6) Bombay Scottish School
Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim | Website: www.bombayscottish.in
History: The formation of Bombay Scottish School began in 1847, when the Scottish Christian missionaries established the Scottish Female Orphanage at Byculla. In 1976, the name was changed to Bombay Scottish School.
Unique Features: The numerous curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities encourage students and teachers to challenge themselves and channel their creativity. The school excels at sports, including shooting, and facilities for art, craft, music and gymnastics and holiday workshops.
“Our aim is to ensure that each student leaves the portals of ‘Scottish’ a wise, upright and sensible youngster, grounded in values and able to face challenges and shoulder responsibilities with confidence and integrity.”— Molly Paul, principal
Highest ratings for: Value for money, selection process, teachers
Boards: Class 10 — ICSE, Class 12 — ISC
Annual fee: Not available
Students: 3,000 boys and girls
Student-teacher ratio: Not available