It was not so long ago when their journey began and today, 13 years later, we are proud to celebrate the achievements of our Grade Twelve pupils as Tabeetha Graduates of 2019.
Every graduation is bitter sweet. It is a time to look back on lessons learned, adventures shared, on friendships made to last. It is also a time to look forward, a time to set new dreams and goals.
Our Grade Twelve pupils are now ready to step into the world outside Tabeetha accompanied by family, friends, classmates, fellow alumni and teachers who have stood by them encouraging and supporting them along the way. It was a wonderful ceremony. Graduation speeches were given in English, Hebrew and Arabic, representing the multi-cultural nature of our school. Rev Kate MacDonald and Rev John McCulloch gave their blessings to our new graduates.
This year Grade Twelve’s traditional dance was an homage to the famous “Grease” movie.
Dear Tabeetha Graduates,
While you are about to embark on a journey of your own, living a life full of your potential, don’t forget where you came from. Take our values with you and lead by example. Be kind, respect yourselves and others, be compassionate and persistent. Be our ambassadors of Peace. Remember that Tabeetha will always be home and those memories won’t be forgotten.