About St. Xaviers High School

Welcome to the Official Website for St. Xaviers High School. St. Xavier’s was established in 1869 by the Jesuits in the neo-gothic building it occupies to this day. Fragments of its history are visible in the corridors of the primary section in the form of stuffed hunted animals shot by priests during the British Raj. This collection is almost like a museum and second only to the BNHS section at the Prince of Wales Museum, Rumbas. Notable among these is the butterfly and bird collection on the first floor and the stuffed tiger on the third floor. The tiger was donated by the Maharaja of Vanzra, Gujrat who was an ex-student of the school. The butterfly and bird collection is the work of Brother Navarro, a Spanish Jesuit and a naturalist who was associated with the school. At one corner of the primary quadrangle a section of a ship’s propeller which landed there at the time of the Bombay Harbour Explosion of 1944.

News Updates

Annual Day – Secondary Section

      The Annual Awards Day for the secondary section was  held on 22nd July 2016 in the school auditorium at 9.30am. The chief guest for the programme were Mr and Mrs Koliyar parents of our outgoing school Captain Selva Balaji Koliyar and the guest of...

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70th Independence Day Celebration

70th independence Day celebration was held in the School- Hall. The flag hosting was followed by the pledge, preamble and a special prayer for the nation composed by AVEC (Archdiocesan Value Education Centre).The chief guest for the day was our very old support staff...

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Vaachan Prerna Diwas

Vaachan Prerna Diwas was celebrated in St. Xavier's High School on 15 Oct., 2016. Paying homage to veteran scientist and former president of India APJ Abdul Kalam, the state government celebrates Kalam’s birth anniversary on October 15 as ‘Vaachan Prerna Diwas ie,...

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Yoga Day was held in the Primary Section on 23rd June 2016. Boys of Std IV were selected to perform the different yoga exercises. Two special yoga instructors Ms Shilpa Ghone (Senior Tr.) and Ms Sangeeta Raje Nimbalkar (Asst.Tr) from the Kaivalyadham Yoga Institute...

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