Achievements

Astitva Interschool Competition

The SMILE Club NITK, Suratkal, Mangaluru had organised Astitva Interschool Competition on 25th January, 2020. Following students bagged prizes in various categories.
NITK Winners
Name Class Category Place
Tulip Kate Fernandes III Story Telling 3rd place
Aanya Mishra
Poorvi Purushotham
VII Junior elocution 1st place
3rd place
Raychel Rose
Ananya H Shetty
VIII Senior elocution 1st place
3rd place
Advait Krishna Raj
Dev Jayaprakash Natal
VII Junior Quiz 2nd place
Ashwin A nair and Thanmay Tejas VIII Senior Quiz 3rd place

KALA-SANGAM 2019-2020

‘Kala-Sangam 2019’, a cultural event with a series of competitions, organised by Mangalore Musical and Cultural Association (MMCA) concluded with an award ceremony at Gitanjali, Lower Bendore, Mangaluru.


The Overall Championship Trophy under senior section was bagged by our school. Our students got various prizes in different categories under junior and senior section.

State level swimming competition

Dakshina Kannada Swimming Association conducted State level swimming competition on 21st and 22nd December 2019 at City Corporation Swimming Pool, Mangaluru. The following students bagged prizes in various categories. Dakshina Kannada Swimming Association conducted State level swimming competition on 21st and 22nd December 2019 at City Corporation Swimming Pool, Mangaluru. The following students bagged prizes in various categories.
Name Class Place Category
Miarka Kamath VI 1 4×50 mts medley relay
Pareekshith IV 1 100 mts freestyle
Nia Dhruvin Jasani III 2 100 mts freestyle
Dwisha N. Shetty III 2 50 mts freestyle

Inter-district Science competition

An inter-district science competition was conducted by Sharadha PU College, Kodialbail, Mangaluru, on 26th October 2019. The following students bagged prizes in various categories. Science Model making – Ist Place
  1. Akshay M.D Class X
  2. Yash Aryan Class X
  3. Prateek Class IX
Quiz – IInd Place
  1. Shishir Hebbar Class X
  2. Snehal Castelino Class X
Essay writing
  1. Poorvi Ist place Class X
  2. Nidhi Shenoy IIIrd place Class X

Achievers in Karate competition

The following students bagged the following prizes in Karate competition held by Western Institute of Martial Arts at Milagres CBSE School, Mangaluru.
Shivani Acharya Class X 2nd place in Kata and Kumite
Thanush Class VI 3rd place in Kata and Kumite
Riona Class VII 1st place in Kumite
2nd place in Kata
Pranav Class VI 1st place in Kumite
3rd place in Kata

Achievers in Chess competition

The following students bagged the following prizes in Chess competition (under 8 category) held in Derik’s Chess School, Mangaluru.
Seona Class II 1st place
Lincia J. D’Souza Class II 3rd place
Tanvi P.Kulal Class II 3rd place

Cryptics 2019 Inter-State Computer Quiz Competition

Our students Sai Pranav and Vishnu Nandan of class VIII secured the Ist place in Cryptics 2019 grand finale Inter-state Computer Quiz competition hosted by Vydehi School of Excellence, Bengaluru on November 22nd, 2019. More than 300 schools from Mangaluru, Mysuru, Dharwad, Vijayawada, Hyderabad and Bengaluru participated in the event out of which 8 teams were qualified for the final round. Our students emerged as the ultimate winners.

AICS INTERSCHOOL ATHLETICS MEET

In AICS interschool Athletics Meet which was held in Moodbidri, our students, Prem Raj of Class 8 bagged 2nd Place in 800 mts and Maria Joshy of Class 10 bagged the 3rd Place in 100 mts.

SAP MUN

St Theresa’s win the Over-all Championship at SAP MUN (St Aloysius Pre- University Model United Nations) With weeks of preparation and excitement embedded in us, 29 pupils of St Theresa’s School set out for Model United Nations held at St Aloysius Pre-University on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of November, 2019. It was an enriching experience for all, as most of us were first timers to participate in MUN. There were five committees for High School level namely the General Assembly (GA), the Lok Sabha, United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and the International Press. Students from various Schools and Colleges as delegates were in attendance to participate in this jubilant event. All three days of MUN was significant to every one of us and the experience was worthwhile. We were to represent ourselves in our respective committees as the appointed delegates which were truly a stand of honour for each and every one. There were five sessions for each committee filled with mature discussions, heated debates, and expressive opinions and so on. MUN was thrilling and enchanting at the same time for it was a real world simulation of the greatest peacemaking associations all around the world. The committees felt surreal with the presence of a Chairperson and rules of formality of addressing fellow delegates. An MUN is beneficial to every growing mind in enhancing his/her speaking skills and confidence and a salient feature of the MUN was socializing. This was a platform to make new friends and voice out opinions that won’t go unheard; a world of sheer joy and enjoyment. The ambience was lovely and every moment here was memorable. Three days was spent and cherished by all in learning new things and strengthening the roots of public speaking. Our MUN experience from the opening ceremony to the closing ceremony was wonderful. The results had come out with flying colours for the Theresians had won the best delegation among all other schools and students had secured three places at the event namely Himanshu Shetty and Matthew Saldhana with High Commendation , Sai Pranav Kishan with Special Mention and Poorvi S with Honourable Mention. Holding the Best Delegation cup upstage was a real moment of pure jubilance to every Theresians. The journey was the true prize which will stand in our hearts forever. The sweet results wouldn’t be possible without our Principal and Vice-Principal and teachers for being our guiding light throughout a successful MUN. We are indebted to all for their uplifting prayers and support for us through and through this exciting quest.

RSP (Road Safety Patrol)

Our RSP (Road Safety Patrol) girls have brought laurels to the school by winning 2nd place in the March Past Competition held in Nehru Maidan on the occasion of 64th Kannada Rajyotsava celebration.

Peace poster making competition

Anwesha Sinha of Class VII secured Ist Place and Reuban Furtado of Class VIII secured 2nd Place in Peace Poster making competition conducted by Lions Club, Mangaluru on 24th October, 2019.

National Skating Championship

Our students Rushabh Manjeshwar of Class VIII secured 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal each in 3 races. Mayan Rhys Sequeira of Class VIII secured 1 silver and 1 bronze medal each in 2 races at the ICSE National Skating Championship held at Khopoli, Maharashtra on 20th October 2019.

Mangalore Open Karate Championship

The following students bagged different prizes in Karate organised by Institute of Karate and Martial Arts – Karnataka which was held on 19th and 20th October 2019 at Vamanjoor Church Sabha Bhavan, Mangaluru.

  • Savar Pramith of Class II D – First place in Kata
  • Janvi Binu of Class III D – Second place in Kata

Quiz competition organized by Joy Allukas

Our students Yash and Sanjana D S of Class X have bagged third position in the Quiz Competition organized by Joy Allukas, Mangaluru.

Cryptics 2019

Sai Pranav and Vishnu Nandan of Class VIII won the first place in Computer Quiz, Cryptics 2019 and Pradyun Kumar of Class VII and Lardson Maclean Lasrado of Class VIII also participated. The competition was organized by Vaidehi International School, Bangalore which was held on 18th October, 2019 in Kodialbail, Dongarekere, Mangaluru.

INTER SCHOOL SCIENCE TALENT CONTEST 2019

St. Theresa’s School, Bendur, Mangaluru bagged the best school award in the Inter School Science Talent Contest 2019 organized by Lions Club Mangaluru.

Essay Writing Competition

An Essay Writing Competition was held by LIC of India, as a part of their 63rd Insurance Week Celebration. Nidhi Shenoy of Class X won the third prize.

Rotex Debate Competition

Rotex debate was conducted on 28th of July, 2019 at Mahesh P U college by Centre for Integrated Learning (CIL). A total of three teams comprising two students each represented St Theresa’s School

The following students emerged with victory to our school

 

Matthew A J SaldhanhaClass 10 C 
Himanshu ShettyClass 10 C 
Simran Christy SerraoClass 10 C 
MeihaClass 10 C 

Interschool Swimming Competition

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, Presidency School hosted the Interschool Swimming Competition on 6th September ,2019. A total of 246 participants from 44 Schools from Mangalore, Udupi, Manipal, Puttur, Vittal, Karkala and Surathkal participated in the competition. Our school won the overall championship.

CHESS WIZ Junior Chess Championship 2019 

CHESS WIZ Junior Chess Championship 2019 was organised by  Forum Fiza Mall  Pandeshwar in association with Derik’s Chess School, Mangalore on 7th and 8th September.
Around 500 children from across the district participated in the competition.
The following students of our school won the prizes.

Zara Nameer second runner up   under 10  
Sara Nameer  5th Place  under 10  
Ayaan S Alva  5th Place  under 8 

CANARA KNOWLEDGE CHAMP QUIZ COMPETITION

As a part of 114th Foundation day of the Bank , Canara Bank, Circle Office, Mangaluru had organised the “CANARA KNOWLEDGE CHAMP” 2019 – Quiz competition on 15.09.2019 at T. V. Ramana Pai Convention Centre, Kodialbail, Mangaluru.Our students Aditya A Nayak and Ricky Roger of class IX secured 5th place.

Western Inter School Karate Championship -2019

Western Institute of Martial Arts conducted “Western Inter School Karate Championship -2019” on 14th September 2019, at Bhagavathi English Medium School, Ucchila, Thokkottu, Mangaluru. Our student Anvitha Kudupu of class VII secured first place in Blue Belt category under age 11-12.

Inter-school Sports Achievements

Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules. It teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose. It teaches you about life”. Billy Jean King

St. Theresa’s School is known for its excellent achievements in sports as well.

Our budding players – Junior boys and girls of classes 6 and 7 participated in Table Tennis Tournament held at MRPL and have bagged the first place by bringing laurels to the school. The Management, Principal Sr. Philomene Saldanha, Vice-Principal Sr. Lourdes and the Staff congratulated the winners on their tremendous performance. We thank and appreciate our Physical Instructors Mr. Joseph Rodrigues and Mrs. Anita D’Souza for their training and support in encouraging the students to perform their best.
The following students of St.Theresa’s School bagged the prizes.“

Student Name Class
Khatija Ayfuna VII
Nimah VII
Tanu VII
Prasanna VIII
Puneet VIII

Torpedoes sports Quiz 2019

Torpedoes Sports Club, Conducted Sports quiz on the occasion of national sports day at Haleangadi on 29th August 2019. Mr Ranjan Nagarkatte was the quiz master of the day. Total of 37 school teams participated in the sports quiz. St Theresa’s School Mangalore bagged the following prizes.
Team contestants Class Position Claimed
1.Nikhil Thomas2.Loardson VIII First Place
1.R. Ricky Rogers2. Matthew Saldanha IX Second Place

AICS LITERARY COMPETETIONS 2019

Forum Spell Bee Champ was held on 27th & 28th July had over 340 kids participating across junior & senior categories. 24 participants were selected for the finale from each category.
St. Theresa’s bagged the following prizes:

Student Name Place Category
Simran Serrao First place Hindi Essay writing
Arjun Second place English Elocution
Rachel Rose Second place Kannada Elocution
Delrina Lenisha Second place Kannada Elocution
Poorvi S Third place Poetry Writing

Forum Spell Bee Champ-2019

Forum Spell Bee Champ was held on 27th & 28th July had over 340 kids participating across junior & senior categories. 24 participants were selected for the finale from each category.
Our students Roy Vince Saldanha of class VII won the first place in senior category and Noll Aaron Amanna of class VI bagged runner-up trophy.

AICS cultural competition

The AICS CULTURAL Competitions were held on the 27th of July, 2019 in Mount Carmel Central School (MCCS), Maryhill. The inaugural ceremony was inspirational and motivating after which participants proceeded to display their talents.
Following students of St.Theresa’s School won the First Place in Qawwali and Second Place in Comedy Act under junior category.

QAWWALI
1.Aanya Mishra VII
2.Aadya Carol VII
3.Jnandeep Rai VIII
4.Samson salins VIII
5.Sathvika sudhesh VIII
COMEDY ACT
1.S.Aishvi VaishnaviiVII
2.Jennica Sania D’souzaVII
3.Arjun BhatVIII
4.Reuben Vivek FurtadoVIII
5.Sarvajith ShettyVIII

SKIRMISH OF SQUARES –AICS CHESS TOURNAMENT 2019

St Theresa’s School hosted the AICS (Association of ICSE and CBSE schools) Chess Tournament “Skirmish of Squares 2019” on 25th July 2019. The Senior Runners’ up trophy was bagged by following students of St Theresa’s School, Bendur.
Students Name Class
Y.Nidhi Shenoy X
Shihir Hebbar X
Vikramaditya VIII
Dev Aryan VII

STATE LEVEL ROLLER SKATING

I.C.S.E State level roller skating competition was held at banglore.Our students Rushab Manjeshwar and Mayan Sequeira won the gold medal. They got overall runner-up trophy.

VIJAYA KARNATAKA DISTRICT LEVEL PAINTING COMPETITION 2019

On account of “World Environment Day-2019”, Vijaya Karnataka Newspaper had conducted District Level Painting Competition. Out of 15,000 participants, Reuben Vivek Furtado of class VIII under the guidance of Mr. Sudeer Balelpuni, the art teacher bagged the second place. Sr. Philomene Saldanha, the Principal, Sr. Lourdes, the Vice-Principal and the staff congratulated him for his remarkable achievement.

CIL FEST 2019

Centre for Integrated Learning, a city-based NGO launched its decennial celebrations CIL@10 with the organising of CIL Fest 2019, an inter-school literary and cultural event in association with Lions Club Mangalore at Lions Seva Mandir, Mallikatte in the city on February 2, 2019. Over 250 students from about 15 schools participated in the event. Winners in various categories are as follows:
EVENTS PARTICIPANT NAME CLASS SECURED
QUIZ 1.R.RICKY ROGER
2.MARC DANIEL AMBROSE MASCARENHAS
VIII
IX
FIRST PLACE
JUST A MINUTE(JAM) Y. NIDHI SHENOY IX SECOND PLACE
WHAT'S THE GOOD WORD 1.MATHEW ARNOLD JOSEPH SALDANHA
2. SIMRAN CHRISTY SERRAO
IX FIRST PLACE
EXTEMPORE 1.SNEHAL MAHIMA CASTELINO IX SECOND PLACE
SPELL IT 1.ROY VINCE SALDANHA
2.VERNON NIALL D'COSTA
VI
IX
FIRST PLACE
THEME DANCE 1.REUBEN VIVEK FURTADO
2.PRANAV
3.RIYAN THAM
4.AKANKASH K AMIN
5.ALESSANDRA KRISTEN
6.LIAN GEORGE
7.S.AISHVI VAISHNAVI
8.JENNICA SANIA D'SOUZA
VII
VII
VII
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
FIRST PLACE

ROAD SAFETY PATROL

St. Theresa’s Road Safety Patrol participated in 70th Republic Day parade held in Nehru Maidan, Mangalore. St. Theresa’s RSP girls platoon bagged the second place for their best parade march. DK District in-charge Minister U. T. Khader unfurled the national flag on this occasion.

GITANJALI

‘Kala-Sangam 2018′, a cultural event with a series of competitions was organised by Mangalore Musical and Cultural Association (MMCA) at Gitanjali, Lower Bendore. The finals of several fine art competitions were organized over the past few days. The prizes for the winners were awarded at the ceremony on Saturday, November 17, 2018. St. Theresa’s students bagged many prizes in various categories.

AICS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Mount Carmel School organized the AICS basketball tournament (under 17 years) on 17th November 2018. St. Theresa’s girls team won the runner-up trophy