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School Speeches - Farewell Speech By School Principal to Outgoing Students

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This sample speech would be helpful for the school principal to deliver on the occasion of school farewell day party.

Respected teachers and my dear students,

Good Morning / Good Afternoon to each one present here and a very warm welcome to you to the school farewell party.

It's a nostalgic feeling as I remember my student life in school and my school farewell party. I am sure we all have mixed feelings on this day which is a blend of joy and sadness. On one hand you feel enthusiastic as you will be stepping into a completely new different world where you will find relatively more freedom than in a school life. While on the other hand you will feel sad as you have to depart from your school / classmates.

My dear friends the time has come to bid you all farewell with a heavy heart from this esteemed institution which protected you, cared for you, supported you and guided you all these years.

The institution has given you the best academics, provided you with the necessary tools to improve your skills and elevated ethics and values in you besides leading you in the path of spirituality. Hope you will use your life skills efficiently and effectively on stepping into a new competitive world which is full of opportunities. Now you are the intellectual potential and you are capable of achieving your life ambitions by exercising will power and efforts.

However, my dear students never ever forget the proverb 'man proposes but god disposes'. Remember that man strives hard to achieve his goals by putting forth all his efforts, but there is a limit for the abilities of man. Remember that there is a supernatural power / god that determines the destiny of man.

I would like to thank you all for your respect and support that you gave me. At the same time I would like to ask you to leave all the negative feelings / experiences you had here, if any and carry only pleasant memories with you. I am sure that whatever you have learnt in this institution would take you to limitless opportunities.

Now this is an era of social networking where you all can stay connected and share your experiences / feelings. But beware of the cyber crime. Think twice before you share / leak your personal details to your friends on social network.

Thank you dear students for being an important part of this institution. Life is a fabulous journey full of expectations, joys, fantasies and of course few sad moments. You are with this school for a long period and now you stand at the threshold. Enter into a completely new world with enthusiasm and new hopes. Have an ambition in life and keep dreaming till you fulfill your dream.

I wish your dreams come true. May God shower his blessing on you abundantly!

Wish you all the very best for the forthcoming board exams and also wish you all a successful life.

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