Middle and Senior School Prize Day

Harold Taylor once said, “The roots of true achievement lie in the will to become the best that you can become.

Middle and Senior School Prize DayOn the 30th of July the hard work that many talented students of the Middle and Senior School had put in the last academic year was given its due recognition on the occasion of the Annual Prize Day. The prize winners portrayed the characteristics of true gentlemen and the parents with their heads held high made their way into the splendid Auditorium.

The evening’s programme started off with the procession of the Principal Prof. John K Zachariah, the Chief Guests Mr. BR Muthu Kumar and Mr. Dinesh Gundu Rao and members of the Board of Management . The programme began with the school song led by the choir and the prayer.

The major highlight of the show was the Mime Show by the students of the ISC who depicted three different plays in an unique and special manner. The play ended with the audience breathless from laughing. Cottons has always had a tradition of encouraging young musicians and taking them to a higher level. The school choir amazed the audience with their melodies. The students of Middle and Senior school presented various dance forms as well.

Middle and Senior School Prize Day1The Vice Principal introduced our Chief Guest for the evening Mr. Dinesh Gundu Rao who was an ex-Cottonian, in his speech he shared his nostalgic moments in school and inspired the students to dream and that with dedication and perseverance the sky is the limit.

Mr. BR Muthu Kumar emphasized on leadership as an important essence in the lives of the youth. Also, the teachers who completed 25 years of service were appreciated for their tireless efforts.

At last it was time for the main event the prize distribution ceremony. The achievers from classes 6 to 12 were rewarded for their efforts. The special awards were given to those students who performed remarkably well in the ISC and ICSE Examinations.

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