Attacking play by St. Aloysius High school, Bandra helped them grab the Boys under-14 MSSA-Mumbai Indians Annual Inter School Football Tournament title here at the Azad Maidan, Mumbai. Zaid Shaikh was the star performer as he struck a hat-trick which his teammate braced up to the occasion. Kashif Shaikh and Asad were the other goal scorers as they won the match 6-2. In the match for the third place for the same group, Balmohan Vidyamandir didn’t find it difficult to ride pass Activity Peddar Road as they won the match 2-0 through Neil Verdia and Nakul Doshi.
A grand farewell was given to our dedicated Principal, Mrs. Regina Rodricks by the students and staff of St. Aloysius High School, Bandra, on 21st September, 2013. Again on 30th September, 2013, Madam gave a wonderful lunch party for the staff and her friends in the afternoon. All the neighbouring principals, ex-teachers of St. Aloysius High School were also present to wish madam a final farewell with love and prayers.
On the farewell day a glowing tribute was paid to madam through this following speech.
The Teachers' Day was celebrated with enthusiasm at St. Aloysius High School,Bandra. All the teachers of the school were honoured by Rev. Fr. William Athaide, manager of the school, for their commitment and dedication to the cause of education. He urged them to lead a healthy and disciplined life and create a healthy environment.
St. Aloysius High School, Bandra, celebrated 67th Independence Day in the school quadrangle with great enthusiasm by the Pre- Primary, Primary and Secondary school students, Staff, Principals of both the sections, Church Fathers and the parishioners.
Flag was hoisted at 8:00 a.m. by our manager Rev. Fr. William Athaide. The speeches were delivered by secondary students in English by Semin Ansari of class 9A and in Hindi by Ms. Priyanka Pathak of class 8A. Patriotic songs were sung by Secondary, Primary and Pre-Primary students.
7th December, 2011, St. Aloysius High School went on a picnic to Tikuji-Ni-Wadi. It was one of the most enjoyable moments for both children and staff and a welcome break from their busy schedule. Children enjoyed themselves in the waterpark, there was an amusement park for those who did not go into water. Everyone was safely back to school by 7.30p.m. with incredible memories they gathered out of this picnic.
Children’s Day was celebrated at St. Aloysius High School by the teachers of the secondary section on 18th November, 2011. The programme consisted of prayer-service, opening chorus, koli-dance, fashion-show, English-play, wish-pond and magic-show. It was greatly appreciated by one and all.