Nazareth Convent High School Recent Events

Posted by Ava Culver

February 13, 2024

The graduation ceremony of 10th grade was held on Jan. 27 at Nazareth Convent High School. The program started with a prayer service, followed by the welcome of the chief guest, Dr. Miss Roli Gupta, as well as speeches from educators and students. There were dance performances and live music. Snacks were served, and a memorable class photo marked the conclusion of the event.

Reading Day was hosted on Feb. 6 allowing students of NCHS to be immersed in literature. The day encouraged students to bring books and newspapers from home. They then allowed students alone time to read. Not only did the students find joy in literature but so did teachers.

A Spelling Bee Competition at NCHS on Feb. 7 allowed for students to improve their spelling, increase their vocabulary, learn concepts, and develop the use of correct English. The spelling bee encouraged active engagement and healthy competition amongst peers. This day of linguistics highlighted the importance of language proficiency as well as academic and personal development.

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