Graduation Ceremony of Class 2014

Last Updated: Sunday, 29 June 2014 Published: Friday, 27 June 2014 Written by Daria Mitchell Sorhaindo

 Welcome Address-Head Girl - Kaele Benjamin

We gather to celebrate the accomplishments of, and to convey our fondest hopes for a group of remarkable young women, the graduating class of 2014.  Today, we are here to celebrate success. We have chosen the theme “With the pens still in our hands the rest is yet to be written” and  thus  the words of  William Makepeace Thackeray, renowned English novelist,  resonates:  “There are a thousand thoughts lying within a man that he does not know till he takes up a pen to write.”  High school has been an unforgettable journey that has prepared us for the future, whatever it may hold.

These past five years have involved some of the most memorable and influential moments which we have already recorded. Individually, our experiences here are unique, but together we share a common bond. We are proud to be the graduating class of 2014 of the Convent High School.
We give God the full glory for guiding us in times of struggle. The involvement of the Catholic Church in our school has influenced our development into strong, hardworking, God-fearing young women of today. Thus we welcome you my Lord Bishop, as the head of our school; members of the Clergy and the Religious.

To our dedicated parents and guardians and teachers extraordinaire we are honoured to have you here at our graduation. According to Napoleon Hill, American Author of personal-success literature: “The starting point of all achievement is desire”  and you all have constantly supported us in our development and urged us onwards facilitating the burning desire for us to go forward and achieve greatness.
To the media as well as to our family, benefactors, friends and well-wishers who have travelled from just down the street and around the world to be present here at this prestigious celebration, your presence is greatly appreciated!

We welcome all, as we were once welcomed wholeheartedly into this amazing school, our dwelling away from home. But now we must go forward, it is now our duty to take our pens, and write a different story of success for the entire world to read and enjoy.

Ladies and gentlemen we welcome you all to the 2014 Graduation Ceremony of the Convent High School.

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