It came and St. Xavier’s conquered it all again!
In yet another inter-school competition, St Xavier’s School proudly swept away all the awards again! This time it was District Level Swimming Competition, 2015-16.
The competition was held in Parasrampuria Gem International School, Jaipur, where U14 competitors participated from schools from all across the district. Among all the participants, St. Xavier’s stood tall and proud with being announced as the overall champion, with 13 of their participants taking as many as 27 medals! Of these winners, 9 have been further selected for state-level championship to be held in Kota, starting from 19-24 Sept 2015.
Principal Father John Ravi takes pride in congratulating all the champions:
Exam stress? Ah! Every student goes through it, specially during the Boards. Here’s one student, Tanmay Goyal, sharing his secrets to fight it off!
The workshop, conducted on 14 February, touched upon several medical exigencies and situations that may occur often and mainly due to ignorance
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje at the 75th anniversary of St Xavier's School, Jaipur asked father principal John Ravi, SJ to collaborate with RSLDC.
What began as St. Mary's Boy's School in the year 1941, has blossomed into one of the many prominent schools of the city in a span of 75 years.
Students of Class 1 of Jaipur’s premier school showed true team spirit while displaying their singing and dancing skills at the action-song competition on 4 February.
This school is not just about education, but also believes in celebrating sports. And today was a day of celebration... celebration of sports, of zest, of vigour here.
The prestigious Madholal Memorial President Cup 2016 held at the picturesque Kasiga Oval finally ended with Rao Academy emerging as the winners of the tournament.
St. Xavier’s School, Jaipur celebrated the 67th Republic Day with full vigor.
Here's taking the opportunity to congratulate Shobhit for his achievement and hoping he gets all the more in his future
SFA India had recently organized a Badmintion championship for students and some seemed to be prepared for the Olympics as well. Read it out here …
Amita Gondi has made her school, Oakridge International School proud, having taken the second position at the Canada Squash Junior Open.
Yieeee!! It's Christmas time, birth of the Christ marks the beginning of the celebration week all over and so the excitement, fun and masti was on another level at St. Xavier's School, Jaipur.
Seems like the school is habitual of victories … four events four awards … the school topped it all! Here’s a quick go-through.
A bonding between parents and schools helps in better developed children. Here's something to prove it. This school nailed it beautifully!
Celebrating Annual Sports Day on 21st Nov, 2015, the school displayed a wide array of genius, appreciating them, awarding them, helping a go a notch ahead.
The students of the prestigious St. Xavier's School, Jaipur, danced representing the culture of different states of our country.
Ryan International Ajmer celebrates its participants and not just winners. The school got together to put a smashing Sports Day celebration, many won, many did not … yet what gleamed above all was sportsmanship all around!
Tae-Kwon-Do competition in St. Edmunds wasn't just about competition, it was more about developing sportsmanship. The competition was organized in the loving memory of the school’s founder.
Sports days are days of energy and enthusiasm, awaited the whole year by the students. However, Annual Sports Day at St. Xavier's is awaited by alumni, parents and media as well. And when it is combined with Diamond Jubilee, it adds on to the ardor!
Mahaveer Public School, Jaipur celebrated its sports day to the fullest. Students of all the classes were involved and there were races, all with a different twist.
Sanskar School Jaipur was the host to 8th Kanni Thahryamal Trophy, which saw an active participation from several students. A great way to interact, the tournament started with great enthusiasm in participating schools, teachers and students!