Maneckji Cooper Education Trust School, Mumbai was promoted in 1959 by Jehangir Maneckji Cooper, in memory of his father Maneckji Bejonji Cooper. It is a co-educational day school affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. The school has been consistently delivering commendable results in the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examinations for the past 20 years.
Maneckji Cooper Education Trust School hosts a state-of-the-art campus which offers well equipped science laboratories, a computer laboratory with internet facility, and a well stocked library featuring about 53,000 books. The school also offers AV rooms, a play ground, canteen, Interact Club, art and craft rooms, well staffed medical facility and a ramp for differently abled students.
The school academic year commences in March and is divided into two terms. The school is affiliated with CISCE and offers education from kindergarten to class X. Parents can keep track of their wards’ progress through meetings with the principal and faculty at the ‘Open House’ which is conducted from time to time. The progress of the pupil throughout the year is considered for promotion.
Extracurricular: The school encourages students to participate in music, art and elocution and different sports activities such as football, volleyball, throw ball, basket ball, cricket, swimming, badminton, table tennis, chess and carom.
The minimum age for the admission to lower kindergarten is 3 years 6 months on June 15 of the year for admission. Students applying for admission are required to write an entrance test in English, mathematics and science.
Fees: The minimum yearly fee of the school is Rs. 24,000.
The school has been consistently delivering commendable results in the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examinations for the past 20 years.