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Stonehill International School highlights the value of Sports in its mission statement.  As the School continues to grow, so does the mission of the sports programme in enhancing opportunities for every student.

The Sports Department is committed to educate every student through Sports while supporting the mission and vision of Stonehill. Through Sports, Stonehill aims to help students grow and learn, while helping them become knowledgeable, caring, confident and responsible global citizens. This manifests itself both by participating in competitive sport teams and taking advantage of internships in Sports Sciences like sports medicine, sports biomechanics, sports management and marketing, and sports coaching, with our partner, Centre for Sports Excellence (CSE).

Sports and sportsmanship – we aim to encourage both in our students


Sports at Stonehill

Sports teams at Stonehill primarily participate in a local sports conference called Bangalore Athletics and Activities Schools Conference (BAASC). Our middle and high school teams also compete in tournaments in India and our high school teams compete internationally.

The BAASC seasons are organised as set out below. During season one our middle school basketball basketball teams also compete in the International Schools Athletics Conference of India (ISACI) with other international schools from Delhi, Hyderabad and Pune. During season two our high school football teams play at a tournament in Thailand with many other schools from across Asia. During season three our middle school football teams, and our middle and high school swim teams, again compete in ISACI tournaments with other international schools from across India.

Inter-school Sports 2022-23

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