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Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning and focused effort.And this holds completely true in case of our grade 10 students as they have shown exemplary results in the SSC Board Exams with their dedicated hard work and tremendous efforts .This is the 18th consecutive year with 100% results. The most remarkable aspect of this year’s results was that 238 students out of the 265 who appeared scored distinction and out of those, 98 students scored above 90%.Ms. Arya Thorat

HSC Result 23-24!!‘Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did’. -Newt Gingrich.At St Lawrence High School & Jr. College, we give credence to hard work and perseverance of our students which has spawned in an outstanding pass-rate in the HSC Examinations 2024 in both Science and Commerce streams.Mst. Harsh Khanpara, a state level cricketer topped the Commerce stream by securing 96%.Miss Trishita Kalaria came in second with 88.83% and Miss Anushka Dargude and Mst. Ayan Khan came third with

A workshop was organized for the students of grade 10 of St Lawrence High School & Junior College.The topics covered were Mind mapping, understanding long term and short- term memory, traffic signals as a tool for planning studies, removing phobia of phobia and completing the paper in time.Through an interactive session, the students were guided on these critical topics. The session conducted at the beginning of the milestone academic year was organized with the aim for providing students help and support to perform even better, academically.The buzzing QnA session helped

The spirited junior college students of St. Lawrence High School & Junior College embarked on a unique initiative – a road rally to disseminate the paramount importance of voting. This unconventional approach aimed to reach a wider audience, particularly young adults on the cusp of political enfranchisement.The road rally served as a potent reminder that exercising one's right to vote is not merely a civic duty, but a cornerstone of a healthy democracy. It instilled in the community, particularly the younger generation, a sense of ownership over their political future.

CV Raman Another feather in the Lawrentians' cap!!!!The Young Lawrentians of Grade 6 with their courageous devotion have once again proven their mettle by clearing the 3rd level in Dr. Homi Bhabha Balvaidnyanik Competition.Miss Durva Kulkarni won silver medal and Master Aradhya Gavande won bronze medal in the esteemed competition which was a result of the blood and sweat put in by the science faculty of St. Lawrence High School and Junior College and of course by the budding scientists themselves.At St. Lawrence we believe in providing our students with a

St. Lawrence High School and Jr. College organized an ‘Instrumental Music Competition’ for the students of the Secondary section. The competition was judged by Ms. Janhvi Kejiriwal Ma’am, a music lover herself.The competition was organized to expose the students to the world of music, while also enhancing their confidence and presentation skills.Students of class 5 to 9 participated in this competition. Each student selected his or her own piece of music to play for the competition keeping in mind Rhythm, Originality, Beat and Coordination. The students played instruments like Keyboard,

“ Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time” - Thomas A Edison.We at St. Lawerence High School &Junior college believe that ………..Life is certainly a beautiful mess and the young students and youth go through a lot of rough patches that ultimately transform them into mature individuals. Patience and perseverance are the key to tackling arduous situations but we often long for that push that can send us in the right direction.Movies have been and still,

Abiding with the legacy of the school, this year too, St. Lawrence High School & Jr. College appreciated the students and teachers for their efforts to outdo other classes in various areas.Staying true with the school motto – ‘I, Too, Can Make A Difference’, the school adopted SDG goals as the theme of the year, to make students aware of the importance of overall development of human race and protection of Mother Earth. To reiterate the same all the assemblies and corridor charts were based on the 17 goals of

The principal objective of wastewater treatment is generally to allow human and industrial effluents to be disposed of without danger to human health or unacceptable damage to the natural environment. Conventional wastewater treatment consists of a combination of physical, chemical, and biological processes and operations to remove solids, organic matter and, sometimes, nutrients from wastewater. General terms used to describe different degrees of treatment, in order of increasing treatment level, are preliminary, primary, secondary, and tertiary and/or advanced wastewater treatment. So here we have, St Lawrence High School and Junior college students

Marathi Bhasha Din was celebrated with great fervor at St. Lawrence High School and Junior College where the students of class 7 and 8 displayed a beautiful portrayal of the Maharashtrian culture through different dance forms.The when, how and why of the Marathi Bhasha Din was reiterated through a speech by a student of class 6. More Josh was added to the event by the school choir who sang a melodious song.The day culminated with the students taking a pledge to keep the Marathi language alive and never forget their