The Diamond Jubilee High School for Girls, Mumbai

The School is affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board, offering Secondary School Certificate (SSC) programme to students from Classes I to X. Lessons at all levels are facilitated through an integrated curriculum and supplemented by a variety of co-curricular activities, field trips and class projects.

About Us

The Diamond Jubilee High School for Girls is a place where quality education meets nurturing and innovation. As an all-girls’ school, the School recognizes the value of the overall development of girls for the benefit of the larger community. Our students learn not only from our educational programmes but also from our various extra-curricular activities. Moreover, the School building has been designated as a heritage structure.

The school was started by Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III, in 1947 after India gained independence from the British. Since then we have continued to improve the educational resources, classroom equipment and infrastructure. We also invest in professional training and development of our teachers to ensure the use of world class learning methodologies and development of our teachers. In order to ensure our students get the required attention to attain their all-rounded growth, we appoint additional teachers for certain subjects.

The school is recognised by the Maharashtra State Education Department and follows the curriculum of the state education board. We offer classes from nursery to high-school level in English medium and serve over 1000 students from various cultures and social backgrounds.

We teach girls holistically so that they can make meaningful contributions to society and become strong leaders in our communities.

Our Parents

As children’s first educators, parents are important partners in the positive learning outcomes for their children. The active participation of parents in the support provided to their children in collaboration with school educators will ensure self-actualization for our students.

The School also seeks parental co-operation and assistance through the Parent Teacher Association (PTA).

There are separate associations for the pre-primary, primary and secondary sections, which are elected annually according to State Education Department stipulations.

PTA members assist the School in:

  • Reviewing the school's progress through Parent Orientation Programmes (POPs)
  • Effectively communicating between the School and parents
  • Supporting various activities by the School like organizing social events for the students

As a result, the School functions in a friendly, secular environment that supports and encourages an on-going partnership between the School and parents.

Admissions

The Admission policy of the School is transparent, merit-based and non-discriminatory.

Application Process

Admission for your child into the Diamond Jubilee High School for Girls is a four-step process. Forms for new admissions at entry level will be available at the School office in the month of January.

Step 1

Admission forms can be obtained from the administrative office of the school. Parents will be notified regarding the date and time of the same.

Step 2

Submit the duly filled application forms to the administrative office of the School before the due date.

Step 3

All timely submitted forms will be considered for admission, and the final list will be displayed on the school's notice board on a pre-appointed day which will be communicated to the parents.

Step 4

Fees will have to be paid within the stipulated time to confirm the admission.


Age Criteria for Nursery

The child should have completed 3 years of age on 1st April.


For more information, please contact us:

Diamond Jubilee High School for Girls, Mumbai
Aga Khan Building, SVP Road
Mumbai - 400 090
INDIA

For more information, please contact us:
Tel: +91 22 2377 8554

Diamond Jubilee High School for Girls, Mumbai
S.V.P Road
Dongri
Mumbai
400 009, Maharashtra
INDIA
Phone: + 91 22 2377 8554

Alumni

The School remains accessible to former students and encourages them to participate in the School activities.

Alumni are encouraged to contact the school. For more information please contact:

Ms. Abeda Khan
Mr. Anish Kanani
Tel: (+91 22) 2377 8554

The Alumni Coordinators can be contacted in person between 11.00 - 17.00 hours on any working day.