You ‘dirty donkeys’!

Brig Rajiv Narayanan, Class of 74 

A towering personality who led by example and love. The only ‘punishment’ he ever had was either call us ‘you dirty donkeys’ or the ‘gold pinch’. God, I think broke the mold after he made him. Happy Birthday Father.

Father More was an Institution. Those days, we used to live across the Railway Station and the flyover did not exist. On a number of days, when the gate was closed, the driver would leave us and go straight. There he would be, in his Ambassador MPG 888, presented by Campion Mumbai, apologising to our parents and collecting his herd of ‘Dirty Donkey” pronounced in his inimitable style!!! I miss him!! May he shower HIS Grace on our Alma Mater as he smiles benignly from Valhalla.

Excellent website!

Sunil Gulati from the First Batch

This web site dedicated to Father More has become immensely popular among Old Campionites as reflected by the fast climbing visitors meter breaching the 15,000 mark. Let us congratulate and applaud all those who have contributed in making this excellent web site and regularly adding and improving the contents and the presentation


Sachin Sehgal, COBA 95 BATCH

Great time – passed in Campion under guidance of Father More and seniors

Birth Anniversary

Anil Chugh, President COBA

Our efforts to celebrate July 20th the Birth Anniversary of Fr. E. F. More, SJ, as Founder E F More’s Day every year at Campion School by the students and school management are likely to succeed soon. I am thankful to the Kar Sewaks of the Crack Force formed to immortalise the contributions and memory of Reverend Father More for their active efforts and support for the cause.

“Gold Medals”

Sarab Iqbal Singh Sokhey 

As my dear friend Dr. J.P. Chaudhary says, Fr. More instilled class in us. He brought the best of the western world standards. I live in the US and work in the Corporate world. Like many Campionites I am successful in this country. I dedicate my success to the “Gold Medals” I got from this great soul and wonderful teachers like Mr. Ojha (who I mimic when I do my presentations in corporate America), Tomychan Mathew, Mr. Peter Michael. God bless them.