Mount Carmel Convent High School

School Profile

Mount Carmel Convent High School is an offshoot of “The Congregation of the Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel” which has a specific goal in view.

Mount Carmel Convent High School, a Christian minority institution, is an English Medium School started at Nana Peth in 1943, to provide Catholic girls with sound religious and moral education. Other pupils are also admitted with due respect to their religious feelings and freedom of conscience. It is named after Our Lady of Mount Carmel, from whom our youth will learn openness to God’s all-sufficing love that will enable them to accept life’s situations in a deep spirit of faith.

Due to the ever-increasing strength, there was need to shift the Secondary Section to Lullanagar in 1956. In 1974, the K.G. class was opened in view of starting the Primary Section also, and was gradually upgraded. We have now a complete Pre-Primary, Primary, Secondary School and Junior College.

This school, recognized by the Government of Maharashtra, prepares pupils for the Secondary School Certificate Examination in a ten years course.

In keeping with the original goal, it is devoted at present for the purpose of advancement of education in all its aspects, primarily for the benefit of Catholic women and children and in addition for members of other communities irrespective of religion, caste, community, race or social status.