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International Yoga Day

‘Yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self.’ Yoga is a sport that can contribute to development and peace. It cultivates the ways of maintaining a balanced attitude in day to day life and endows skill in the performance of one’s action. Yoga heals our mind, body and soul. Healthy practice helps to maintain sanity in our daily life. Yoga is believed to be practiced for over 5000 years and people from all walks of life, creed and ages have adapted to it to lead a happy lifestyle.

To mark its importance International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on 21st June. Our school celebrated International Day of Yoga in the school premises by demonstrating different asanas to the students under the guidance of Ms. Rachna (Yoga Instructor).


Mallakhamb Day celebration

We celebrated the Mallakhamb Day at school on 15th June 2018. As a part of the celebration we did our regular warm up exercises and later each one of us had to complete Dasarang (one of the elements in Mallakhamb) to the maximum number possible. Last year as a team we had done a total of 312 Dasarangs, however this year we more than doubled the number and completed a little more than 700. The highest individual number of Dasarangs in our school was done by Jadyn D’Souza (170), Caspar Mathew (150) and myself (103). It was a great achievement for all us because on a normal day of practice we are only able to complete about 25-30 Dasarangs.

Our parents also were invited to participate in the celebration and got an experience of climbing on the pole. Both my parents climbed the Mallakhamb and were not only excited but said that it was a once in a lifetime experience and would love to do it more often.

Other parents too took part in the celebration. I was very happy to do Mallakhamb with my family. We were all very happy when our Principal Tchr. Anna came to encourage us and also took a snap with us.

A heartfelt Thanks to our wondeful Sir Yatin who always encourages us to do our best.

I love doing Mallakhamb. You all should try it.

Shaun D’Mello

Std. VI-D


Thinking Day

Thinking Day is celebrated on 22nd February by Scout and Guide organizations all over the world. It commemorates the birth anniversary of the scout founder Lord Baden Powell and Lady Olave Baden Powell as well. The West Bombay Suburban Bharat Scout and Guide celebrated “Thinking Day” on 22nd February at the district office in Juhu.

Our school bagged 2 prestigious trophies, Best Scouting School and ‘Highest Khari Kamai’.  We were the Runners Up at the District Camporee and the Scout Athletic Meet.

We would like to thank our Principal Tr.Anna Correa and the Jesuit management for their constant support.  Not forgetting our Scout Masters Mr Elias Corriea , Br Conrad Fonseca, Mr Titas Fereira and  Mr Rostan D’silva who trained us  for marching and Lezim. Tr.Sunita trained the Scouts for the Koli Daance.

Our Scouts masters   were truly the wind beneath our wings that earned success to keep our school flag soaring high.



“A Scout Smiles and Whistles under all Circumstances “- Lord Baden Powell

These words ring so true as my Fellow Students Mathew Lobo, Dwayne Braganza, and myself Kris Corriea, qualified   for the Rajyapuraskar (Governor’s) ScoutTesting Camp for the first time in the history of St. Stanislaus high school.This testing Camp was conducted just a fortnight before the SSC Board Exams, the four day three night Camp was held at West Mumbai Suburb District ground at Juhu, Mumbai.

We successfully completed the exam as we had lot of camping experience, as we had attended school scout camps, district activities such as camporee, thinking day, etc.

We thank our principal, Tr. Anna Correa and the Jesuit management for giving us the opportunity and support to excel in scouting.


Scout Training

For the first time in the history of St Stanislaus two lady teachers have undergone the basic Scout training. Congratulations to Tr Pritisha Murzello and Tr Nikita Chatterjee.





T15 Sunil Gavaskar Tournament 2018

The T15 Sunil Gavaskar Tournament 2018 organized by St. Xaviers High School as part of their Sesquicentennial Jubilee celebrations. The tournament was held between 17th – 19th April 2018.

St. Stanislaus lost to St. Xavier’s High School in a closely fought Semi Final by 7 runs.Earlier they had beaten Holy Family High School by 149 runs to enter the Semi Finals.

The school team got a chance to meet and interact with “The Little Master” Padma Bhushan Shri Sunil Gavaskar who handed participation certificates to the entire team.

Arjun Jayswal was awarded “The Best Batsman” Trophy for his scores of 52 and 35 respectively in the 2 matches that they participated


New Admissions Secondary Section Academic Year 2018-19

Admissions for the Academic Year 2018-19


New Admissions Secondary Section

Please note there are no vacant seats in std 5,6,7 and 10.

Applications only for Std 8 & 9 will be considered.

The online application portal for admission to Std. 5 to Std. 10  will open on the

16th of April, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. and will remain open until the 30th of April, 2018 5:00 p.m.

For a list of documents required, eligibility criteria and to apply for admission visit:

Please note that the mobile number you fill in to register will be used for all communication, status updates etc in regard to your application for admission. The same details can be used if the parent has already registered on the Common Admissions Portal for other Catholic Schools in Mumbai.

For instructions on how to apply for admission visit:

Multi-lingual support is available on the site


02nd April, 2018


Marathi Day Celebration 2018

Marathi week was celebrated on February 27, 2018 with morning assemblies and all prayers during these days in the Marathi language. On February 27th, which is celebrated as Marathi Bhasha Diwas, in honour of the Marathi poet Vishnu Waman Shirwadkar also known as Kusumagraz, there was a multi-faceted programme in the school hall. Labad Landga dance, Dhanger Nrutya, Shetkeri Nrutya and a Koli dance all under the guidance and training of the Marathi faculty were the highlights of the programme giving a glimpse of the culture of our beloved state of Maharashtra. Ex- Student Dr. Mritunjay Khopkar was invited as Chief Guest and he gave an inspiring address to the students.


Speech and Drama Programme

Raell Pudumsee's Ace Academy conducts speech and drama classes all through the year in the school. March 16 saw the culmination of all the training in a dazzling performance by the students of STD 5, 6 and 7. Hilarious skits, choral recitation, quizzes were highlights of the programme.




Republic Day Parade Awards

Cyclists receiving their certificates for Republic Day Parade Bandstand

Malkhamb Boys receiving their certificates for Republic Day Parade Bandstand

NCC Boys receiving their certificates for Republic Day Parade Bandstand





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