Montfort Senior Secondary School
Montfort Senior Secondary School, Delhi, is an unaided Christian minority school administered by the Society of the Brothers of St. Gabriel. It is located in Ashok Vihar, New Delhi. The institution was established in the year 1970. The school is named after Saint Louis de Montfort, a French priest and Catholic saint. It is a co-educational school and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The School is recognised by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi (CBSE). The students are prepared for All-India Secondary and Senior Secondary Examinations conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.
Presently Bro. Monachan K.K. is the principal of Montfort School, Delhi.
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