A Brief Life History

Aloysius Gonzaga was the eldest son of Marquis Ferdinand of
Gonzaga,Duke of
Montana,Prince of the Holy Roman Empire,He was born in the year... More+

Founder's Day Celebrations

“Reach higher for the stars lie higher in your soul, Dream deep for every dream precedes the God”.

                    Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision. But today well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. It was to renew the vision of our founder Fr. Amedee Delalax MSFS that St. Aloysius Sr.sc.School. Jabalpur celebrated the Founder’s Day on 10 th July 2018. Our principal Rev. Fr. Sibi Joseph and honourable chief guest Rev. Fr. S G. Wilson, academic coordinator, head boy and head girl lit the lamp to usher in auspiciousness, abundance and prosperity. The prayer song by the school choir filled the air with divinity band soulfulness. The musical extravaganza was aligned with the vision of our founder was to dare to dream and work towards fulfilling them. It was followed by the power point presentation on the founder and the priests who dedicated their lives and served the institution with great sincerity and full devotion.

                       To make the day memorable a beautiful dance was presented by the Aloysians. The highlight of the programme was the inauguration of the Theme” Enlighten and Empower” for the year 2018-2019 though a small theme song. The students were motivated by the speech given by Rev. Fr. S G wilson. Our Principal Rev. Fr. Sibi Joseph addressed the gathering in which he spoke on the life of Fr. Delalax and praised him for been a cheerful giver. He also spoke on the theme of the year. He told the students to enlighten and empower their knowledge to build the house of their future through the weapon of education. He appreciated the hardwork of the staff and students involved in the programme. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by the scool captain who thanked the principal Rev. F r. Sibi Joseph, the vice- principal ma’am Joyce Pereira, and all the staff and students for their support in making the programme a success.