American School of Bombay
SF 2, G-Block, Bandra Kurla Complex Road, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400051, India
SS: +91 22 6772 7272 ES: +91 22 6131 3600
|Head of School||Craig Alan Johnson|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18|
|Number of pupils||733|
|Day fees per annum||US$15,250 - US$34,020|
|Curriculum||USA, IBDP, IBPYP, AP, SAT|
|Language of Instruction||English|
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The American School of Bombay (ASB) is a 36-year-old school deeply rooted in a 2000-year-old city. A kaleidoscope of traditions, cultures, and values, every major world religion and dozens of languages are represented in our community and spoken on our campus. We are a village of people from over 70 countries, with one educator for every five students. This world of plurality is held together by our community’s drive to fulfill our mission.
We know who we are, we know what we have committed to, and we authentically and enthusiastically endeavor to pursue our mission: to inspire continuous inquiry; to empower students to be courageous, optimistic, and full of integrity; to pursue dreams and to enhance the lives of others.
An independent, coeducational day school, ASB serves 710 students from the international and expatriate community of Mumbai - Pre-K through Grade 12. We are an IB World School offering the Primary Years and Diploma Programs. Graduates are awarded an American high school diploma and/or the IB Diploma.
Students are digitally literate, inventive thinkers with strong communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills. We believe that mutual trust and respect are essential for healthy, enduring relationships, and that practice and perseverance are essential to a culture of excellence. ASB recognizes each student's unique abilities and develops their individual skills to become compassionate citizens who understand that their choices can make an impact on the world.
ASB graduates are accepted at the world’s finest colleges and universities including MIT, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, Cornell, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Emory, Duke, McGill, University College London, Harvard University, Princeton University, University of Sydney, and the University of Paris and contribute personally and professionally across a diversity of fields.