Sehajvir Singh Arora (Grade 3) got 'Best Athlete' (U8 age group) award in "10th State Level School Olympics" organized by Youngsters Sports Club in Kanteerva Stadium, Bangalore.
CONGRATULATIONS SEHAJVIR !!
Greenwood High International School students emerged victorious in Eagle Cup basketball and badminton competitions, hosted by Indus International School recently. Around 10 schools from Bangalore participated in this tournament in 5 disciplines which included Football, Basketball, Lawn Tennis, Badminton and Cricket.
Greenwood High students won the ‘10th & below basketball girls Championship’ by defeating Bishop Cotton Girls by 30-17 in the finals. Janav Keerti of Grade 10 was awarded the ‘Top Scorer’ of the Championship in basketball.
Roshni Venkat of grade 9 played single in the finals against Indus International School with scores of 21- 5 and 21 -7. For the doubles, she teamed up with Malaaika defeating Indus once again by scores of 21- 7 and 21- 9 and winning the Badminton championship. Roshni was also bestowed the honour of the ‘Best Player’ in the tournament.
Greenwood High folks celebrated Halloween by decking up in ghostly attires and posing as witches, vampires and other evil characters from their favourite fictions. The haunting music, the dim lights, pumpkin lamps, scary cut-outs, hanging demons adorning the campus, worked well to create an atmosphere of eerie all around. The students had a grand party, shaking their legs enthusiastically to the tune of Halloween fever. The teachers presented a skit to make students aware of the origin and history of the Halloween and its significance across the world.
“Much like Diwali – the festival of Lights, the tradition of Halloween which is observed in the European countries also marks the victory of good over demonic spirits. Here in Greenwood High, the Halloween fashion parade provided a canvas for our students to explore their creative acumen” said Ms. Niru Agarwal, Trustee, Greenwood High International School.
Greenwood High has been ranked India's #1 day-cum-boarding school in the latest Educational World India School Rankings 2017-18.
Greenwood High is ranked India’s No.2; & Karnataka's No. 2 International Day-cum-Boarding School in the Education World India School Rankings 2017-18.
Arnav Sathish of Grade 4 participated in World Robot Olympiad, the regional competition and his team 'Robotopia Ecobots' won the gold medal, standing first in the regionals.
He has qualified to attend the National level competition to be held on 7th and 8th October in New Delhi.
CONGRATULATIONS ARNAV !!
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