St. Anthony’s High School, Kherani Road, Sakinaka is a Christian Minority institution established and administered by St. Anthony’s Church in the Archdiocese of Bombay. The School aims primarily at the education of the Catholic community through the medium of English and the preservation of the Catholic faith and religious practices. Keeping this in view classes in religion are conducted and it is obligatory for Catholic children to attend these. While preference in admission is given to Catholic children admission is, however, open to the children of other communities irrespective of caste and creed, Value Education classes are conducted for them.
The school is affiliated to the Archdiocesan Board of Education which is registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. The school aims at providing an all-round education to its students by promoting various fields of interest such as games and sports, music and singing, elocution and dramatics, outings and excursion, M.C.C., social service and Value Education.
Parents are expected to co-operate fully in the task of education by seeing to the regular studies of the child and by encouraging her/his to participate in the activities of the school. They should faithfully attend school functions such as Annual Day / Prize Distribution Day, Sports Day. Great stress is laid on punctuality, regular attendance and discipline. Absence without permission on the first day of class after any vacation is considered a serious offence. New admissions are liable to lose their seats if they fail to report within a week after the school reopens in June.