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.
Ameya Patwardhan from Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School, has been selected as part of the five member team to represent Indian at the 9th International Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad (http://ioaa2015.org). The competition will be held from 26th July to 4th August 2015. More than 35 countries are expected to participate in this prestigious competition.
Thousands of astronomy aspirants from schools all over the country participated in the preliminary round – the National Standard Examination in Astronomy. About 30 students were selected to attend a rigorous 3 week orientation cum selection camp at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education at Anushakti Nagar in the month of May. Here the students were exposed to differnt topics in astronomy by experts from all over the country. The final team was selected on basis of tests conducted to check the students theoretical, lab and sky observation skills. Ameya was also awarded the Dr. C. L. Bhat Memorial Award for being the overall best at the camp.
Last year, Ameya was selected to represent the country in the International Astronomy Olympiad (Junior) where he won the bronze medal. We hope that this year too Ameya will figure high in the medals tally and will bring accolades to the country.
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.
Agenls was recently selected as one of the best schools in Navi Mumbai in the Hindustan Times Best Schools Survey 2014.
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...
27/5/2015 - All students have reached safely. We will post more details shortly.
28/5/2015 - Some pictures of Austria and Swarosky world have been uploaded to the site. All students are doing fine.
Students reached Zurich at 9:30. After sight seeing in Zurich they reached Innsbruck at 3:00 pm. After a packed lunch in Swarosky world they visited the sparkling Swarosky world. They reached Salzburg in the night. The drivers took a wrong turn and so they got to see Germany too! Students will be leaving for Vienna after sightseeing in Salzburg.
29/5/2015 - After a quick breakfast served by enterprising chefs in Salzburg students left for a visit of one of the oldest salt mines in Hannien. The visit was informative, adventurous and very interesting. Children thoroughly enjoyed the train ride, the boat ride and sliding down the mines. After a quick round around the city the next stop was Mirapark where the movie 'Sound of Music' was shot. Students had an opportunity to relive all the interesting moments from the film. They also got to see the convent where Maria lived. Next was a visit to the Mozart museum. Now the students are resting in Vienna.
Some more pictures have been uploaded today.
30/5/2015 - Students visited the Schornburn Palace after breakfast. A canopy of roses welcomes the visitors to the palace. Roses, daises and a variety of flowers were grown and artistically displayed in the palace gardens. Each student was given a voice box to listen to the commentary as they went from room to room looking at the beautiful palace. Next we visited the city. We can call this city a city of horses. Healthy and majestic Arabian, Bohemian and Persian horses trot along side with Audis Volvos and BMWs. The students saw the city square, the Swiss gate and the oldest library. Students also met and ex-student who had specifically come to meet Fr. Almedia. Now the students are in Bratislava.
31/5/2015 - The students went for a city tour of Bratislava - a beautiful city with rich history and architecture. They visited the old cathedral and the plague tomb. After picking up few souvenirs and lunch the group left for Zagreb. It was raining on the way and the group got delayed as the border police wanted to check and stamp each and every passport.
New photos have been uploaded.
The ‘Festival of Science’ was celebrated by students of standard VI, VII and VIII of Fr. Agnel School at Vashi on 26th February. This event was organized to mark the National Science Day celebrated in India on 28th February each year in honour of Indian Physicist and Nobel Laureate Dr. C. V. Raman who discovered the ‘Raman Effect’.Read more...
The students of Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School, Vashi, have performed exceptionally well in the SSC exams conducted in March 2014. Needless to say, Agnelites have surpassed all expectations. 283 students of the English medium and 56 students of the Marathi medium appeared for the SSC examination. They have done the school proud with 100% results.
The institution has always believed in Inclusive Education and goes out of its way to support students with special needs. This year is noteworthy because for the first time 3 Autistic students appeared for the exam. The exam was also taken by 6 students with Learning Disabilities and 1 student with Hearing Impairment.
Suradha Iyer and Anuja Patil of English Medium with 486 marks are first in Navi Mumbai with 97.2%. Kalash Pai scored 97% with 485 marks. Kanak Naik and Suyash Mukadam scored 100% in Sanskrit. Of the 283 students of English Medium 118 scored more than 90%.
In the Marathi Medium Section Disha Sonwalkar has scored 95.6% with 478 marks followed by Pushpak Patil with 95.4% (477 marks). Of the 56 students 7 have scored more than 90%.