Campion School Mumbai is an English medium boys’ day school affiliated with The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE). Located in Fort Mumbai, the school was established with a vision of providing quality education to students. Founded in 1943, the school has dedicated itself not just to prepare just a ‘socio-economic elite’ but rather to educate leaders in service.
The transformation that the school desires, rests on four pillars namely: social- to form men of substance, intellectual- to develop the imaginative, the affective and the creative, spiritual- to help nurture values and positive attitudes and personal- to assist in the growth of a healthy self-image.
To ensure the complete development of the children, Campion School encourages the students to take part in various co-curricular activities held in school such as music, dance, arts and sports. The campus of Campion School is well equipped with the modern infrastructural facilities such as spacious ventilated class rooms with the latest teaching aids, rich library, state-of-the-art computer labs, science labs and play ground.
Spread over 20 acres, the campus is housed in Wellesley House on Cooperage Road in the Fort neighbourhood of South west Mumbai.
Campus facilities include a computer laboratory, library, audio-visual room, art room, demonstration room, and laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The campus also has sports facilities for students to play chess, table tennis, carrom, athletics, football, etc.
The school year (April to March) comprises three terms with October as mid-year: April to August, September to December, January to April. The course of school studies extends from the preparatory class to class 10. It is designed to prepare students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination, conducted by the CISCE, New Delhi.
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Admission process for preparatory class begins in the first week of January. Parents are informed through email the exact date for the admission process. Children above the age of 5 years can apply for admission in the preparatory class.
The registration for Classes I- IX is done online from the 10th December to 10th January and the admission process starts after 25 March, depending on the vacancies available.
Registration is online, and the information sheet must be submitted to the school admissions office along with the documents required.
If a student from another state seeks admission, a Transfer Certificate from a recognized school countersigned by the appropriate Education Officer concerned will be required. Only a Transfer Certificate from a recognized school is accepted. If a boy has come from a different country, the Transfer Certificate must be countersigned by the appropriate officer of the Indian Embassy / Consulate in that country concerned.
Campion School has been consecutively ranked among the top boys days schools by EducationWorld India School Rankings.
Being a day school, Campion School, Fort does not offer any accommodation facilities.