Hearty Congratulations to our Std XII performers Shraddha Kute, Pranita Gugale ,Aman Lunawat,Shalini Chintada for Passing CPT Exam (CA Entrance Exam2017)::City Pride School, has yet again secured 100% result in the CBSE Std X Exam.Vinaya Nair stood first by securing 99% and Gauri Amin scored 98% in Std X exam::Outstanding performance by CPS Junior College in HSC Exam. 100% result with the First ranker in Science is Rutuja Madhure with 91.38% and in commerce Aishwarya Shah with 88.3%::CPS won Best School Award in Green Champ Competition conducted by Schneider Electric Company::CPS has received the Most Ideal School Award by PCMC Corporation for excellence in school education in all aspects::City Pride School has been accredited as CREATIVE SCHOOL by COUNCIL FOR CREATIVE EDUCATION FINLAND
School News
The following are the School News:


   Very delighted to share with you all that City Pride School, is ranked No. 10 amongst India’s Top "Green Schools in India" by Education World , India's – perhaps Asia's – first education-focused magazine. The Jury rated and ranked over 750 nominated schools.

   Education World has eminent Board of Advisors like N. R. Narayana Murthy, Dr. F.C. Kohli (founder CEO of Tata Consultancy Services); Adi Godrej, Dr. Rajashekharan Pillai (Vice-Chairman UGC); Prof. N.S. Ramaswamy (former director of IIM-Bangalore);Dr. R. Natarajan (former director of AICTE)

   Congratulations to each and every member of City Pride Family. This has not been achieved overnight. Just have a look at what we do

   City Pride school has a separate ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE which conducts different activities throughout the year. The committee is associated with different organizations outside the school, namely – Eco club(Bal Paryavaran Samiti- PCMC) & Conserve my Planet(an initiative by schneider electric ltd.)

   Our school conducts lots of activities throughout the year like -
• Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan-
• Plastic MuktiAbhiyaan -
• Class assemblies based on environmental themes –
• ISA(International School Award) activities – Theme -“Wild life Conservation & Endangered animals” .
• Save Water Project – “Every Drop Counts” Collection of water left in the students water bottle into the buckets for garden or for clean the washrooms/classrooms.
• Green Ganesh festival- making eco-friendly Ganesh idols, & torans out of recycled materials,
• Daily dump activity - Collection of the leftover breakfast i.e. organic waste into the composter every day.
• Bal Paryavaran Samiti: An eco club : Our school had registered to become a part of the Environment Conservation Association.
• BIRD FEEDER - we installed few bird feeders on the trees of our school campus.
• Swachh Bharat Mass Pledge by all
• Plastic Recycle: teamed up with organisations to convert waste plastic into polyfuel.



   Under Atal Tinkering Lab City Pride School conducted various activities & workshops since the commencement of this lab in our school.

   Freedom from E-Waste Drive – To celebrate Independence day in an eco- friendly manner and to create awareness about e-waste, we conducted a drive at our school by asking the children(from LKG to 12th) to bring e-waste like old mobile chargers, old toys, etc from home and it was collected at school on 14th august. Students of std 8th were asked to dismantle them and understand the inside mechanism of few gadgets. In a day we could collect around 520kgs of e-waste and broke the Limca Book of Record.




   2017 continues to be another year of outstanding performance by the students of City Pride School in class 10 CBSE board exams. The pupils have lived up to the tradition of 100 % result. The 4th batch comprising of 87 students, excelled as below
• 28 students securing CGPA 10
• 26 students securing CGPA 9 and above
• 21 students securing 8 and above
• 12 students placed in first class (CGPA 6 and above)

   The Toppers

Vinaya Nair stood first by securing 99%. She has scored 100% marks in Maths and Social science Gauri Amin Gajanand -98%. She has scored 100% marks in  in Maths.

   2nd position is shared between 3 students---97.8%. They are-
1 Harshal Dhake,with 100 marks in Maths and Social Science; 2.Riya Mokashi , who scored 100 marks in Maths
3. Shrusti Joshi scoring a 100 in Social Science.
The 3rd position –97.6 %
Alagi Neha with a 100 in Social Science

   City Pride School is happy to shine at this moment of glory and shall strive to carry the legacy forward.




   City Pride Junior College STD XII Science and Commerce has proved the might of the College, which is committed towards excellence, and its students are the manifestations of brilliance. We pride ourselves in announcing the stupendous results of our Higher Secondary School result.100% result with the first ranker in Science being Rutuja Umesh Madhure with 91.38 % and in Commerce Aishwarya Sandesh Shah with 88.3%.

Science  stream Commerce stream
Rutuja Umesh Madhure (91.38%) Aishwarya Sandesh Shah( 88.3%)

Out of 80 students in Science ,51 have secured distinction & maximum students have secured first class.
Out of 77 students in Commerce , 31 have secured distinction & maximum students have secured first class.
The college wishes the students good luck in their future accomplishments.



City Pride School is always a step ahead in providing experiential learning to its students. The school has a Student Council Department which constitutes the elected members that represent the students and participate in various activities, acting as proactive leaders, volunteers into various programmes organized in the school throughout the year. This is to give a lesson in good governance and democratic practices to the students. Each year the students of City Pride vote using the traditional paper ballot method. However this year three Techno wizards Anish Deshpande , Shrirang Pund from class IX and Ved Khandekar from Class X took upon themselves the responsibility of giving the school the experience of Electronic Voting. These students created software wherein students and teachers voted together and the results were declared immediately.

According to the school procedure, election guidelines are displayed everywhere in the school. Those students, who consider themselves eligible, file their nominations with their class teachers. The nominated candidates have to go through a written test. The shortlisted students through this test are further interviewed by a panel of experts. Those that score the highest in this interview start canvassing for themselves. They declare their symbols and agenda to the voters, as it happens in real life. Then the election dates are declared. Students as well as teachers vote for the school ministers as well as head boy and Head Girl. The results are declared in the last week of April. The elected members are felicitated and sworn in an elaborate ceremony – The Investiture Ceremony in June.