Our Motto


Founded in 1912, St. Agnes’ School is a High School and Junior College affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Education.

We, the Sisters of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary, serving in India since 1842 commit ourselves to the promotion of a more just and human society in our country. The inspiration provided by our Foundress, Claudine Thevenet since 1818 continues to strengthen this commitment.

In the India of today, the pressure of casteism, communalism, poverty and exploitative structures make it imperative to equip our students not only with intellectual skills, but also with a set of attitudes imbued with social moral and spiritual values.

Our commitment to this kind of Education is made in order to serve specially the young and among them the poor. We also seek to make them conscious of their rights, and struggle with them in the face of ongoing oppression and exploitation. We invite our Collaborators, Students and Parents to work with us in realizing our challenging vision of bringing about a New India.


St. Agnes

Our Patron Saint

News & Events

Ekta Ki Jaan Hai, Hindi Desh Ki Shaan Hai.

Hindi Diwas was celebrated in our school on 16th September 2019 to emphasize the importance of our national language as well as our culture. The programme was inaugurated by Sr. Flory and Ms. Jasmine Vesvikar by lighting a samai. To invoke God’s presence, a prayer...


  A nation is dumb without a national language. To celebrate Hindi Diwas, “Rochak”, an Interschool Competition was held in Christ Church School on 14th September 2019. Our Agnesians participated in various events and bagged several awards.       Our students...

Talk on Cervical Cancer.

A talk was held on 13th September for class IX and X by the medical students of Grant Medical College on Cervical Cancer. They made the students aware of the Human Papilloma Virus, one of the leading causes of cervical cancer, diagnosis and preventive measures to be...

Visit to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount.

On 13th September 2019, the catholic students of class IX and X were taken to Mount Mary Church, Bandra. The students were accompanied by their teachers, Ms. Nerissa and Ms. Pearl. Children assembled at the church on the ground for the Eucharistic Celebration. The...

Inter-House English Dramatics Competition.

Dramatics is an important means of stimulating creativity. It provides students with an outlet for emotions, thoughts and dreams that they might not otherwise have the means to express. An Inter-House Dramatics competition was held on 29th August for the students of...

Teachers Day Celebration.

31st August 2019. You Illuminate The Prism Of Life Revealing To Us A Rainbow Of Possibilities. 5th September is celebrated as the birthday of Dr. Radhakrishnan, the first President of India and a great teacher, hence it marks an important day in the lives of teachers...

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