Nazareth School Alumni in Chandapura Gather

January 20, 2023

As the sun rose over the city of Chandapura on December 31, 2022, a sense of excitement and nostalgia filled the air. For the alumni of Nazareth School, this day marked a special occasion – the first time they would return to their alma mater as a united body.

As the 31 alumni gathered on the school grounds, they were greeted with warm embraces from the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and teachers who had accompanied them on their educational journey. Each person couldn’t help but reminisce about the memories they had shared in this very place, and how those experiences had shaped them into the people they were today.

As the day progressed, the alumni participated in an outreach and advancement program organized by the school. They shared their stories of success and triumph, and how the foundation of education they received at Nazareth had played a pivotal role in their personal and professional growth.

Despite the passage of time, the bonds forged at Nazareth School remained strong. The alumni left their Alma Mater feeling grateful for the education and guidance they received, and for the opportunity to reconnect with their fellow alumni. The day was one to remember, not just for the alumni, but for the entire Nazareth School community.

2 Comments

  1. rita puthenkalam

    I share in your joy as you celebrate the reunion of your old students. I can almost hear the laughter as you reminisce on ‘the good old days’!

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  2. Amrita Manjaly SCN

    Well done Nazareth School Chandapura for this new and exciting initiative of ‘Home Coming’ event.

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