Campion School Cooperage Road, Fort

3) Campion School
Cooperage Road, Fort | Website:


History: Campion School was founded in 1943, by the Jesuits and Father Joseph Savall was the founder principal. The school started with 23 students, before shifting to Wellesely House and Arthur House in 1948.

Unique Features: The school is technologically well-equipped with 140 computers connected to an internal network of projectors in every classroom. Most of the teaching staff has been given laptops to help them prepare their lessons and to use in class. Learning is made fun through various activities and project tours.

“We are committed to the philosophy that each member of the school must have the opportunity to reach his full potential. We help students realise talents are gifts to be developed not for self-satisfaction or self-gain, but for the good of society.” — Paul Machado, principal

Highest ratings for: Teachers, selection process, value for money, Academic rigour

Board: Class 10 — ICSE

Annual fee: Rs. 70,000

Students: 779 boys

Student-teacher ratio:  19:1

Campion School

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