Regina Mundi, Goa


The school was established in the 1970s as an all boys school. From 1991, the school adopted Konkani language as the medium of instruction for all students up to class 4 (primary school). After the turn of the century, the school has started admitted girls as well, and is now a co-ed school.


The school is located just off Airport Road, quite close to the Vivus SMRC Heart Centre. The school is 5 kilometres away from the Mormugao harbour and a two minute drive from Dabolim airport.

Vasco da Gama is the nearest city and is about 3 kilometres from the school campus.


The main school building holds all the classrooms, staff rooms, library, and the science and computer labs. The assembly hall separates the primary and secondary sections.

The school has strong sport facilities with two full size football pitches, known as the Brother Slattery sports field (named after one of the most loved Brothers, and one who was at the school when it opened. There is also a basketball court.

The school is instantly recognised with its statue of the Mother Mary, in the form of Regina Mundi.


The statue of the Mother Mary was featured in a scene in the Bollywood film Jalwa (1987), starring Naseeruddin Shah.