Standing tall in Mumbai's Fort area, The Cathedral and John Connon School completes a century and a half of excellence in education in the country. Known to mold traditional values into a contemporary, real-world context, the institution prepares students to embark on a journey of academic as well as personal excellence.
The Cathedral and John Connon School was founded by the Anglo- Scottish Education Society in Mumbai, in 1860. For the last one hundred and fifty years, the school has imparted the finest education to its students. It follows the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) up to the tenth grade and the Indian School Certificate (ISC) for the eleventh and twelfth grades. It now also offers the IB Diploma Programme.
Like all good schools, no matter how old, Cathedral never stands still. It melds the best of the past with the challenges of the present. Once the bastion of English public school values, today it reflects the multiculturalism that is India.