By Michaela Lupacchini
The Grade 8 Graduation on the 29th of January was indeed a highlight for Eunice’s new Grade 8s.
These young ladies enjoyed two weeks of activities, which included: meeting new teachers, making new friends, having great fun at the sleepover and last but not least, climbing the Thaba Nchu mountain. Ask any Grade 8 and she will tell you that high school is overwhelming, but fun as well.
On Graduation day each Grade 8 stood next to her mentor, while listening to the Headgirl (Swalica Erasmus) share a few words of wisdom. After this the Grade 8 were presented with a promise that they had to recite together. The focus of this was on the school’s theme for 2016: “Ignite the Dream.”
After sharing in this very special moment, we can finally say that the Grade 8s of 2016 are officially part of the Eunice family.
The matric crowning is a very special ceremony that symbolizes the start of the Grade 12 form’s final school year at Eunice. A symbolic crown is handed to the Grade 11’s at the end of the year. This ceremony serves as a sign of their commitment to leading the school as a senior form.
The matric class pledge their commitment to their own and Eunice’s goals during a special ceremony organised by the Representative Council of Learners. This ceremony leads them into the preparation phase for their final examination.
An assembly is hosted and arranged by the Matric class to pay thanksgiving to the whole Eunice family. Learners, educators and staff are thanked in person for their contribution to Eunice Excellence.
The Matric class bids farewell to Eunice and their formal schooldays during this special assembly around the school fountain. The Old Girls’ Association gives a St Christopher pendant to each Matriculant as a symbol of protection and well wishes for her journey ahead.
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