History

The first school founded in Bandra after Bombay passes on to the English was St. Andrew’s Parish School, Started by the Vicar, Fr. Francisco de Mello in 1780. It was started mainly to teach Catechism to the children of the parish. However by 1782 Portuguese was also being taught, as in the personal accounts of Fr. de Mello of March 1782 it is stated that he purchased 26 copies of Gramatical Portuguza, which cost him Rs.21/2.

Image Gallery

Principal's Message

Principal

From the Principal’s Desk

Dear well-wisher,

We use three magical words to smoothen our interactions with our family, friends and colleagues- “please, sorry and thank you”. I would like to add one more magical word to this list and that is “Wow!”

“Wow!” is indeed a magical word and it is a word...