Our Lady of Good Counsel High School at Mumbai is a Catholic minority school founded in 1939 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mumbai, and administered by the Society of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Mumbai and the Society of Friars Minor, a religious order for men in the Roman Catholic Church. It was upgraded to the status of high school in 1958.
The school functions with an objective to “train students for all-round development and sincere commitment to God and country”.
This English medium, co-educational school is affiliated with the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) and offers education from class I through X.
The school campus is set atop a hill, and hosts contemporary facilities to support the academic and extracurricular pursuits of the students. These include spacious classrooms, state-of-the-art science and computer laboratories, well-stocked library featuring a huge collection of books on various subjects and a modern sports infrastructure.
Some interesting structures at the school campus are the fifty steps, the grotto, the original two-storied school building, the small room in front of the church where kindergarten classes first began 70 years ago; the church itself and the black stonewall.
Our Lady of Good Counsel High School is affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Education (MSBSHSE) and offers education from class I through X.
The students are grouped into four houses, which compete among themselves in sports, quizzes, academic, artistic, cultural and other extracurricular activities that foster a spirit of healthy competition. The school’s basketball team, especially the girls’ team has won several laurels in inter-school, state and national level basketball tournaments.
Details on admission and fees can be obtained from the school office.
The school’s basketball team, especially the girls’ team has won several laurels in inter-school, state and national level basketball tournaments.