Special send-off ceremony given to All Saints Grammar 2020 graduates

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The All Saints Grammar 2020 graduates were given a special send-off this year by the principal and His Eminence Archbishop Makarios at the All Saints Greek Orthodox Church in Belmore.

The senior students on Friday were joined by the Principal of the College, Mrs. Eleftheria Lillis, and the priests of the Parish, alongside Archbishop Makarios, who wished them good luck in the ventures outside of school.

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Posted by All Saints Grammar School on Thursday, 17 September 2020

His Eminence encouraged students to face the new challenges in their lives and to use the values and principles taught at the College.

“I assure you that you will have my personal support, as well as that of our Archdiocese and our respected priests,” His Eminence said in a speech.

After the Doxology, awards were given out to distinguished students who achieved high results during their year 12 studies.

After the Doxology, awards were given out to distinguished students who achieved high results during their year 12 studies.

The Marathonio award was given to students who excelled in sports, Pythagoras award for students who excelled in physics and technology, and the Dionysios Solomos award for students who excelled in Language.

The award proceedings and Doxology followed the College’s farewell assembly, where, under COVID-19 restrictions, Year 12 students heard final messages of support from their parents and teachers before going off to study for their HSC examinations. All Year 12 students also received a ‘Care Pack’ by their homeroom teachers.

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