“Look back with a smile; go forward with courage, many wishes for all that is good.
Let the radiance of remembrance prevail forever.”
Life is a voyage full of nostalgia, experiences and elation. School life is one of the most unforgettable parts of one’s life that is imprinted down the memory lane forever. Bidding adieu is a tough process but is mandatory for growth and development. Tuesday, 11 February 2020 turned out to be a very nostalgic day at Maxfort School, Rohini as the school organised, “Good Luck Ceremony-Hasta la Vista” for the graduating batch of the session 2019-20 under the skillful and commendable guidance of respected Principal ma’am, Dr Ratna Chakravarty . The celebrities for the day were the twelthies clad in their finest robs. The unique and splendid guests for the day were proud parents of these young and vibrant students who are ready to take up new responsibilities and expertise in the approaching future. The eventful day commenced with the tilak ceremony of the senior most Maxfortians. The students and their parents were received with high spirits by the facilitators. The mesmerising day began on a divine note with the auspicious lamp lighting ceremony by the revered Principal Ma’am, Dr. Ratna Chakravarty, Headmistress ma’am, Pratibha Ahlawat ma’am, Vardha ma’am and the School Student Council. The programme took an emotional chord with the presentation of mementoes to the graduating students so that they remember their school days forever in their hearts. The surroundings were filled with myriad hues of grandeur with presentations like heart touching farewell song, vivacious dance and nostalgic skit. Respected Principal ma’am, in her golden words, inspired the Grade XII students to make wise decisions for a glorious and bountiful future. She also wished the students good luck for the forthcoming AISSCE Board Examination and other future endeavours. The speech by Head Girl Yashaswani Kakkar and Head Boy Manan Jain filled all the students with memories about their alma mater. The vote of thanks for this extraordinary programme was proposed by Inika of Grade VII. At the end, the Good Luck Ceremony turned out to be an event filled with mixed emotions for the joyous time spent in the school premises and the anticipation for time ahead. The celebration came to an end with refreshment hosted by the school for the students along with their parents who had filled the canvas of merriment with their mesimerising presence.