Prize Day (Std. X & XII)

"Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will act." -
Psalm 37:5
The much-awaited Prize Day for the batch of 2022-23 of Classes 10 and 12 was held on 9th June, 2023, at the school auditorium. The event was organised to appreciate the students of class 10 and 12 on their brilliant academic behaviour and performance. Sister Alpana SND and Sister Vishala SND graced the occasion with their presence and presented the awards to the deserving students. The honorable members of the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) were also present to hand over the awards organized by them. The ceremony was a celebration of academic excellence, overall development, and outstanding contributions of the students. Notable personalities, including the former Head Girl, Joanna Joseph, were honoured with special awards. The report outlines the key highlights of the event.

The ceremony commenced by seeking God's blessings over the ceremony and its participants which was lead by the school choir following which the awards were distributed by Sister Alpana SND, Sister Vishala SND and PTA the members of the Parent-Teacher Association. The school awards and PTA awards were presented to subject-wise toppers, stream toppers, students with overall brilliant performance in specific subjects and academics to recognize the students for their excellence.

The coveted prizes, a symbol of extraordinary accomplishments, were awarded to a select few students. Athmika C Sreenivas was honoured with the prestigious "Best Sophia All-Rounder Award" for her remarkable achievements in academics, co-curricular activities, and overall contribution to the school community. This award highlighted Athmika's well-rounded personality and her dedication to excellence. Nidhi Rajesh and Tanisha Jain were the recipients of the "Staff Service and Leadership Award." This accolade acknowledged their exemplary leadership skills, commitment to their responsibilities, and their significant contributions to the betterment of the school and its students. Nidhi Rajesh and Tanisha Jain's efforts were greatly appreciated by the school administration and staff. Helena John was awarded the title of "Best Sophia Student" for her exceptional performance and dedication to academic excellence. Helena's consistent hard work and enthusiasm in her studies were recognized and applauded by the entire school community. The "Principal's Challenge Trophy" for the outstanding Sophia student was awarded to the former Head Girl, Joanna Joseph. Joanna's relentless pursuit of excellence, strong leadership, and her positive impact on the school during her tenure as Head Girl earned her this prestigious honour. The announcement of this award was met with thunderous applause, and the entire auditorium rose to give Joanna a standing ovation.

Joanna Joseph, overwhelmed with gratitude, delivered the award winner's speech. She expressed her heartfelt appreciation to the school, the teachers, and her fellow students for the support and opportunities she received throughout her journey at the institution. Joanna's speech was filled with inspiration, as she encouraged her peers to strive for greatness and embrace challenges. Furthermore, Joanna concluded her speech by delivering the vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all the individuals involved in organizing the event, including the faculty, staff, parents, and the organizing committee. She highlighted the collective efforts that made the Prize Day a memorable event and acknowledged the commitment of everyone who contributed to the success of the students.

The Prize Day for the batch of 2022-23 was an event filled with pride, recognition, and celebration of the students' achievements. The awards presented by Sister Alpana SND and Sister Vishala SND, along with the PTA awards, subject-wise toppers, and stream toppers, showcased the academic brilliance of the students. The special awards, such as the "Best Sophia All- Rounder Award," "Staff Service and Leadership Award," "Best Sophia Student," and the prestigious "Principal's Challenge.