- Nirmal Ruia
Class of ‘58
My stay in Campion spanned just four years and my earliest memory of Campion is my first fight with two boys – one who I beat up while the other ran away. With pride I can say that the Masters the School had were the very best in those days. Mr. Brown was unforgettable – he could teach any subject if he wanted to. Strange as it ay seem I cannot associate unhappiness with Campion. We did not fare too well on the extra-curricular scene because basically academics were given prime importance. I made the mistake of taking my school years as a joke but I repent it later on in life. Campion has imparted ethical values and inculcated honesty and hard work in me – qualities that pay in the long run.