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Ho! Ho! Ho! It’s time to celebrate Christmas

The Christmas celebration at School began in the first week of December with the Stanislites preparing the symbols of Christmas in their Craft classes. The symbols like the Star, Christmas Tree, Candle were later put on display around the School. The crib was placed in the Assembly shed for public viewing.

The Stanislites put the theme of Christmas –Caring and sharing into practice by collecting stationery articles, toiletries and edibles for the needy students of our twin school –St. Xavier’s in Manmad.

The Staff had the Secret Santa exchange of gifts among themselves....Learn More

151st Annual Athletic Meet

The unexpected Saturday morning shower did not dampen the sporting spirit of our Principal, the Sports Director and the Peons who spared no effort in attending to the School grounds so that the event could be held.

The Annual Athletic Meet held on Saturday, 13th December 2014 began at 1.30 p.m. with Chief Guest Mr. Peter and Mrs. Loreena D’Souza, parents of Master Shawn D’Souza sports Captain and Mr. Murli Agniswar and Mrs. Vijaylakshmi Murli parents of the Assistant School Sports Captain- Master Sharan Murli.

The event began with the ceremonious MarchPast, races...Learn More

Stanislites on a pilgrimage to Mount Marys Basilica

St Stanislaus School this year, as tradition calls for, had the Stanislites walk up to the Mount in prayer and singing of Marathi / Hindi bhajans. This pilgrimage is held every year as a devotion to Mother Mary who spared the hostelites from plague years ago.

The Eucharistic celebration with Fr. Keith D’souza as the Main celebrant had a message of (ICC) Integrity, Courage and Creativity spelt out to the Stanislites and the parents who attended this Mass. A special blessing entrusting Std X students to the maternal care of Our Lady before they embark on a new journey in life is...Learn More

Childrens Day 2014 - Celebrating Stanislites

Stanislites were in for a pleasant surprise on Friday, 14th November 2014 with a 2 in 1 celebration of Children’s Day and the feast of the School’s Patron saint –St. Stanislaus Kostka.

The day began with a prayer service and a Eucharistic celebration.

The School background was all set to welcome Stanislites with a heartening welcome message “Celebrate Stanislites”. Posters prepared by the teachers decorated the school corridors portraying wonderful messages for the children.

On the grounds, the student band performed enthralling the students with their...Learn More

St. Stanislaus School celebrated its 150th Annual Prize Day

St Stanislaus School celebrated its 150th Annual Prize Day on Saturday, September 13, 2014 in the school auditorium. In keeping with the ‘International year of Crystallography’, the theme of the Annual Day was ‘Crystals Colour Our Life.’

A PowerPoint presentation depicting the timeline of events in school; the splitting of white light into seven colours and the significance of crystals associated with these colours was highlighted through seven exquisitely choreographed dances

Crystals are Mother Earth’s gift to us and they have myriad uses in our modern...Learn More

68th Independence Day celebration at St Stanislaus

The 68th Independence Day celebration at St Stanislaus School began at 7:30 am with the flag hoisting and singing of our National Anthem. The National flag was hoisted by the Chief Guest Captain Yezed Gheewala a father of our ex-student, a violinist and a well wisher of our school.

After the flag hoisting, the Chief Guest along with other dignitaries and the students proceeded to the school hall for a short cultural programme which consisted of a patriotic speech, song, poem and a dance. This programme highlighted the untold sacrifices of the freedom fighters and encouraged all to...Learn More

Inter School, Inter Religious Prayer Service

The inter school, inter religious prayer service has been conducted by our School for the last eight years. This event was organized on Wednesday, 13th August 2014 prior to Independence Day.

The event was conducted on a slightly different note with participation from students of different faiths from seven schools around Bandra.

The participating Stanislites read passages from the Holy Books which reflected this years’ theme “All religions are Gems of Peace”. The different religions were Christianity, Baha’i, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Sikhism, Islam, Buddhism and...Learn More

MAH AIR SQN officers visit to St. Stanislaus High School

Two NCOs of 1 MAH AIR Sqn gave our boys a look over on Saturday, 2nd August 2014.Master Warrant Officer Chandrasekhar of the IAF, highly experienced in Drill took charge of the NCC cadets of Stds. 8 and 9 for over an hour.They seemed pleased with the setup, enthusiasm  and turnout.

It’s a rare privilege that our School is getting an opportunity of getting facilities of these instructors. He has agreed if time permitting to train our Cadets in all aspects of the Air Force Drill. I MAHARASHTRA AIR Squadron also has the distinction of being  raised as India’s...Learn More

Celebrating the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. Stanislaus School Staff and students came together at a Eucharistic celebration to celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola. The main celebrant at this mass was Fr. Noel Pinto of Sneha Sadan while the other co-celebrants were Fr. Errol Fernandes, Fr. Jude Fernandes, Fr. Andrew Rodrigues and Fr. Juan. The theme of the mass was “to give and not to count the cost”

The choir sang the song of St. Ignatius of Loyola as their entrance hymn.  As usual the March of St. Ignatius- Noble Knight was belted out by the students who had been practicing it for over a week.

A...Learn More

Teaching Marathi with a Difference

Dr. Girish Oak a well known Marathi theatre and film personality, addressed the Marathi faculty teachers from 20 schools in Bandra at St. Stanislaus High School on 16th July 2014. He enthused the audience into teaching Marathi with vigor and style. Dr. Oak discussed how Marathi can be conveyed in the most attractive way to students. He laid stress on the proper pronunciation of Marathi words being taught to the students. His personal experience in Theatre and film brought in a new way of teaching the subject Marathi in classrooms which is a unique way of merging life skills. He...Learn More

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