On 20th Saturday St. Agnes High School celebrated the feast of its Alma mater. The students of class 8B conducted pleasingly, a meaningful programme in honour of the young martyr Saint Agnes. The whole programme highlighted the purity and sacrifice of St. Agnes. The program began with a solemn prayer service, focusing her patronage on children youth, maidens, gardeners and girl guides. The prayer service filled the air with spiritual fervor.
An alluring and flawless dance was staged on the empowered woman was a befitting tribute to the amazing women who are the real architects of our society.
A captivating skit of St. Agnes life and martyrdom was enacted by the students. The skit conveyed the very essence of her unwavering faith in God in her short yet inspiring journey.
A buoyant zumba dance enthralled the gathering with a message of fitness and de-stress during examination time.
The chief guest Mrs. Lavina Aranha remembered with gratitude her tmemories associated with St. Agnes from KG till her graduation. She even emphasized the significant virtues of truth and honesty and its connection with the school values. The endowment prizes and scholarship winners were honored by the chief guest.
The Headmistress Sr. Gloria A.C congratulated the students of class 8B for their active participation and vibrant performance. She also commended the class teacher Mrs. Preema Frank for diligent planning and meticulous execution the whole program.
A sweet- toned group song was sung by the whole class honouring the patron saint was a harmonious blend of musical talent and team – work.
The program was smartly compered by Ritu Jean Lobo and Snehal Miranda, Thrisha welcomed the gathering and Varnika proposed the vote of thanks.
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