On 10th August 2017, the senior football team led by Kunal Yadav went to play the finals of Om Prakash Memorial Tournament organized by Carman Residential and Day school Prem Nagar. The school lost to K.V.Birpur by 2 goals to nil. The runners up (CBS) were given a cash prize of Rs.5,000/-.
11th August 2017, on the 14th Death Anniversary of our Late Principal Mr. Abhai Singh, a plantation drive was taken up in the school and 150 saplings were planted in the school campus. It has become a yearly feature and children do it every year to help the environment.
12th August 2017 a group of boys went to take part in the Geeta Path organized by Kasiga School and stood third in the competition.
A workshop was organized for the senior school on “British Rule and Freedom Struggle”. The resource person was Ms. Nupur Agarwal who runs an NGO Evolve and is helping the local farmers to be self-reliant and not look for subsidies. She is also running drum circle for people to express their feelings through Music. She is a Graduate from Lancaster University and is a social entrepreneur.
13th August senior football team lost to Welham Boys School at RIMC soccer tournament (1-3).
Our condolences to Dilip Desai on the passing away of his mother, a gentle and kind lady.
May God rest her soul in peace.
On the cold and rainy morning of 5th August 2017 (Saturday), 30 boys boarded the bus for Mussoorie to participate in the biggest Festival of the district “MILESTONE” organized by St. Georges College, Mussoorie. The participants did not have the slightest idea of how the day would pass. During the course of the day, boys were awestruck, mesmerized and captivated by the enthralling performances.
Be it Music , Art, Dance, quiz or tan duo comedy, the cut throat competition posed by more than twenty schools (including two schools from Rajasthan) was overwhelming. While the event took place one by one, the excitement and ecstasy doubled. Then came the time for the declaration of results. We had butterflies in our stomach. We were proud of what we had achieved. When the boys heard the name of St. Joseph Academy as the first runner up, we knew History was to be created as they had been the reigning champions since past seven years. The Hall was silent and even the heart beats could be heard but what came next was the biggest astonishment to all. Col. Brown Cambridge School was the winner of the seventeenth Milestone festival 2017. We were numb, we were dumb founded. We cried, We cheered, because for the first time, the participants had won the milestone trophy.