LSHSS in The Northeast Today – TNT

Little Star Hr. Sec. School is blessed to be mentioned in  an article published by The Northeast Today – TNT on 24th October, 2015 titled ‘Five Top Notch Schools of Northeast’. The list includes Holy Cross School -Tripura, St. Edmunds – Shillong, Standard Robarth Hr. Sec. School – Manipur and The Assam Valley School.

Little Star Hr. Sec. School was the only school from Nagaland on the list.

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School Choir 2014
School Choir 2014

Experiencing the Miracle

Experience the Miracle, as the theme of the Annual Retreat 2015 was a three days long event filled with fun, singing, learning the Gospel and experiencing God’s miracle.

Pastor Crosslin from Shillong, a mighty man of God and an excellent worship leader along with his wife Ann lead the praise and worship and taught the Word of God. His catchy praise songs and inspiring worship along with his simple but insightful teaching blessed the students immeasurably which caused many of them to commit their lives to Jesus Christ. Pastor Crosslin was accompanied by the Little Star Hr. Sec. School Worship Team.

Rev. Moa Longchari was one of the Resource Person on the second day and taught the teaching of Jesus and its application on our lives. He lamented the fact that many Christians in our land profess to be Christians but do the following the teachings of the Bible.

Madam Nini Sekhose, the Chairman of LSHSS was also a Resource Person during the retreat. She spoke about the new birth.

To assist them was Mannet Villar, a singer and dancer from Phillipines. A young woman passionate about spreading the Gospel. She taught a choreography to the students and it was performed on the last day of the retreat.

Annual Retreat 2015 was a blessed event.



SONY DSC  Pastor Crosslin Leading the Worship with the LSHSS Worship Team

SONY DSC Pastor and Sir Kekhrielezo getting caught up in Praising God


SONY DSC Pastor Crosslin with his wife Anne

SONY DSC Mannet Villar from Philippines


SONY DSC Rev. Moa Longchari ministering to the students


SONY DSC Judy, Nagaland Conservatory of Music gives an operatic rendition of The Lord’s Prayer


SONY DSC Pastor Crosslin taking on the role of the ‘Pied Piper’ for the Juniors

Annual Cultural, Literary and Sports Competition 2015


Drama- Yellow House

The week long competitions have finally come to an end. All the four house displayed their best performances vying for the champions trophy. The competition was a tough one. Yellow house is currently in the leading position but will they will able to hold this position! The Annual sports and the school’s most coveted titles (Student of the Year, Hosteller of the Year and Participant of the Year) will be added up to the current score to judge who the 2016 Champions will be.

The competitions were held on different days for Seniors, Juniors and Sub Juniors. An extra day was added this year to enable more students to compete and to participate. Over 600 students took part representing their houses. The competitions began with the march of the captains and a drill by the Class 7 and 8 girls. Followed by an opening speech by the Principal where she spoke of the importance of these events and competitions.

New competitions added this year are fashion show, spelling bee and skit for the sub juniors , story telling, extempore, Hindi group and solo songs and Power Point presentation for the juniors. The closing ceremony was held on Friday with the Junior students. The teachers performed songs, ethnic wear show and piano recital. The music teacher of the school enthralled the audience with their upbeat and energetic songs.

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Cooking Competition
Cooking Competition