The outgoing batch of class 12 of The Orchid School was given an emotional farewell by the students and staff of class 11 on 19th January, 2019 .
The evening started with an informal session with the school decked up with flowers and shehnayi to welcome to the twelfth graders.
The boys and girls in their impeccable attire were greeted with pettas which added to their charm. Photo sessions and informal meet with mixed bag of emotions kept the youngsters busy. Promises are made to stay in touch & meet every now & then.
The parents were invited for the formal session from 5- 6 Pm which was a look back at the years spent at Orchids by the current batch of students.
Leaders and teachers painted vivid pictures of a better world tomorrow created by the TOS students through their own successes and equally strong societal impact.
Favourite teachers received a big round of applause for their sentimental speech while some others received a standing ovation from their students. Teachers said -Bidding them farewell is not easy as most of us have seen several batches grow up and leave to face the world
Class Teacher of XII A couldn't come personally for the function but passed on her wishes to her students graduating this year
Students and Parents shared their journey with TOS. Students from class XII - Prasanna Jain, Ayush Borde, Trisha Welde, Owaiz Mirza, Bhavya Singh, Aryan Jalla and Nitesh Borate gave heart touching speeches as they bid farewell.
Some shed tears, some choked while talking and some others smiled away saying we are carrying wonderful memories from this place and will return to share experiences beyond these school walls.
After the cake cutting was the much awaited entertainment program organised by the students of class XI. The class XI students gave a scintillating dance performance and the pulsating music rocked the ambience.
A quick flashback of memories through a beautiful video of school days compiled by class XI students was the highlight of the evening.
A perfect end to the evenings program was the song by the class XI band “ The show must go on “.
The event couldn't have ended without hitting the dance floor. Foot tapping music and energetic atmosphere made up for a memory to last forever.