Changing the World
Developing social skills and emotional quotient
A Learner’s Paradise
Play is serious learning
Learning in Action
Creating a culture of curiosity and innovation
Giving Rein to Imagination
Igniting a spark and instilling a love for learning
Building grace and confidence
Knowledge is Adorned By Character
Jasudben M. L. School strives to develop in students a lifelong love for learning, responsible citizenship, and personal integrity. We are a community based on trust, mutual respect, and compassion.
We know that our students will leave the school with commitment to service to others and to environmental stewardship, and with a greater understanding of themseleves and of their responsibilities in a global society.
Jasudben M. L. School students have won many National and even some International awards in sports such as Throwball, Table Tennis, Swimming and Athletics.
We are Award Partners for the International Award for Young People (Duke of Edinburgh’s Award) which motivates our students to become involved in a balanced programme of voluntary self-development activities.
We believe in a balanced education. We offer many options for activities that the students can pursue - co-curricular as well as extra-curricular.
Dr MADHURI SHAH
“Each child has an individuality, a mind, a heart and a body different from another. It should be our effort to create a learning environment in which each individual flowers at his/her own pace and as per his/her own capabilities.Individual excellence and enrichment of their personality should be the objective of education”. In order to take this forward the school should nurture an all-round excellence, beyond the academic dimension, to produce global citizens of tomorrow.”
There is one school in Mumbai that quietly goes about what it is supposed to do.....educate and nurture, without shouting about its innumerable achievements from the rooftops. This is the culture and high standards set by the doyenne of education in India, Mrs. Madhuri Shah, who set up Jasudben M.L. School, and whose legacy has been carried forward impeccably by the President of its parent body, Gujarat Research Society, Smt. Kallolini Hazarat, and its lineage of illustrious Principals and Teachers.
Ami GoradiaVP-Knowledge Properties Hayagriva Software Co. Pvt. Ltd.
This support from school has been crucial in moulding my child's behaviour for better. I would like to share few instances like- if I get angry he one day all of a sudden said, "Mom, you are always in red zone." I was like, what is that, I was curious to know. He told me all about it. In details and what each colour means. And I too started following that. Believe it or not I too improved along with him. He enjoys drama and SUPW more.
Jayshree S.Mother of Stavya
“My wife and I are alumni of JML School and it was a no-brainer for us when a school had to be picked for our son. Aditya was never a fan of being left alone with strangers, so naturally, the preschool ruckus and flow of tears became a daily ritual. It worried us immensely and we imagined our little one sobbing all day at school. As if sensing our anxiety, we received an email from the school showing us, through videos, the kind of fun Aditya was having at school, he was playing with the toys and interacting with other kids. That was the time I was convinced that our child was in the right caring hands that moulded us to be what we are today. Ten years have gone by, two kids now in school - trophies won, exams dealt with and annual day lines recited with enthusiasm at home. We love the fact that the school cares! The after school clubs keep the boys interested and yes, they are encouraged to study music and play sport, but the care the school provides trumps all. Thanks JML and its incredible staff.”
Gaurav ManikFather of Aditya and Ishan
It was 1997, I was looking for a school for my elder daughter Nupur Raut. My neighbours suggested me to look at JML. The opinion was, it is a small school with good values. At the admission process, the warmth struck me. My daughter was not even asked her name. She was invited into Madam Hazarat’s room by calling out her name. The interview was more of an informal interaction to know each other better. Nupur got admission in the school and there was no looking back. Everyone from Madam Hazarat, the then principal Asha Bhandari Madam and all the teachers were so approachable. Education with values is what my daughter learnt. The school was so encouraging and supportive of all her extracurricular activities. Needless to say, I secured admission for my second daughter Natasha too in the same school. For Natasha also it was an amazing experience with the school focusing on an overall development. Apart from sports and other extracurricular activities the school encouraged Natasha to attend summer studies program in the US for which she was selected through the Asset examination. Our overall experience with school was very good. We will highly recommend the school.