Sad Demise of Mrs. Hilla Pocha – Oldest Alumna

Mrs. Hilla Pocha, Class of 1937,  passed away today at the age of 98. She was a regular at the Founders’ Day Service every year. Mrs. Pocha was in Green House (as Savage was known then). She is survived by her son Nusly and daughter Feroza Ginwalla, both of whom

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Western Classical Music 101 At The Quarter

Every month your in-laws drag you to front-row seats at the NCPA for a classical music concert and you wish you were at the Bombay Gym with your girls… Suddenly your friends are all discussing what to book for the upcoming SOI season and you feel a bit silly that

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Memorial Service for Mr. T. Thomas

The School held a memorial service for the late Chairman of the Board, Mr. T. Thomas on April 12, 2018. Characteristically it was perfect. The choir, the speeches, the flowers and the audio-visual, all beautiful and a fitting tribute to a true visionary. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 

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Sad Demise of Mr. T. Thomas

It is with deep regret that we inform all our alumni of the sad passing away of Mr. T. Thomas after a brief illness. Mr. Thomas was the Chairman of the Board of Governors of our School for many decades until his demise. The funeral service will be held at

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The 20th Cathedral Alumni Golf Tournament

Results of the 20th Cathedral Alumni Golf Tournament Results of the 20th Cathedral Alumni Golf Tournament held at the Willingdon Sports Club, Mumbai on 25th November 2017. This year we had 34 participants. Results: Akshay Kilachand Salver for Best Gross: Winner: Mr Jamsheed Mehta Runner up: Mr Aditya Malkani Rohit

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Cathedral Founders’ Day 2017

Dear Alumni, November 2017 marks 157 years since the founding of our school. In keeping with tradition, the School & the Alumni association are organizing several activities to celebrate Founders’ Day, including a brunch open to all alumni and their spouses. In special attendance will be several of our retired

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The Cathedral Alumni Association & St. Jude India ChildCare Centres

Happy faces at the Cathedral & John Connon Alumni Association sponsored Centre at the newly inaugurated Cotton Green Campus of St. Jude India ChildCare Centres on 30/3/2107. From left to right: Nana Patekar (actor), Dr. S Sharma ( Director Academic Tata Memorial Centre), Manisha Parthasarthy (Vice Chairman St. Jude), Mukeeta

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Renowned south Mumbai school buys iconic Kodak House to accommodate IB section

The iconic Kodak House on D N Road has been acquired by the Cathedral and John Connon School from Deutsche Bank, ending a hunt of almost eight years for additional space. Sources said it cost the school approximately Rs 74 crore. The building near the school in south Mumbai will

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Jeevak Parpia wins low-temperature physics prize

Professor of physics Jeevak Parpia, M.S. ’77, Ph.D. ’79, is one of three winners of the 2017 Fritz London Memorial Prize. The prize, administered by Duke University and awarded every three years, recognizes scientists who have made outstanding contributions to the field of low-temperature physics. The prizes will be presented

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Manek Mathur, Squash Doubles Association World No 1.

Manek Mathur, Savage, Class of 2005. Squash Doubles Association World No 1.

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