Students of class IX along with their teachers organized a memorable farewell day for the outgoing batch of students on February 3, 2018. The 26 students (with an equal number of boys and girls) were escorted by the school band along with the Chief Guest, Principal, Vice-Principal, teaching and non-teaching staff. The juniors left no stones unturned to celebrate all the memories they had made over the years and depicted it all through songs, mime, speeches, and dances. Expressing their sweet sorrows of parting, the graduating class rendered a soulful song composed them. Listening to the enlightening and motivating words of Sister Amrita Manjaly, the Chief Guest and Sister Hilda Lobo, boosted the self-confidence of the outgoing students. The students were blessed by our staff and parents with a special prayer. Following the tradition of committing to uphold the values of Nazareth, students took an oath to abide by the principles learned in the school. A representative of the parents delivered a thanksgiving speech to mark all the efforts made by of the school in molding the life of these students. The students expressed their gratitude towards the teachers by honoring them with a memento and flowers.

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