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The 154th Annual Day Celebrations

The 154th Annual Day Celebrations of St. Stanislaus High School was held on 9th September 2017.

The Chief Guests were Mr. & Mrs. Vaz, Parents of our current School Captain, Master Elvis Vaz and our Guest of  Honour was Mrs. Smita Jadhav, Mother of Master Ojas Jadhav, top ranker of the School at the SSC Boad Exam, March 2017.

The Comperes for the function were, Master Elvis Vaz and Master Joshua Sequeira.

The function began with the lighting of the lamp followed a brief introduction of the guests and presentation of the token of appreciation.  

The cultural program.  brought out the theme “Called to Serve", which was a gentle reminder  that 'Humanity' is the only religion for us to follow and that our age or our social status should not stop us from serving others.  

The Chief Guest was invited to speak and this was followed by the much awaited and most important part of the function, the presentation of the certificates.

A total of 650 certificates of achievement were presented to the students


Adieu Tr. Rebecca Dmello

With heavy hearts, the Staff of the Stanislaus Parivar bid Tr. Rebecca Dmello adieu on Saturday, 14 October 2017 on her completion of 15 years of service.

A small felicitation program was held to express their appreciation and gratitude for her contribution and service to the School.

Speeches by Fr. Lawrie Ferrao, Ex- Principal, Ex-Teachers Tr. Thelma Misquitta and Tr. Anita Advani, Mrs. Sandra Patel, Ex-PTA and Principal Tr. Anna Correa added to the sentiment of the day.


Happy Birthday Principal Anna

Principal Anna Correa birthday celebrations on the 7th September 2017 began with an intercom assembly.

The Council members, on behalf of the students presented her with a floral bouquet and card.

Fr. Andrew s.j., Vice Principal, serenaded Principal Anna with a birthday song, and thanked her for her dedicated service to this Institution.

Tr. Nikita spoke about Principal Anna`s great personality as a Principal, Mother, Mentor, Sister and a friend - ‘An Iron Woman ‘ who brings joy and happiness to all.

During the short recess the Jesuit community along with teachers, masters, PTA members, ex-teachers and well-wishers gathered in the Staff Room to celebrate her birthday.


Farewell Mr. Pius Almeida

The Stanislaus Parivar bid farewell to Mr Pius Almeida who for 33 years was an integral part of the Secondary Office. 

The programme started with a  prayer service  followed by performances by the students and teachers.

A PowerPoint presentation captured the golden moments of Master Pius’s life.

The teachers put together a small skit and dances based on Pius’ years at St. Stanislaus.

The PTA, Staff and students stole his heart through their cards and good wishes.

A farewell speech was delivered by Principal Anna Correa.


Teachers Day Celebrations 2017

The PTA members joyfully celebrated Teacher’s Day on 5th September 2017

The celebrations began with a Eucharistic celebration, where in Father Reuben Tellis, the main celebrant, in his homily inspired the teachers to educate the young minds and to bring out the best of the child’s abilities and potentials.

Each class, felicitated their Class Teacher and a Subject Teacher with performances, trained and guided by the PTA Class Rep.

A celebration packed with music, dance and a sumptuous lunch at the Willingdon Catholic Gymkhana was held later in the afternoon.

Master Hycinth Cardoz and Teacher Chitra Thadani were felicitated on completing 25 years of Service in St. Stanislaus.

The teachers sang a thank you song to show their appreciation and gratitude to the PTA members for organizing this beautiful program.


Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola

The celebrations for the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Patron Saint of the Loyola house, started off on the 25th August 2017, with a class-wise, Chart Competion  based on the Loyola house motto – “ Ideals in Actions.

Stds. 5B & 6D, Std. 7D & 8B  and Std 9C & 10 A & C , were the proud winners.

This year the IGCSE students too participated, of which Group 2 and Group 4 were the winners.

A Loyola house canteen,organized by the boys of Std. X was held on the 26th August.

Fr. Gerard Rodricks was the main celebrant at the Feast day Mass, on the 31st August.  He told the boys and the girls (students of St. Stanislaus International School) that the key to happiness was - H- Humility, A – Absolute Poverty and

P – Providence.

The festivities continued in the Arrupe Hall with the ex-teachers and staff followed by a short programme in the hall.  

The new IGCSE section was also inaugurated by Fr. Oscar Rosario s.j., Superior of our Jesuits.

“Love ought to show itself in Deeds more than Words”   St. Ignatius of Loyola

71st Independence Day celebration at St. Stanislaus High School

15th August 2017, the occasion of our country’s 71st Independence Day was celebrated with patriotic zeal in our School.  We began with the tricolor being hoisted by our Chief Guest Bro. Conrad Fonseca, the singing of the National Anthem and reciting the  Pledge by the students and Staff.

A short and meaningful programme was conducted in the school hall thereafter.

It began with a Patriotic song and a rousing speech by Master Reuben D’souza.  A skit, based on the school’s theme for the year “Called to Serve”  highlighted the message that everyone is called to serve in some way or another.

A passionate speech by Master Yusuf  Zakaria was followed by a heart touching tribute to our soldiers of the Indian army which enkindled in all the students a sense of pride for all the armed forces protecting our Country.

Bro. Conrad then spoke about the true meaning of Independence and how we can be of service to our school and our nation by always being prepared – spiritually, morally and physically.

Our Std.X toppers who scored above 90% were felicitated.  A very helpful interactive session ensued where in these toppers and their parents were questioned on various aspects of their preparation for the SSC Exam.

The Vote of Thanks was delivered by the Principal, with a strong message to practice acceptance and tolerance and to shun violence, not only in school but also in the world.

The School Anthem was sung with great gusto and the programme ended with the hall resounding with the ‘Bharat mata ki Jai’.

This celebration concluded with a short fellowship between the teachers, the SSC toppers and their parents.

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Inter-Religious Celebrations at St. Stanislaus High School

14th August 2017, the eve of our Independence day, saw 22 schools participate in an Inter-Religious celebration at St. Stanislaus High School.

The morning started off with an exciting display of a Bunker Busting Drill by NCC cadets, trained by Col KS Kondal, Commanding Officer, 1 Mah BN NCC.

The Chief Guest Maj. Gen. Christopher Fernandes, along with dignitaries from the Armed forces were warmly welcomed by Comperes Ms. Cordelia Lewis and Master Amir Zakaria in the School Hall.

The cultural programme started off with a one minute silence in honour of our fallen soldiers, and the lighting of the lamp.

This was followed by a brief explanation of the uniform worn by the officers of the Armed Forces by Col. Kondal,  a prayer for unity and messages by our great leaders and freedom fighters by the students of Std.IV, dances were performed by the boys and a scintillating Indian Dance by the St. Joseph’s Convent girls, the Inter-School Band competition winners performed a couple of patriotic songs which resounded through the School Auditorium.

The highlight of the morning was a performance by the 7th Sikh Regiment pipe band.

Maj Gen Christopher Fernandes, in his speech invited the girls too to join the armed forces. He also told the boys that the Pipe Band led the Army into battle and were always on the Front. His message to the students was Patriotism and Secularism.  Whatever you do, work together for the Country.  In which ever walk of life  remain patriots of this great country of ours.

Principal Anna concluded the programme with a vote of thanks to the BIRD committee and the staff and students of all the schools who made the programme a rousing success.


Winners of Maths Talent Search Examination (MTSE)

Maths Talent Search Examination is a competitive math-based online exam for the students of Class III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII and IX designed to test and identify the talented young.

Winners of Maths Talent Search Examination (MTSE) from St. Stanislaus High School from right to left 1. Ibrahim khalil (40th rank) 2. Myron Pesso (48th rank ) 3. Yasin Ahmad  (26th rank) 4. Krish Punamiya


Vanamohatsava celebration by the Nature Club

7th July 2017,was a very auspicious day of celebration for the Nature Club boys and the teachers in charge of St. Stanislaus High School, as approximately 300 students and teachers of St. Joseph’s High  School, Durello Convent High School, Auxillium Convent High School and Anjuman Islam girl’s High School gathered together for  “THE FESTIVAL  OF TREES i.e VANAMOHATSAVA”.

The theme for the day was   :  




Vanamohatsava gives a clarion call to all of us to respond to climate change, global warming and pollution.

The  guests for the day were Fr. Frazer (Manager of St. Stanislaus H.S), Mr Sharad Ugade (Asst. Municipal Commisioner W Zone) ,Mr Asif Bhamla (President of Bhamla Foundation), Mr Shaan (Ex Stanislite and Bollywood singer), Ms Pooja Bhat t( Bollywood actress,  Mr Sujay Jairaj (Trustee N M College), Siddhart Runwal, Mr Wajid (music composer) and many more along with our Principal Mrs. Anna Correa and the Principals of the above mentioned schools.

Highlight of the programme was thought provoking messages by our distinguished guests, enthusiastic experiences of our student members in the form of videos and the most exciting part of the function was the planting of 5 saplings on our school grounds with the students , teachers  and guests.

This was followed by distributions of saplings to each child as a sign of life and well being.

Finally our school undertook a procession on Hill Road followed by the other schools. All the students walked with pride holding banners and shouting slogans creating an awareness for support of  a GREEN ENVIRONMENT.

As the programme came to a close each one went home with the message loud and clear,

”Our environment needs care ! Stop the spitting culture and defecating in the open!

Plant trees, Save life !



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