Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School was established in the year 1982 in Vashi, Navi Mumbai, with the objective of providing comprehensive education to students upto Higher Secondary Certificate Examination. The school is affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Education.
Our vision is to mould children into Nation builders who will make a living, a life and a difference in our world. We envision that Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School & Jr. College will always remain a Learning, Nurturing Organisation, wherein, the home, school and community will be knit together in a trusting partnership, to ensure personal and academic excellence in all children.
We accept every member of the school family, as a unique and integral part of a divine design. To provide a learning environment which empowers students and staff to maximize their personal, creative and academic potential in order to become life long learners and responsible citizens of India and the world.
The 69th Independence Day was a day to remember for the little ones from our Balbhavan. The school leaders had put together an exciting fun filled activity day for them. The kids had a ball as you can see from the photos below.
Agnelites Excel in S.S.C. 2015
There was great jubilation at Fr. Agnel Vashi as the SSC results came in online. Sanika Pradhan with 96.6% (483/500) stood first in the English Medium. Jay Pakale with 96.4% (482/500) and Komal Hirurkar, Geetanjali Pillai and Mrudual Jadhav with 96.2% (481/500) stood 2nd and joint 3rd respectively.
In the Marathi Medium Section Athang Ghag and Tanvi Mondkar with a score of 95.6% (478/500) bagged the highest percentage. Rupali Khiste, Dhanashree Hatolkar and Mugdha Vengurlekar with 94.2% (471/500) stood 2nd in the Marathi Medium Section.
This year 291 students from the English Medium Section and 57 students from the Marathi Medium Section took the SSC examination and all passed with excellent scores. 8 students with special needs who took the SSC examination this year passed with flying colours. Aditya Rao an autistic student scored 91.2% (456/500).Read more... Read more...
Agenls was recently selected as one of the best schools in Navi Mumbai in the Hindustan Times Best Schools Survey 2014.
Ameya Patwardhan who recently completed this SSC from Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School secured the gold medal at the 9th International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA). The IOAA is an annual event for high performing high school students from around the world. The IOAA aims to proliferate Astronomy among high school students and to foster friendship among young astronomers at international level so as to build cooperation in the field of Astronomy in the future among the young scholars. 210 students from 40 countries competed this year in Olympiad which was organized in Indonesia.
With three gold and two silver medals, the five member Indian team topped the medals tally. It was the best performance by any Indian team at the Olympiad till date.
Last year Ameya had represented India in the Junior Astronomy Olympiad where he had secured a bronze medal. Ameya was mentored by Tejas Shah who is an astronomy enthusiast and an ex-student of the school.
Agnelites Excel in H.S.C. - 2015
There was jubilation at Fr. Agnel’s Jr. College Vashi as the HSC results came in. Sriram Raghunath with 96.61% (628/650) stood first in the Science stream. Nikita Raut with 94% (611/650) and Abheek Bose with 92.3% (600/650) stood 2nd and 3rd respectively.
In the Commerce stream Shanyce Fernandes with a score of 91.38% (594/650) bagged the highest percentage. Shanyce scored an unmatched 100/100 in Accountancy and Book Keeping. She was closely followed by Utkarsha Katkar with 90% (585/650) and Aman Dodhia with 88.92% (578/650).
This year 154 students from the science stream and 127 students from the commerce stream took the HSC exams and all passed with excellent scores. 12 students with special needs who took the HSC examination this year passed with flying colours.Read more...
It was an amazing trek this year. Photos of the trek have been uploaded to the site.