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Carmel School celebrates Golden Jubilee
January 30, 2018, 4:50 pm

Carmel School, Kuwait organized an athletic display on 20 January, on its inaugural Golden Jubilee Celebration at the Khaitan Sports Club. This gilded milestone was graced by Shri. Yashwant Chatpalliwar-2nd Secretary- Indian Embassy and witnessed by sponsors, benefactors, students and their parents and well-wishers. Around 2000 students participated in a spectacular athletic display that highlighted the commitment and discipline instilled in students.

The event commenced with the hoisting of the Carmel flag followed by the March Past to the strains of ‘Colonel Boogie’ and the Chief Guest declaring the celebration open. The Butterfly Drill (3rd and 4th graders) mesmerized the audience with their graceful movements, coordination and formation. The Kindergarten followed with a colorful Garden Drill.

The Arabic Drill (5th and 6th graders) displayed rhythmic steps picked up from the influence of the host country on the students. The (1st and 2nd graders) danced away to Megan Trainer’s ‘Better when I’m dancing’ with the Pom Pom Drill. The Hula Hoops a well co-ordinated drill was performed by the (7th, 8th and 9th graders) to the contemporary song ‘Mi Gente’.

The icing on the cake was the Pyramid formation that exhibited balance, precision, art, concentration and coordination- a display of teamwork and practice. The Finale was the wonderful formation of ‘Carmel 2018’, a field display involving 697 students.

Excellence comes with perseverance, for which the staff is to be lauded for their tireless effort and the students for their wholehearted cooperation. The Drill Display showcased every child’s talent much to the delight of the parents.

With a heart full of gratitude and humility, the Carmelites say ‘What thanks can I render thee for the gifts thou has showered on me’. As the school looks down memory lane, to its pioneers of 1969- 50 years ago, it was with Faith that they laid a firm foundation, made a commitment to impart education and strive for excellence for its students.

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