Bhavana Sreepad of Grade 12 (IB) won the Miss Bangalore 2016 pageant which was held last week.
"I should give credit to school that groomed her in various ways that benefited her. More than looks she won because of her speech, confidence and presence (I can relate this to MUN) and that shows school curriculum." said the proud father Mr Sreepad Vatsala.
CONGRATULATIONS BHAVANA !!
GREENWOOD HIGH STUDENTS GOT INTERNATINAL RATING:
The following Greenwood Students become International Rated Players . They got the following FIDE(World Chess Federation) Rating recently published by FIDE.
1. Varun Agrawal (Grade 9)- got a Rating of 1348.
2. Prachi Dayal (Grade 5 IGCSE) got a Rating of 1179
3. Aman Deepak Thadani (Grade 6) got a rating of 1152
4. Pragy Narayan (Grade 3) got a rating of 1017
5. Vishesh Agarwal (Grade 9 IGCSE) got a rating of 1154
6. Yash Abhijit Patil (Grade 2) got a rating of 1048.
Yash Abhijit Patil becomes the Youngest among the Rated players of Greenwood High.
The above players joined the list of FIDE rated Players of Greenwood High along with other Rated Players of Greenwood High.
Congratulations to all !!
Varun Agrawal won 2nd Place in U-14 Category of the Don Bosco Fide Rated Chess Tournament held at Kerala.
VARUN AGRAWAL (Grade 9) ALSO WINS SECOND PLACE IN 8TH A.R.A. MEMORIAL INTER SCHOOL CHESS TOURNAMENT
In the recently held 8th A.R.A. Memorial Inter School Chess Tournament organised by Little Flower Public School at their School Campus on 4th and 5th November 2016, Varun won the second prize in High School category (grade 8 and above) among 76 contestants. Varun had maximum wins among 4 GWH participants in the category.
Prachi Dayal won First prize in girls under 10 category at the 9th Monthly Chess Tournament conducted by Bangalore North Chess Forum (BNCF). She came 3rd overall in her category.
CONGRATULATIONS VARUN AND PRACHI !!
RoboCupJunior (RCJ) is one of the best Robotics International competitions. It is a division of Robocup organization. It focuses on education and aims to introduce the larger goals of the RoboCup project (creating robots) at primary and secondary level.
RCJ organizes 3 types of competitions namely: Rescue, on stage (Formerly Dance) and Soccer. The first international RoboCupJunior competition was held in Melbourne, Australia in 2000. Since then, it has been held in different countries every year. In 2014, it was held in Brazil, 2015 in China and in 2016 it was held in Germany. Indian RoboCupJunior Foundation has sent teams to Brazil, China and to Germany.
The Indian competitions will be held at Regional, Zonal and at National level. The regional competitions will be held in various cities and later the Zonal competitions will be held at 4 zones, namely, South, North, East and West.
The South Zone competitions was held on 12th November 2016 at Army Public School, Kamaraj Road, (Near M.G. Road) Bangalore.
THEME: RESCUE Competition
The competition mission is to locate natural disaster victims from a building, where the rescue personnel in place need robotic assistance in dangerous areas.
The Robot has to be fully autonomous and carry out the mission with no help. This means that it must handle rough terrain (speed bumps) without getting stuck and claim ramps. When the robot finally finds the victim then it has to carefully transport it to a safe area where humans can take over.
In South zone Regional level 12 different schools took part in robot rescue competition
From Greenwood High International School following students took part in this competition:
1. Aadit Kolav - 7D
2. Pranav Karthik - 7D
3. Aryan Jain - 7D
1. Palki Gupta - 8B
2. Hruday Tirumalai - 8C
1. Adarsh Srinivasan - 9E
2. Ratan Shankar - 9E
3. Arjit VN Dogiparthi - 9E
4. Aditya P Uchil - 9A
1. Ashish Priyadarshi - 9D
2. Harshi Mamidi - 9C
3. Arpit Bhata - 9B
Out of 30 teams, GREENWOOD HIGH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
GRADE-9 (TEAM-4): Ashish Priyadarshi-9D, Harshil Mamidi-9C, Arpit Bhata -9B WON 2ND PLACE AND QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS AND
ANOTHER GRADE-9 (TEAM -3 ) Adarsh Srinivasan -9E, Ratan Shankar -9E, Arjit VN Dogiparthi-9E, Aditya P Uchil -9A WON BEST PROGRAMMING SKILLS AWARD.
The teams selected from each zone will compete at National competition which will be held in the month of January 2017.
Smriti Sreeram of Grade 5 was the runner up in the open tennis tournament conducted on 12th and 13th November 2016 by Champions Tennis academy in under 12 girls category.
She received a trophy, a medal and a cash award of Rs.1000.
CONGRATULATIONS SMRITI !!
It gives me immense pleasure to announce that our students “Vibha Rohilla’’ was declared “World Topper” in Additional Mathematics and “Shourya Mukerjee” was declared the “Country Topper” in “Computer Science” in the Grade 10 IGCSE Examination 2016. It is very proud moment for all of us at Greenwood High.
I wish to thank all teachers who have contributed to this success. I would also like to extend my sincere thanks to the Management for their constant support and to you parents who have always been supportive.
CONGRATULATIONS VIBHA AND SHOURYA !!
Mr Aloysius D'Mello
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