TILAK HIGH SCHOOL was born of a vision. A vision to look beyond the ordinary; to foresee opportunities; to attain the unattainable; to create in-roads into newer vistas of change and above all, to bridge the demand-supply gap for the products and services that we offer. Time and again, TILAK HIGH SCHOOL has been strengthening its core areas of specialization. TILAK HIGH SCHOOL has been making a crucial positive impact. Across FIJI and the globe. Over time, Tilak High School has established an enviable reputation for quality service and cost effective technological capability, through far sightedness and professionalism.

 

 

Activities 2018

Prefects' Induction

“Leaders are the role models who inspire the followers and motivate them to reach the target of success”.

Tilak High School has been always inspired by the vision of its founder that every child that comes to this temple of learning must be a person filled with knowledge, fear of God, respect to the elders, respecting the rules and regulations of this education portal, love and reverence to parents and love for the nation.
Foreseeing the welfare of the student’s future to train them in leadership skills, the school’s students’ council was selected after rigorous and democratic process in which the students had to go through many processes to get selected for the much- coveted student’s council body.

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Ram Naumi Celebration

Ram Naumi is usually a week long programme which is celebrated annually to mark the birth of Lord Rama. This year Ram Naumi began on the 18th of March and ended on the 26th of March. However, the school organised a programme to mark this important celebration on the 23rd of March. This was done to enlighten students more on the hindu culture and traditions.
The celebration included speeches, bhajans and reading of verses from the Ramayana by the school’s Ramayan Mandali; some senior and junior students who kept the school amused with their presentation.
Through this celebration students were able to absorb a lot and were able to learn new things. School had been closed on the 26th of March to allow students to be actively part of the celebrations at home or in the temples.

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Interhouse

It was a day to be remembered as the students and staff members of Tilak High School, Lautoka gathered in numbers to have their first annual inter-house sports competition after a lapse of three years at the renovated Churchill Park. The event was exclusively put together by the school staff to showcase the school’s love and enthusiasm for track and field events such as 100m race, 200m race, long jump, high jump, javelin throw, and many others.

The event was categorised in their divisions, that is, junior, sub-junior, inter, and senior for boys and girls respectively. Athletes from the four school houses, which were named after endangered fauna of Fiji - Vokai (green), Kuluwai (red), Mam (blue), and Kacau (gold), were heated up for the competition in the new stadium. After a competitive day, to spice things up for the students, there was a 4x100m relay amongst the house teachers comprising of two males and two females in each team.

Kacau was the overall house winner with 29 Gold medals while Mam finished second with 26 gold medals. Goid (Kacau) also won the best athlete awards for the girls and the boys division. Kulawai came in third place with 24 medals while Vokai was placed 4th with 10 medals. There was a tie between the best male athlete, hence, the trophy would be kept with each for a term for their best performers for the day: Rusiate ( Mam), Sandeep (Kulawai) and Kelvin (Kacau).

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Easter Celebration

Easter marks a very important event for all Christians. It indicates the Death and Resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ. For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)

This year, the occasion was observed from 30th March to 2nd April. Our school held a brief celebration on 28th March where our Christian family delivered to us through skits, gospel songs and speeches on the importance of this remembrance in the Christian calendar.

Lord Jesus authority is seen in his teaching, in his Power over demons and in forgiving people’s sin. Jesus speaks of himself as the son of man, who came to give his life to set people free from their sin.

He was sacrificed on the Cross at Cavalry for forgiveness of our sins, to set us free and to enlighten us on the path of righteousness and forgiveness. He rose on the third day and is now seated in the place of honour, on the right hand side of GOD. Christ Jesus is the one who died more than that, who was raised who is at the right hand of God, who indeed is interceding for us. (Romans 8:34)

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Culture Day Programme

Culture is a way of life of a group of a people and as Fiji is a multicultural country, it presents an even bigger opportunity to showcase the diverse backgrounds. The school celebrated its Culture Day last Friday, 3rd June, 2018

This was a great chance to witness other people’s culture. Cultural diversity is a strong part of people's lives as it influences their views, their values, their humor, their hopes, their loyalties, and their worries and fears. It is important because it begins envisioning people’s ideal diverse community and how to set up an environment that fosters cultural diversity.

Students who attend schools with a diverse population can develop an understanding of the perspectives of children from different cultural backgrounds and learn to function in a multicultural, multiethnic environment and positive environment. Students and Teachers are respectful of different backgrounds and the school is proactive about this.

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Tilak Day

“Advocating Changes and Celebrating Achievements.”
In the week leading up to Tilak Day, we had organised various competitions and had invited Year 8 students from primary schools around the Lautoka area. These competitions included Team Maths, Debate, Science Battle, and Oratory. We would like to convey our appreciation to the schools that had shown interest in our competitions, especially to the Head Teachers for your cooperation. As an incentive to participate in the competitions, all participants were offered an automatic enrolment into Year 9 for 2019.

The school has been celebrating Tilak Day since 1954. It is a day where we commemorate the life of our patron saint Lokamanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak. It is a day when students are reminded of our schools’ humble beginning and how students from our school have excelled in whatever field of study they pursue.

And because of a need to create awareness on issues that affect the lives of our students and stakeholders, we have also been using this day to educate them on issues like climate change, NCDs, blood donation and cancer.
Our Chief Guest for the day was Ms Raumanu Pranjivan Sharma who was an ex-scholar, and holds the position of COP23 President for Gender Focal Point and is a Lawyer by profession. As she was a Head Girl of our school, her speech motivated our students as most of them can relate to her as she described her days in the school.

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