“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” - Aristotle

Recently, The JB Petit High School for Girls won the Ketto Award 2021-22 for the Best School Initiative of the Year.

Launched in 2019, the Ketto Awards aims to recognize organizations and individuals that have achieved a meaningful and sustainable social impact through their pro-bono work and partnerships.

Our principal Ms Benaifer P Kutar was invited to and attended the Maharashtra Educator's Summit organised by Education Today on September 14, 2019 at The Lalit Hotel, Mumbai.

We are happy to share that our school was ranked No. 1 in Maharashtra and No. 1 in Mumbai in the Girls school (Day category).

Ms Benaifer P Kutar received the Trophy & the Certificate on behalf of the school.

Education World, October 2016 Issue.

This year the seating arrangement at the Top 10 table is radically different. Ranked a modest #5 in 2015, JB Petit High School for Girls, Mumbai (estb.1860) has been voted #1 followed by La Martiniere for Girls, Kolkata (estb. 1836).

The 10 best schools in the city - Coming out on top

In an article published in the Times of India on Friday 9th September 2016, "JB has been ranked as No. 1, Girl's Day School in the Country by a nationwide educational survey."

J.B. Petit has consistently ranked among the top schools in the country. Education World’s July 2016 issue has ranked our school among the top ten schools in a list of India’s Top 100 CISCE and CBSE schools on the basis of highest average and median scores in the recently concluded Board exams.

J.B. Petit has been ranked 1st among all girls school in Mumbai, the 2nd ranked school in the State and the 5th ranked girl’s school nationally.