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About Us: School History

In 1947, following India's independence, Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III, established the Diamond Jubilee High School for Boys. Over the years, the School has established itself as an institution offering quality education to children of varied backgrounds and cultures.

The  Diamond Jubilee High School, MumbaiThe Diamond Jubilee High School, Mumbai invests heavily in teacher training and development, educational resources, classroom equipment and infrastructure.The School is affiliated to the ICSE National Curriculum. It currently impacts over 1350 students from Pre-primary to Grade 10. Investing in regular teacher training and development, the school maximizes utilisation of its infrastructure and resources to ensure delivery of a robust education programme.

The School is part of the Aga Khan Education Services (AKES) which has a long tradition of leadership in educational development. The foundations of the present system were laid by Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III, under whose guidance over 200 schools were established during the first half of the 20th century, the first of them in 1905 in Zanzibar, Gwadur in Pakistan and Mundra in India. Since the creation of Aga Khan Education Service companies in the 1970s, the schools have been centrally administered and managed.

The School is part of the Aga Khan Education Services (AKES) which has a long tradition of leadership in educational development. The foundations of the present system were laid by Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III, under whose guidance over 200 schools were established during the first half of the 20th century, the first of them in 1905 in Zanzibar, Gwadur in Pakistan and Mundra in India. Since the creation of Aga Khan Education Service companies in the 1970s, the schools have been centrally administered and managed.

AKES currently operates more than 300 schools and advanced educational programmes that provide quality pre-school, primary, secondary and higher secondary education services to more than 54,000 students in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Kenya, Kyrgyz Republic, Uganda, Tanzania and Tajikistan. Schools are also envisaged, or under development, in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique and Syria.

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