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Cloth Donation Drive at St. Xavier’s High School

“To be able to serve the needy with no sense of recompense is the greatest and the noblest deed for a human”

Students are like the blank pages of a diary and  the impression they form with the ink remains with them for a lifetime .It has to be a beautiful calligraphy all the time so that when you flip the pages of life it gives you memories to  cherish and treasure . Sudha Murthy once very beautifully said “When God gives you a better income, increase the standard of your giving and not just the standard of your living

This quote has been an inspiration for everyone who read it and what else could be a better occasion than Christmas to imbibe this in our life . To care and share the load of  winters .

The learners of  St. Xavier’s came forward and contributed generously for the Annual Cloth Donation Drive organized by the school from 23rd  December 2019  till 27th December 2019.  The clothes collected were shared with the needy  on the New Year Eve. The recipients had a respite from the biting cold and blessed the students for a progressive step towards humanity. Students felt elated as they could bring a smile to many. They also recalled the lesson that the universe is required to be in perfect harmony and only humanity can help it achieve. The year ended on a noble note with an inspiration that new beginnings are on its way.

“Being human is given. But keeping our humanity is a choice, because the greatness of humanity is not in being human, but in being humane” 

    Music is what tell us that the human race is greater than we realize.It has a poetry of its own, and that poetry is called melody.’

    Christmas is indeed the time of mangers and miracles and a few Christmas Carols to set the mood right and welcome the season is like an icing on the cake.On the 21st of December, St. Xavier’s High School, Gurugram hosted its third Inter School Carol Singing Competition ‘EMMANUEL: A Musical Consonance!’

    The event was graced by the esteemed presence of Dr.Aman Bathla, world’s fastest piano artists, Guests of Honour Ms. Deborah Saini, an exceptional musician and Rev Daman Rodgers, Church of Epiphany, Gurgaon, The event also witnessed the magnetism of the Director of St. Xavier’s group of schools, eminent school Principal, Headmistresses and teachers and students from revered schools across Delhi/NCR.

    The competition was divided into two categories. In category I, students from grades V to VIII participated and in category II, students of grades IX to XII took part. Each choir had a maximum of 15 participants including the instrumentalists. The soulful and charismatic singers were judged on their Synchronization, Rhythmic Skill, harmonious demonstration and their themed costumes used in their audio and visual presentation.

    This year the saga of the Inter School Carol Singing Competition was held in the school with a greater zest. Keeping up with tradition, the programme commenced with the cake cutting ceremony followed by the School Anthem. The participants sang a range of Christmas carols and hymns spreading the message of reliance, joy and concord. Their euphonious voices charmed everyone present there.

    The tuneful extravagance was indeed a splendid way to ring in the Christmas bells. Each performance came to a closure by the resounding applauds from the audience. All the participants performed exceptionally well but in category A (Grade V – VIII) the winners were Manav Rachna, Sector 46, Gurugram, Manav Rachna, Sector – 51, Faridabad, Shikshayan School, and Gurgaon. They bagged the first, second and third positions respectively. In category B (Grade IX-XII) the first position was bagged by Lotus Valley School, Gurgaon, the second position was won by Sherwood Convent School, and the third position was won by Blue Bells Model School. .The dynamic presentations of the brilliant Xavierians in both the categories made everyone proud. St, Xaviers, Sector 49, won second and first position in Category I and II respectively, however, being the host school they did not contest for the prize.

    The entire programme was concluded by an energetic dance presentation showcased by the talented dancers of St. Xavier’s who had truly made everyone tap their feet on the rhythm. The chief guest was superlative in his appreciation of the young talented musicians. He stated that he felt highly honoured and delighted to have visited St. Xavier’s High School, Gurgaon.

    He also appreciated the efforts put in by the students and their facilitators for presenting such an amazing show.

    The event not only provided a platform to foster their audio and visual skills and creativity but also helped them to explore their hidden talents.  The program concluded with immense hope and happiness shining through the eyes of the participants.

    “Everything in me feels fluttering and free, like I could take off from the ground at any second. Music, I think, he makes me feel like music.” 

      “Learning is not attained by chance; it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence”

      St. Xavier’s is a prolific name in the field of education. The years of  experience, the diligence of knowledgeable teachers, the creative deed of innovative learning yields to wondrous educational institution. St Xavier’s is all about excellence in education, where we explore the unexplored, engage in the undone before and come out excelling in it.  

      Within the sixth year of its commencement, the school was conferred with the prestigious ISA(International School Award) Award. The ISA Programme aims at supporting the school in fostering  international ethos throughout the school system and embedding it within the curriculum.

      Pulling out all the stops the school prepared a specially designed curriculum acclimatizing and supporting the ISA planners along with CBSE curriculum.

      The prepared curriculum was excellently implemented and exercised to its utmost ability. The entire compiled report served as a sample specimen bagging a cent percent score in every section allotted. The British Council also appreciated the onus of the school for creating a masterpiece specimen which would used for guiding other schools while training for ISA Awards. It was indeed a moment of utmost pride for every Xaverian as nothing less than perfection is what we target at

      The award was given at The Leela Ambience Convention  Hotel, Delhi on Friday 6th December 2019.

      Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. As anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty because change is the end result of all true learning.




         I AM UNIQUE ! "
        This was the theme for the special assembly of Nursery- F, starting with the quotation "Don't compare your life to others. There's no comparison between the sun and the moon. They shine when it's their time." Our excited and confident little stars dressed up for the show rocked the stage and showcased their uniqueness through an act followed by a melodious song- " I want you to be nice to me" well synchronised performance by all the children conveyed the message that we all are unique and special in our own ways. The children ended the assembly on a peppy and energetic note with a rocking dance performance. The entire performance was highly appreciated by our Respected Principal Sir and Headmistress Ma'am.
        A special mention to the supportive parents for dressing up the kids and making them look super cute...!
          The Class Assembly by Grade 1-I was conducted on 4th December 2019. The theme was ” Increasing Pollution levels” especially based on the alarming proportions of pollution in Delhi and Gurgaon".
          The assembly commenced with the lords prayer. Post that, a skit based on the theme was presented by the students. It highlighted the causes of pollution and how we can step up and tackle it. The audience was impressed by the acting skills and the message that the skit provided.
          A song "We are in it Together Forever and Ever" was presented by the students, which was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. Students also presented a short speech on the topic “How to save the environment” and “Mother Nature needs us”. The assembly concluded with a dance performance. 
          The assembly was a blend of information and entertainment. It sought to create awareness amongst young minds on such a crucial phenomenon in an interactive way.
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