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.
To enhance the communication and leadership skills that help in personality development and self confidence, Fr. Agnel School has introduced a ckub for its students. The Gavel Club will benefit those interested in honing their overall skilss. This is a part of the Toastmasters club but for those below 18 years. On Saturday, an inaugural session was conducted within the school premises for the benefit of parents and students.
Representatives from the Toastmasters International, District 41, were present to explain more about the Gavel club. Along with the principal Fr Almeida, Brillian SK, Lieutenant Governor for education and training of Toastmasters International and Arvind Nair, district secretary were present, too. Through presentations and activity sessions, they highlighted the importance of improving communication skills and how it will further help in effective leadership.Read more...
In the recently organised 60th Table Tennis School Nationals, Tejas Kamble, a class X student of Fr. Agnels School, won old medal in boys under-17 category. The tournament was held in Tadepalligudem, Andhra Pradesh on October 6.
The tournament saw participation from 23 teams all over the country, and this Nationals was recognised by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. Kamble was a part of the Maharashtra team, which defeated West Bengal, the top state declared as the winners of the 59th Nationals in the semi final round.Read more...
Studying hard for the semester, looking forward to this break through all those exam papers. The feeling you get after writing the last word in your last paper, plus a hint of excitement for the upcoming school’s national trip. That’s part of the situations that we went through while waiting to go for another fun trip that would fill our hearts with memories worth smiling about. This Diwali vacation, our school gave students of Std 8th and 9than opportunity to visit some of the nation’s heritage sites at Agra, Jaipur and the national park of Ranthambore. No doubt, I couldn’t miss this golden chance.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, a tenth standard student from Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School secured the bronze medal at the recently concluded 19th International Astronomy Olympiad. A total of 79 of the brightest students from 16 countries India, Thailand, Russia, Sweden, Korea, Iran, Pakistan, Estonia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Italy, Romania, Czech Republic and Bulgaria participated in competition which was held in Krgyzstan.
Ameya was part of the six member Indian delegation that included three students, two team leaders and one observer. Tejas Shah, an ex-student of Fr. Agnel was one of the team leaders and a jury member for the same Olympiad. With two silver and one bronze medal, the Indian team was overall 5th in the medals tally in the junior group.Read more...
Photos of the Scouts and Guides camp for class 10 students organized at Karjat.
Girls U-19 Hockey Team of Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School, Vashi made the school proud by bagging the State Championship Title with a win over Azam Sports Club of Pune.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%.