Maneckji Cooper Education Trust School, Mumbai was promoted in 1959 by Jehangir Maneckji Cooper, in memory of his father Maneckji Bejonji Cooper. It is a co-educational day school affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. The school has been consistently delivering commendable results in the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examinations for the past 20 years.
Maneckji Cooper Education Trust School hosts a state-of-the-art campus which offers well equipped science laboratories, a computer laboratory with internet facility, and a well stocked library featuring about 53,000 books. The school also offers AV rooms, a play ground, canteen, Interact Club, art and craft rooms, well staffed medical facility and a ramp for differently abled students.
The school encourages students to participate in music, art and elocution and different sports activities such as football, volleyball, throw ball, basket ball, cricket, swimming, badminton, table tennis, chess and carom.
The School has 2 large Laboratories – one for Physics and Biology and one for Chemistry. It is regularly used for Experiments and Demonstrations in Science.
Medical camps are organized every year for eye and dental check up. The school also has a qualified nurse to take care of the ailing students.
A series of talks are conducted by eminent faculties pertaining to Career Guidance and Moral Values like:
- Values in family life
- Success through Empowerment
- Leadership and Personality Development
- Management and Positive Lifestyle
- Positive changes in attitudes
- Public speaking & Communication Skills etc.
The minimum age for the admission to lower kindergarten is 3 years 6 months on June 15 of the year for admission. Students applying for admission are required to write an entrance test in English, mathematics and science.