Tales of Nazarites on the Farewell

February 14, 2024

“Blessings on Your Journey Ahead”

Nazareth School Chandapura hosted an adieu celebration for 10th grade students, that included a prayer service and a brief program themed “Blessings on Your Journey Ahead,” wishing them good wishes.

The staff and management prayed for the student’s academic success, personal growth, and perseverance as they begin a new chapter in their lives. As a sign of support and kindness for the 10th grade students, teachers, parents, and other students staged a blessing ritual. The ritual emphasized the significance of carrying the blessings of the entire school community on their journey forward.

Miss and Master Nazarene were honored for their academic achievements, managerial skills, and services to the school. Students made emotional farewell speeches, recognizing their progress and accomplishments over the years. Inspirational stories and encouraging suggestions served to create an emotional atmosphere for the day.

“Let Your Dreams Take Flight”

Nazareth School Banakal gathered with 10th grade students to bid them farewell. The occasion’s Chief Guest was Dr. John Abraham, Principal of Amber Valley School in Chikkamagaluru. The theme of the day was “Let Your Dreams Take Flight.”

The program began with a prayer session that invoked blessings for the parting students. Dr. John Abraham advised outgoing students to cultivate willpower and discipline to achieve their life goals. Students recounted their experiences at Nazareth School. The parents expressed gratitude to the management for their assistance throughout the years.

Sister Hilda Lobo, the principal, advised the students to equip themselves with the abilities and information they need to tackle obstacles to thrive in their professional lives. The most outstanding students were rewarded for their accomplishments in multiple academic fields.

 

 

 

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