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School Council 2019 - 2020

The installation ceremony was held on 01st February 2019. The newly elected school council members were bestowed with Sashes and Badges by the Principal Tr Anna Correa and Rev Fr Malcolm.

The newly elected school council members are as follows –

School Captain                                                           Aaiyaan Chataiwala

Assistant School Captain                                          Glen D’Mello

Britto House

Captain                                                                         Ayush Sajit

Assistant Captain                                                        Aaron D’costa

Loyola House

Captain                                                                         Devansh Thakkar

Assistant Captain                                                        Kyle Coutinho

Xavier House

Captain                                                                         Tanish Jain

Assistant Captain                                                        Branch Matthew

Kostka House

Captain                                                                         Ayman Mithal

Assistant Captain                                                        Heet Mehta

Sports Captain                                                              Kyle Justin

Assistant Sports Captain                                             Aaron Joseph


Head Leader                                                                 Myron Pesso

Assistant Head Leader                                                Zidane Sayyed

Assistant Head Leader                                                Durwin Britto

Best wishes to the school council for the year 2019 – 2020.



On the 26th of February 2019, the outstanding ASP projects were displayed at an exhibition in the Arrupe hall.  The display also showcased the creative work done by students during their talent search and art and craft periods.  Fr Ambrose Machado, our Treasurer and Mrs Jennifer Pereira, our primary Headmistress viewed and and  judged the exhibits.


A visit to Red FM

The film and media club organised a trip to Red FM, Lower Parel on the 26th March, 2019.  Sir Roger accompanied 15 boys from Std 9 to the studio.

The boys first had a look at the main office to get an idea how a radio station functions. Then they went to the canteen and met many RJ’S like RJ- J-man, RJ-Shreya, and RJ-Sapna Bhatt etc. The radio jockeys were very free-spirited and the students had great fun singing, beat-boxing, rapping etc. with them.

Later they were taken to radio station Magic 106.4  je le Zara and were shown how recordings are made and broadcasted.

The students got the chance to wish the 10th STD students who were appearing for their board exams .The RJ showed them how to speak on the radio and the boys were recorded singing, rapping and beat-boxing.

Sir Roger was asked a few questions too and it was broadcast the next day on the radio between 9 to 11am

The students had a wonderful experience and received great exposure to the vibrant world of radio broadcasting.



Marathi Divas Celebrations

St. Stanislaus High School celebrated Marathi Week from 18th February to 27th February 2019. During this week boys made beautiful charts on poems, stories, cleanliness and other topics and displayed them in their classrooms and on the notice boards. During this week the assemblies were prepared in Marathi. The boys practiced enthusiastically for ‘Marathi Diwas’.

The ‘Marathi Divas’ program was held on the 27th of February from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45p.m. in the school hall. The chief guest for the program was Miss Ulka Khanolkar, a former Marathi teacher of the school. `



Florrie Sopher Inter School English Elocution Competition

St Stanislaus High School won the Florrie Sopher Inter School English Elocution Competition on 13th February 2019 with Masters Jadyn Defigueredo and Ethan Fernandes tied in 1st place and Master Kaide in 3rd place in juniors category. Master Justin Lopes won the consolation prize in the seniors category.




The Film and Media (F.M.) club boys were super excited when they heard about the trip to SJ studios for the shooting of a television serial. 30 boys along with 2 teachers reached SJ Studios and into the world of movies and serials. Mr Mushtaq Sheikh was the person to show us around the studio.He is a famous script – writer who has written popular films like Om Shanti Om, and Billu barber.

Mr.Mushtaq Sheikh in his small speech gave them a basic understanding of how shooting is done. They were all sitting in a room which looked like a living room with beautiful paintings and artefacts. Mushtaq sir explained to them how each room is a part of the Television show “Yeh Hain Mohabattain” which is a Balaji production.

He gave them basic information about how many workers work on the show and how they create this entertaining world each day without fail. The group was then taken to the shooting set. Live shooting was taking place and there was a buzz in the air and a general rush too. The technicians were running around. There were huge lights placed every where. There were make up artistes and actors. And finally there was the director sitting on a chair shouting Lights! Camera! Action! 

There was chaos around but the moment the director said the three words there was pin drop silence. Once the camera rolled the boys saw veteran actress Sudha Chandran act and say her dialogues. One day at the shooting made the boys realise the kind of hard work, dedication and discipline that these talented people put so that the public can get entertained. The boys and teachers took pictures with the actors which would be treasured for a lifetime.

This visit was an eye-opener as the students realised that making movies and making serials is an art form. It’s not only difficult but at the same time there are many people who put their minds, hard work and dedication to bring this world of entertainment alive.




A Visit to the Times of India Printing Press

On 23rd February the Film and Media Club boys visited the Times of India Printing Press accompanied by two Teachers and a parent.

They reached the press at 9:40am and after receiving visit passes, they were taken inside and given tea and snacks.

The students were shown a presentation about how the newspaper is made and the different stages it goes through and the different departments involved. The most awaited and interesting part was when they took the boys to the printing press floor where the actual printing work is carried out. It is a fully automated process and the paper is not touched by human hands during the entire process. This press is Asia’s 1st automated plant.  

It was a great opportunity for the boys as they now know how the newspaper they see daily comes about.



Britto House Feast Celebrations

With the coming of February every Stanislite gears up to celebrate the feast of St. John de Britto the patron saint of the Britto House.

This year we celebrated the feast on 1st February. The celebration of the feast began with a solemn Eucharistic Mass. Our main celebrant, Fr. Ivan D’souza shed light on true Christian faith and how we must achieve it.

A small cultural programme was held in the school hall. The prayer dance and the skit based on the persecution in today's world and how we must protest and put an end to it.

Prizes were given to the best chart for classes of each standard followed with a vote of thanks by our Supervisor.

Masters Aiyaan Chataiwala and Ethan Fernandes were the compere for the day.

With the solemn investiture ceremony we ended our Britto House Feast Celebration.


Karate Champions

The Karate Champs of our School won the following prizes -

Masters Memorial Cup 2019 -
Muzammil Arsad Ansari secured the 1st place along with Gold medal.
24th Asian/International WFSKO Open Karate Championship -
Pawaskar Hussain, Vadval Samuel and Vadval Emmanuel were awarded Bronze medal.

Scout Camp to Khapoli

The scout boys of Std.8th and 9th went for a scout camp to Khapoli on 17th Feb to 19th Feb. We assembled in the school and left at about 6:30am by bus to reach the Nature Hunt Campsite by 9:00am. We started our camp with flag hoisting followed by a session on hand and whistle signals. In the afternoon, we had another session on First-Aid. Later, in the evening, a campfire was organised in which we performed many amazing activities. The next day started at 6:00am. We had the Scout exercise and then we went for trekking to a battlefield called Umberkhind where Shivaji Maharaj won the battle against the Mughuls. We returned to the campsite and had the flag hoisting event. Then, we were taken for many adventure activities like Commando bridge, Monkey crawl, Archery, Rifle shooting, Zip line, Rope- walk, etc. Then, in the evening, we had jungle cooking followed by the grand campfire in which we sang songs, performed skits that were value-based and learnt many different types of claps. The next day, began with a uniform inspection, patrol corner inspection, knotting session in which we learnt Lashing and Whipping. We also learnt tent pitching. The fun was the rain dance! We left the campsite by 4:00pm and reached school at 7:00pm. We all had a lot of fun and enjoyment at the camp. We thank Tr. Anna, our principal, for giving us this awesome opportunity. We also thank Brother Conrad, Sir Elias, Sir Titus and the two parents who accompanied us.

All is well that ends well!!                                 



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