Oct 13, 2019

Saints Women's Hockey Champions


Players of the women’s champion team Saints are all smiles following their league triumph. 

GCC The Sequal and Saints clinched this year’s Guyana Hockey Board (GHB), Bounty Paper Towel-Quicker Picker Upper second-division hockey league titles on Saturday at the Saint Stanislaus College Ground.
The Sequal secured a 5-0 win over SHC Savages on the back of braces from Alan Fernandes and Devin Hooper to remain at the top of the points table thereby clinching the title while Saints played to a nil-all draw against GBTI GCC Spice which also saw them finishing as points leaders in the women’s division

Players of the women’s champion team Saints are all smiles following their league triumph.  

Oct 8, 2019

Saints Sports Report Sept 2019

Saints Annual Fall Dance 2019

Saints' New Year's Eve Dance 2019

Notes of Gratitude

Rosemarie Shiwbaran

My name is Rosemarie Shiwbaran and I have been associated with Saints since I started attending the college in September, 2008. I've learned so much during my time spent there from my teachers that I know worked hard to help myself and my colleagues. I greatly look forward to the opportunity of being able to teach at the Saints coming September 2020 and to continue to be involved with the college. 

I want to extend a great thank you to the Alumni and all persons responsible for providing this scholarship opportunity for me to attend the University of Guyana. I'm sure the knowledge gained will help me to better equip my students for their future. It is greatly appreciated.

Jemuel Parasram -

"I would like to extend a warm thank you to the Saints Alumni for this wonderful opportunity to further my interests within Business Management. I must say as time counts down towards the end of my journey, I must express how grateful I am for the support that was given to me during my time here. I believe my adventure here at the university has exposed me to a wide array of knowledge that I wish to use to develop others who wish to pursue a career in business development. 

I am excited to ignite my career in Business & Professional Development as I embark on the three year teaching services at St. Stanislaus College of which I have plans of adding a modern touch towards teaching and methods of learning."

Shemaka Felix

I entered the Saints family in 2008 and I, thankfully, am still a part of this large group of wonderful and influential people. When I started to teach English Language and Literature in 2016, it was never in my wildest thoughts to be awarded a privileged scholarship by the Local and Toronto Alumni to attend the University of Guyana.

My experience at the University so far has been life changing as I have been exposed to many educational conferences, and have lead discussions and lectures of my own where I have had professors and doctors listen to my thesis and comment on my job well done. Therefore, I must extend heartfelt gratitude to the Local and Toronto Saints Alumni for giving me this opportunity to attain my Bachelor’s Degree. I look forward to fulfilling my end of the bargain by committing myself to educating the students of St. Stanislaus College for the next coming years, starting in September, 2020. I must also thank Ms. Baksh for recommending me to the Alumni for this excellent programme, to Thomas Singh for being our mentor, to Mr. Chris for always being alert to all of our issues, and to Suresh for his occasional check-ins.  

Arrianna Mahase

I am truly grateful to the St Stanislaus College Alumni for affording me the opportunity to further my tertiary education.  The giving helpful and generous nature of St Stanislaus College Alumni has been an inspired me to also give back to my community by volunteering where ever I can. I hope someday I too will be able to afford other students the opportunity you have given me

Saints CXC Results

Sep 28, 2019

Saints Press Release

Press Release
100% Saints’ Students Win Seven or More CSEC Subjects, College Keeps Top Spot in Eighteen
Subjects at CSEC in 2019
GEORGETOWN, DATE OF RELEASE. Saint Stanislaus’ College continues its quiet march at the top of
student performance in 2019, with all eighty-three students on the Saints Team who wrote the 2019
CSEC Exams, obtaining Grades 1-3 passes in seven or more subjects. Remarkably, every student
obtained a high performance pass in Math and English. Of the 27 subjects offered, the school
obtained 100% Grades 1-3 passes in Maths, English and sixteen other subjects. The School obtained
a Grade 1-2 pass rate of 94% Maths and 99% in English, with the remainder of students all obtaining
Grade 3’s.
In expressing his congratulations, College Board Chair Mr Chris Fernandes said, “In keeping with our
College Motto, Aeterna Non Caduca – Not for this Life Only but for Eternity, no child has been left
behind. At Saints, we work together as a team to make Saints a top-class contributor to a good and
sustainable future for Guyana.”
The College focusses on supporting Guyana’s youth to become well-rounded citizens with a strong
sense of values and leadership for their community. In 2014, the College introduced its Back to
Basics programme that concentrates on student quality and based on the belief that every student
has a right to the opportunity to succeed. The programme rests on the principle of giving each
student a strong foundation in the core elements of a rounded education and is geared towards
providing students with the knowledge, skills and competencies to pursue further education in a
range of disciplines and with the ability to make positive contributions to the sustainable
development to Guyana.
“We have done it again,” said Saints Principal Fazia Baksh. “with the dedicated and hard-working
staff, and the commitment of parents, the Board, the Alumni Associations, and especially the
children, we have incomparable results. I’m particularly pleased that we obtained a 100% pass rate
in Maths, where the national and regional average was below 50%. We want to recognize the
highflyers, and we want to recognize the performance of the entire cohort of students. It speaks to
our commitment to the Team.”
Saints also had a stellar year at the CAPE Examination, with Grades 1-3 pass rate average of 98%, in
nine subjects, including 100% passes in Biology, Caribbean Studies, Environmental Science,
Geography, Management of Business, and Physics. 95% or more students obtained passes in
Chemistry, Communication Studies and Pure Mathematics.
The College would like to highlight the critical involvement of parents or guardians and the
invaluable benefits that are achieved when partnerships are formed between parents and staff.
The Board of the College, the Parent Teachers Association, the Alumni Associations and the
Administration wish to congratulate the students, parents and teachers for their outstanding
achievement and looks forward to their commitment to even more success.
And Saints goes marching on.