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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 educating them.

Our school believes in preparing well balanced citizens in the world and as a result we too have joined the organization and take active part in all the activities organised by MGP.

Fifty students from Std. VIII  were enrolled for the Consumer Club. The MGP organised sessions for school students to bring awareness about their rights and duties as a consumer.  Mrs. Pramila Mardikar,  the coordinator for our school,  conducts sessions every month.  

The MGP organises many activities in a year and some of the activities that our students participated in were Elocution, Quiz and Drama competition.

It was a moment of joy and pride when our school won third place in the drama competition among 18 schools all over Mumbai.


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 maintaining discipline.

The candidates for the post of the School Captain and the Sports Captain are selected from Std. IX, and the House Captains from Std. VIII.

On the day of the Investiture Ceremony, the newly elected council took the oath to carry out their duties faithfully and with responsibility, and secured their sashes and badges from the Principal and Vice Principle respectively.


School Captain:                           Master Elvis Vaz

Asst.School Captain:                   Master Kris Corriea

Head Leader:                                 Master Kevin Andrade

Asst.Head Leader:                        Master Raj Karbhatkar

Deputy Head Leader:                   Master Aakash Ranade

Sports Captain:                             Master Amey Kadam

Asst. Sports Captain:                   Master Naman Jain

Britto House Captain:                  Master Darren Gomendes

Asst. Britto House Captain:         Master Jaden Gomes

Loyola House Captain:                Master Krish Pinto

Asst. Loyola Captain:                   Master Rosh Arical

Xavier House Captain:                Master Reuben D’souza

Asst. Xavier House Captain:      Master Gilchrist Cabral

Kostka House Captain:               Master Ahmad Yasin

Asst Kostka House Captain:       Master Kris Albuquerque


Britto House Feast

 St. John de Britto also known as The Red Sand Saint was a Jesuit martyr in India. His feast is celebrated on 4th February every year.

A  Bookmark making competition on 27th January,2017 with the  theme “FOR GOD AND COUNTRY” started off the celebrations .

The Feast Day on 3rd Feb. 2017, began with a Eucharistic Celebration. Fr. Luke Rodrigues, was the main celebrant. His meaningful message to the boys was in keeping with the Britto house Motto .

The Mass was followed by a programme in the school hall

Vice Principal,  Fr.Andrew s.j.  briefed the boys about the life of St. John de Britto by showing them photo clippings and videos.

He also conducted a quiz competition and prizes were distributed


Republic Day 2017

The Staff and Students of St. Stanislaus High School celebrated the 68th Republic Day on 26th January 2017 on the school ground.

Grp. Capt P. Bakshi, a Fighter Pilot in the Air Force, presently working as a Group Commander in Mumbai-B group was the Chief Guest.

The programme commenced with the hoisting of the flag followed by the National Anthem and Pledge.

The parade by the NCC, RSP and Scouts boys, Cultural Program programme and karate display, made this a truly unforgettable day.

The Chief Guest said a few words expressing his thoughts followed by the vote of thanks by our Vice-Principal, Fr. Andrew Rodrigues s.j..


The feast of St Francis Xavier

The feast of St Francis Xavier was celebrated in school on Thursday, 3rd December 2016. The programme commenced with a prayer service, a short movie and skit based on the life of St.Francis Xavier.

After the programme in school, and as per tradition, Stanislites walked their way to Mount Mary’s Basilica for a Eucharistic celebration.

This pilgrimage is held annually to follow the vow the Bandraites had taken years ago, when Bandra was weighed down by plague.

Fr. Ambrose s.j. was the Main Celebrant at the Mass. Std X students received a special blessing for good health and strength to face life’s challenges as they are on the threshold of life. 

At the end of the Mass the students were treated to a snack.

Inter- House debate

The finals of the Inter-House Debate between the Loyola house and the Britto house, was held on 16th December 2016.

The motion debated on was ‘Inventions destroy Mankind.’

A panel of esteemed judges comprising of Mr. Prince Paul Shihn and Mr. Sunil Puri both from Bollywood industry and Mr. Asif Bhamla a politician were given the important task of judging the debate.

The Britto House team were the winners.


The 153rd Annual Athletic Meet

The 153rd  Annual Athletic Meet was held in the morning at 9.15 a.m, on Saturday, 10th December 2016.

Chief Guests, Mr. Uday & Mrs. Mrunali Chavan, parents of Master Chinmay Chavan, Sports Captain, and Mr. Stephen & Mrs. Maya Pereira, parents of the Assistant School Sports Captain, Master Marven Pereira, were welcomed with a Guard of Honour by the Scouts.

The Chief Guest declared the Meet open after the recitation of the Sportsman’s Oath by the Sports Captain

The event began with the March Past, races and relays for Junior, Sub-junior Inter and Senior Stanislites along with the NIOS students, not forgetting the Ex-students race, the Parents race, the Staff and the Peon’s race. The highlight of this Meet was the Lezim Display.   

Tug-of –War was a real test of strength for the Britto and the Kostka House with the Kostka House reigning victorious.

Trophies were presented to the winners of the various races.

The March Past Trophy for this year was won by Kostka House.

The Kostka Cup awarded for the WINNING HOUSE was also bagged by the Kostka House.

 The All Round Sportsmen of the School Championship was awarded to Master Chinmay Chavan.

The Best Senior Athlete Championship was bagged by Master Josiah Noronha,  and the Sports Scholarship was awarded to Masters Josiah Noronha and Master Marven Pereira.

Sports Day came to a Close with the handing over of the School emblem to the Sports Captain and a Vote of Thanks by the School Principal, Tr. Anna Correa.


Kostka House Feast & Children's Day

The feast of St. Stanislaus Kostka, patron saint of our school and the Kostka House was celebrated on 18th Nov 2016, with Mass. Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas s.j., Manager, was the chief celebrant.

Std 5A, 6C and 7A won the chart-making competition based on life of St. Stanislaus Kostka.

Children’s day celebrations, held on the 19th November 2016, commenced in the School Hall with a prayer service and the lighting of the lamp followed by performances by the special students of AAWHAAN PALAK SANGHA.

 The Teachers enacted and sang the song “Try a little kindness” with a message to our boys.

In the inter-class dance competition, Std 9th won the first prize. The boys enjoyed the entertainment programme, quiz and won spot prizes.

The celebrations concluded with a throw ball match between the staff and the Student Council. The Staff won the match.


STD 9: Second Unit Test Time Table (January 2017)






20th January 2017


9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m.



History-Pol Science

21th January 2017 Saturday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m.




Science 1

23st  January 2017


9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m



Hindi/ Hindi composite


24th  January 2017


9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m



Maths 1

Science 2

25th  January 2017


9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m.



Maths 2


27th January 2017


9.00 – 9.45 a.m.


French composite

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Confirm the portion and the outline with the subject teachers.
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Constitution Day 2016

The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishes the structure, procedures, powers and duties of government institutions and sets out fundamental rights, directive principles and the duties of citizens. It is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world. The nation is governed by it. B. R. Ambedkar is regarded as its chief architect. It imparts constitutional supremacy and not parliamentary supremacy, as it is not created by the Parliament but, by a constituent assembly, and adopted by its people, with a declaration in its preamble. Parliament cannot override the constitution. It was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, and came into effect on 26 January 1950. With its adoption, the Union of India became the modern and contemporary Republic of India replacing the Government of India Act, 1935 as the country's fundamental governing document.. It declares India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic, assuring its citizens of justice, equality, and liberty, and endeavours to promote fraternity among them.

An assembly was conducted to celebrate Constitution Day on 25th Nov, 2016.

A quiz on the constitution was conducted as well for standards. 5 to 10 and winners were awarded certificates.



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