Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School
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|Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School|
|St. Anthony's Road., Chembur
Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400 071
|Motto||"Let Your Light Shine"|
|School district||Mumbai Suburban District|
|Number of students||~ 4,000|
|Medium of language||English|
|Houses||Blue, Yellow, Green and Red|
Our Lady of Perpetual Succour High School also known as OLPS, is a boys school located on St. Anthony's Road in Chembur, Mumbai. The school was established post-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.
Dr Sarto Esteves was instrumental in helping the first principal of OLPS, an Irish Redemptorist to raise funds to set up the first school building and this was the beginning of a long association between the Redemptorists and the Esteves family.
The motto of the school is "Let Your Light Shine".
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