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Maharashtra Day 2017

Maharashtra Day is celebrated to commemorate the formation of the state of Maharashtra after its division from Bombay State on May 1, 1960.

The celebrations started off with the hoisting of the National Flag by the Chief Guest, Mrs. Shailaja Mulay,  the reciting of the Pledge and Prayer.

A skit showcasing the various leaders of Maharashtra, their works, and messages and a  lezim display  highlighted the energy and enthusiasm of this beautiful State.

Mrs Mulay in her speech to the students encouraged the students to read and write at least 5 sentences...Learn More

Talent Search

It was a herculean task for the Talent Search Team – comprising of Tr. Mary, Tr. Lorraine, Tr. Michelle and Tr. Lisa  to first of all short list the vocalists who were all indeed vying make it to the finals.

After sitting through and listening to our little talented singers, we finally cut down on 36 finalists.  There were also very talented little instrumentalists too.  The auditions were held on two different days for the vocalists and instrumentalists

Eventually the finals were held on the 7th of March 2017, where an extremely talented and experienced...Learn More

Farewell Mr Simon Chisti

Come December and there is a charged atmosphere at school. Why you may ask! Christmas is approaching! All Stanislites are busy preparing their hearts and using their creative talents to decorate Christmas ornaments to be displayed both in the class and along the school corridors. The crib, too, is set up to welcome Baby Jesus.

As this is the season of giving, our boys donate generously, articles like pulses, Complan, Bournvita, and mats etc. for our Twin Mission School.

The Christmas tableau and children’s celebration was on the 22nd of December.  It began...Learn More

Farewell Batch of 2016-17

 7th February, 2017 was a day of mixed feelings for the outgoing Std X batch of 2016-2017.  The boys, looking dashing in their well tailored suits, both Western and Indian, were gathered in the school auditorium for a final good bye.

It was an incredible day hosted and organized by Std. IX students together with their teachers. The program began with a prayer service to invoke God’s blessings on the students followed by inspiring messages by the School Captain, Ojas Jadav,   Manager, Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas and the Principal,  Mrs Anna Correa....Learn More

Marathi Festival 2017

27th February is the birth anniversary of a great Marathi poet and author V.V.Shirvadkar. In his honour, every year, Marathi Divas is celebrated in Maharashtra. Our school also celebrates this festival every year.

This year, the celebrations of Marathi day started a week in advance by conducting various competitions in Marathi as well as the morning assemblies, prayers and announcements during the day were also in Marathi.

The day of celebration was organised on 28th February 2017. Mrs. Leena Gonsalves an ex primary teacher was the chief guest for this...Learn More

A filmy day for the film club

On the 20th January, 2017 the students of the film club assembled in the museum to witness a short seminar on “Guidance to the right path of Film direction, Acting and Advertising.” by Mr. Errol Marks, an Ex-Stanislite.

Mr. Errol Marks began his acting career whilst in school. His desire to be an actor prodded him to get a break in his college play. His persistence got the attention of an Assistant Director who gave him his first advertisement  for Crabtree switches. As of December 2016 he has been a part of close to two hundred commercials  like Reliance,...Learn More

Grandparents’ Day Celebration

It was a beautiful morning when the boys of Std. I celebrated Grandparents’ Day on 18th February,2017

The function began with a prayer dance followed by other special performances put up by the kids.  All the grandparents recalled their childhood days as they watched their little grandsons perform.

Our headmistress, Tr. Jennifer Pereira gave the vote of thanks. She also asked the grandparents to share their experiences of their time spent with their grandchildren.

The grandparents enjoyed a game of housie. Spot prizes were also given. They were...Learn More

Consumer club

The Consumer forms largest economic in any country.  In a developing economy like India, the market is flooded with wide variety of goods. Adulteration, duplicating, price cheating, inferior quality products are common practices in the market.

Consumer  organizations  play a crucial role in educating and protecting the  interest of consumers. Mumbai  Grahak  Panchayat(MGP)  is very active in imparting education and fighting for the rights of consumers. The objective of MGP is to protect consumers in respect of quality, weight , choice and price by...Learn More

St. Stanislaus High School Council

The word “Election” means a formal decision making process by which a population chooses an individual to hold public office. The process may also be used in private organizations and in school as well. The outcome in all cases is the appointment of Leaders who sit in office for the duration of the term, primarily looking after the interests of those who have elected them.  

Here at St. Stanislaus High School, we follow the democratic form of elections.

The School Council plays an important role in the day to day functioning of the school and is actively involved in...Learn More

Story Telling Competition

A story telling competition was held on the 13th of February, at St. Mary’s High School Goregoan, for the 1st and 2nd standard students  Each student had to narrate a story within three minutes with expression and voice modulation.   Mark Savio D’mello and Mark de Melo both from standard 2nd took part in this competition.  The boys enthusiastically practiced and took part in this competition.  Mark Savio D’mello narrated the story ‘Three Billy Goats Gruff’ and Mark de Melo narrated the story ‘Heny Penny’ Mark Savio D’...Learn More

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