J.B. Petit High School, Mumbai

J.B. Petit High School, Mumbai aims to impart quality education to the pupils along with overall development to think and take right decisions independently. The school encourages creative and original work and brings about intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development in each child. Apart from good academic performance the students also develop into socially conscious and responsible citizens. The institute has received the International School Award, by the British Council.

Facts
Name of the School J.B. Petit High School, Mumbai
Board affiliated to I.C.S.E. (Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination)
Location/Contact Details The J.B. Petit High School for Girls

5, Maharshi Dadhichi Marg, Fort,

Mumbai – 400001

Maharashtra

India

Email: jbpetit@gmail.com

Phone: (+91 22) 2204 2617

Type
  • Girls-only school
  • Private
Medium of Instruction English
Admission Procedure The school generally admits students to LKG section. For all other classes admission is offered subject to availability of seats. Parents can contact the school office at (+91) 22- 22042617 from 9 am to 12 pm on weekdays.

Registration to LKG can be done when children completes 1 year of age. The registration is between July 1st and July 15th. Completed registration forms need to be submitted along with the following documents:

  • Original and photocopy of Birth Certificate
  • School Leaving Certificate (If elder sister or mother is an ex-student)
School Timing
  • LKG: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
  • HKG & Primary School (Std. I – IV): 7:30 am to 1:00 pm
  • Middle & Secondary School (Std. V – X): 7:30 am to 2:15 pm
Extracurricular Activities Pre-primary and Primary (Std. LKG – Std. IV)

  • Music & Singing
  • Needlework
  • Art & Art Appreciation
  • Speech and Drama
  • Craft
  • Class Assemblies
  • Athletics
  • Yoga
  • Field Trips & Excursions Bulbuls
  • Physical Education & Games
  • Dance

Middle School (Std. V – Std. VIII)

  • Model United Nations
  • Class Assemblies
  • Debate Club
  • Music & Singing
  • Athletics
  • Dance
  • Extempore Speeches
  • Indian Music Club
  • Charity Collections
  • Book Club
  • Fund Raising
  • Gymnastics
  • Educational Tours
  • Yoga
  • Choir
  • Science Club
  • Cookery
  • School Magazine
  • Drama Club
  • Physical Education & Games
  • Art & Art Appreciation
  • Speech and Drama
  • SUPW
  • Field Trips and Excursions

Secondary School (Std. IX – Std. X)

  • Speech and Drama
  • Athletics
  • Class Assemblies
  • Student Government
  • Physical Education
  • SUPW
  • Games
  • Field Trips & Excursions
Established in the Year 1860
Website http://www.jbpetithighschool.com

Curriculum for different classes:

The detailed curricula for different sections are as follows:

Pre-primary and Primary (Std. LKG – Std. IV)

  • Language (English, Marathi, Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Communication Skills
  • Social Studies
  • Environmental Education
  • Computer Applications

Middle School (Std. V – Std. VIII)

  • Language (English, Marathi, Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Communication Skills
  • Social Studies
  • Environmental Education
  • Computer Applications

Secondary School (Std. IX – Std. X)

  • Language (English, French or Hindi)
  • Social Studies (Geography, History)
  • Mathematics
  • Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Education
  • Optional Subjects (any one – Commercial Studies, Yoga, Computer Applications, Art, Cookery)

The institute has two terms:

  • First Term (March to August)
  • Second Term (August to February)

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