The culmination of education for Kindergarten, the high school and senior secondary students, the graduation ceremony is a major event and transition point for students, parents, and teachers. It is a time for students, parents, and teachers to celebrate their hard work and accomplishments. Students take pride in having met the graduation requirements that is established by the Central Board of Education (CBSE); parents celebrate the accomplishments of their children; and teachers and school administrators commemorate the fruits of their labors. Commencement exercises serve as a transition point for the individual members of the graduating class who will follow diverse paths into futures of world of work.
The graduation ceremony is the final step of high school experience. Advaith gives its heart and soul towards conducting Graduation ceremony every year. There’s no greater recognition of a graduate’s achievements than a school graduation ceremony. Convocations are “conferred” or handed out to graduating kindergarteners, seniors and secondary seniors in the presence of speakers selected for this event often include community dignitaries, alumni, students and parents. The valedictorian, the highest-ranking academic student in the graduation class, usually speaks. Advaith schools embraces lively and free-spirited graduation ceremonies.
- The graduation ceremony is a more formal.
- Students are handed out diplomas in an orderly process. The audience makes sure to show pride to our graduating students and absolutely recognize their strengths observed during their schooling years.
- School life’s milestones deserve everyone’s full attention. The ceremony boasts of high volt celebration!