Campion School is a boys-only private Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School located in South Mumbai, India. The school was founded in 1943 by Rev. Fr. Joseph Savall of the Jesuits and named after St. Edmund Campion.
Xavier House (blue), motto "Never Give in" - named after St. Xavier
A fourth house was added in the 1990s - Berchmans House (yellow) whose motto is "Service before self" - named after St. John Berchmans
Boys are assigned to a house when they join the School.
The School Council is a body established to put into practices the aims and objectives of the house system. The Council is made up of the School Captain and his Assistant, the House Prefects and their Assistants, the Leaders, the Class Monitor of the upper classes, and representatives of activities and organizations. It is purely an advisory body.
School organizations include:
43rd East Bombay Cub Packs: selection of recruits for five Cub Pack is made from the Primary section.
43rd East Bombay Scout Troop: the selection of recruits for the Scout Troop is made in the Secondary section. As a rule, students who have been cubs before, are given preference The Scout motto is "Be prepared".