History of St. Stanislaus College "1st May, 1866, Fr.
Langton opened school with two boys, Marshall and Pairadeau." That sentence
from the dairy of Bishop Etheridge marks the beginning of 132 years of
existence of what is now St. Stanislaus College.
The College moto, 'AETERNA NON CADUCA' (things that last,
not things that perish) .
Stanislaus College Association Barbados, was founded in 1995.
It provides alumni, former members of staff and friends of Saints,
with an opportunity to assist the College, as well as occasions for
them to meet at Social Evenings, Family Fun Days, the Feast Day of
St. Stanislaus, and other activities that arise from time to time.
IICA donates $1M towards St. Stanislaus Farm recovery
left, Vice-President of St. Stanislaus College Association, Mr. Maurice
Watson, Assistant Manager, St. Stanislaus College Farm, Mr. Rohan (only
name given), IICA Representative, Mr. Cromwell Crawford, Manager of the
Farm, Mr. Mahadeo Mansaran, Chairman of the Farm Committee, Mr. Chris
Fernandes, Committee Member of the Association, Mrs. Camille DeGroot and
Association Treasurer, Mr. Suresh Singh looking at one of the machines
in the milking parlour at the farm Tuesday.
(IICA) has made a $1M donation to St. Stanislaus College Farm Committee,
towards the recovery programme following the recent flood that also affected
the establishment. < Read