Valedictory Speech Essay

1579 Words Nov 13th, 2012 7 Pages
Valedictory Speech

"Few will have the greatness to bend history itself; but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total of all those acts will be written the history of this generation."
Yes, ours would be a generation to remember, also to cherish.
A very happy morning to one and all present here.

The ability to grow from childishness to maturity, from perplexity to lucidity has been unwearingly nurtured and prudently inculcated by a significant number of people – people that we need to pay econium to and express acknowledgement.

And I, Sanjana Khanter am here to express this heartfelt gratitude on behalf of my fellow batchmates who’re sitting down there, each looking gorgeous in their chosen hues.
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Quoting Dr. Karl Menninger, “What’s done to children, they do to society.” We are like wet cement bearing the impressions of what is engraved on us and there is no doubt that what is engraved by Ewart, is beautiful. Our morning assemblies, scripture classes and torch-bearers sessions have imbibed in us the importance of spirituality.

The various quizzes and debates, intra-murals and sports day, where numerous talents unfolded, will always be missed and what better way than rewarding the winners on annual day. I can never forget dramatics and Pastiche where inspite of the numerous break sessions which were longer than the practice sessions, whatever we put up was somehow not a mess. Patriotism runs through us and Ewart would never miss days like Independence Day and Republic Day to imbibe this feeling into us. The various teachers’ days where we’ve danced and done what not to impress our teachers and the children’s days where we’ve seen our teachers in their colourful avatars to impress us.
Every stairwell, every hallway, every classroom has a story to tell.
All that you have taught me, Ewart, strangely proves insufficient today to express how grateful I am to you. You’ve placed me on sturdy ground. You’ve given me wings to soar high and explore the sky.

I don’t know what I’m going to miss more, the campus or more specifically the canteen –

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