletics and Volleyball. During the rainy season the children play in the premises between the church and the school games like Dodge-ball.

Motto[edit]

The motto of the school is "Let Your Light Shine".

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Anil Kapoor, is a famous Indian as well as International actor.[2]
  • Shankar Mahadevan, is an Indian music composer and singer.
  • Ram Sampath, Indian music composer [3]
  • Devdutt Pattanaik, is a renowned author, mythologist, and leadership consultant, whose work focuses on deriving management insights from mythology to reveal a very Indian approach to modern business.[4]
  • Aditya Tare, is an Indian cricketer playing for Mumbai Indians.
  • Suru Nayak, Indian Test cricketer.
  • Mayank Adhye, Renowned Safari Master and 3 time winner of "Best Dressed Man" at Chembur Festival.
  • Abey Kuruvilla, Indian Test cricketer.
  • Ajay Jayaram, Indian Badminton Player
  • Suresh Balakrishnan, CEO Mail Today.
  • Lloyd Mathias, Head Marketing, HP Consumables
  • David Chelekat, Founder Director, Transact Media, Footprint Media
  • Eijaz Khan, Famous Indian television and film actor and established dancer
  • Akhil Verma, Corporate SVP Americas Region, WNS Global Services
  • Alok Pareek, Silicon Valley Entrepreneur, Founder & EVP, Striim (WebAction), CTO GoldenGate (Oracle acquisition)
  • Anup Rau, CEO, Reliance Life Insurance[5]
  • Suraj Subraman, Inter CS ranker, Winner of "Face of the Year" in SIES

Other schools[edit]

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