Mary Immaculate Girls Primary School is a Catholic School established and administered by the Mission Sisters of Ajmer, members of an Indian religious congregation. These sisters, who have dedicated their lives to God and humanity, render voluntary services in the educational field. The school is under the religious jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Mumbai. Mary Immaculate Girls Primary School (Borivali) is affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Education (Mumbai). It is situated in Borivali (West). It started as Primary School in June, 1957 and was upgraded to a High School in 1963. The aim of the institution is to give Indian girls the benefit of refined education on modern lines with facilities, both for study and domestic living. As a Catholic school, it is working not only for the intellectual, cultural and physical development of the children from the early stages, but also for the formation of character by inculcating sound moral principles, so that they grow up as good children of God. Christian students receive instruction in religion, and care is taken to see the preservation of the Christian faith and religious practices. It is based on the love of God and service of man, as modeled in Jesus Christ, with a view to training citizens distinguished for their all-round development, and sincere commitment to God, and Country.