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Halloween Day
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Halloween Day

Witches came true, ghosts escaped from dreams and monsters danced in St. Xavier’s High School,

Sector 81 on October 31, 2018 as the school had an exhilarating celebration of spooktacular Halloween.

Zealous students dressed up in spooky costumes paraded the school and the greeting trick or treat echoed through the corridors.

As it is said, its as much fun to scare as it is to be scared, came true, with the haunted room, serving as the ice on the candy.

Excited faces were seen everywhere and the glorious morning turned into a scary, horror and frightful day with the Halloween celebrations.

The parents were also enthralled and excited to witness the decor and the preparations done by the avid teachers.

    Inter House Skating Competition

    “Champions are not made in playgrounds. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them- a desire, a dream, a vision.”

    Zooming skaters went buzzing on their roller skates with a desire and a dream to win. An Inter House Skating Competition was held on 26th October, 2018 for the students of Grades I-IV at St. Xavier’s High School, Sector - 81.

    The enthusiastic and energetic students portrayed their talent and left the audience spell bound by their sportsmanship.

    Students participated class wise exuberantly from all the four houses.

     Congratulations to all the participants!!


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      St. Xavier’s High School, reigned in the festive season with excitement and enthusiasm on October 16, 2018 with the joyous Dussehra festivities.

      The assembly commenced with prayer and confident speeches enlightening the audience with the significance of the festival. It was followed by a melodious poem by the nightingales of grade IV.

      The day is celebrated to commemorate the prevalence of good our evil. It was reflected well in the skit performed by the students on the topic “Bullying”  to enlighten their peers about the ill-effects of bullying and how we should pledge ourselves not to adorn such despicable behaviour personified by Ravana  which is rampant today and develop the qualities to become Ram.

      A visual treat for the attendees was the Dandiya Dance by Grade VII students in colourful and vibrant attires.

      The audience brimmed with excitement and cheered, to lift up the spirit of the diligent performers who danced into their hearts gracefully.

      Well synched and vibrant dance by the primary teachers amazed the students.

      The festivities ended with a sparling climax by burning the Ravana effigy in the school ground.

      The celebrations culminated with the moral to “strive to gain victory over all forms of evil within and around us, to keep the world a safe and peaceful place for all”. 

      Wish you all a very Happy Dussehra!!


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        Inter House Football Match

        “Sports improves our competence and brings into life top level brilliance!”

        Bright, clear and sunny skies ushered in the most awaited event of St. Xavier’s High School, the first  Inter House Football Match.

        Xavierians  from all the four houses, brimming with excitement gathered in the school playground to mark the event.

        The programme commenced with  motivational words from our respected Head mistress, Sarika. R. Chopra.

        With throbbing hearts and adrenalins rushing through the bodies, the toss was done which went in favour of the houses St. Nicholas and St. Michael.

        Excited  Xavierians, full of vigour  filled the air with cheering and tons of encouragement for the young players.

        It was a thrilling experience to witness the young electrifying  players on the field.

        All the teams showed  their mettle on the field and tried to outshine others.

        The man of the match was bagged  by Abhay of grade VII.

        St. Nicholas and St. Michael emerged victorious  and jubilantly celebrated their  victory after the match.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            


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          GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATION@ St. Xavier’s High School

          “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”

          The words of Gandhiji were heard aloud, as St. Xavier’s High School celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on October 1st, 2018. Gandhi Jayanti is observed on 2nd October every year as a National festival to commemorate the birth of Mahatma Gandhi. The students conducted a special assembly to relive Gandhi ji’s life and his contribution to India’s Independence.

          The exhilarating students of pre-nursery merrily sang the melodious bhajan ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram…’

          The presumptuous Xavierians spoke confidently , inspiring the audience and making them aware of the great ideologies and life of Gandhiji. Following were a play and poem presentation on his life. The assembly commenced with a quiz wherein the winners were appreciated with badges.

          Gandhiji was an apostle of peace and a light of freedom. Xavierians salute him on his birthday.


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