Welcome Speech to Juniors in School

Welcome Party Speech to Juniors.

Welcome Speech to juniors in School

Time passes but memories lasts forever. To dear juniors I welcome you all on the behalf of my entire class, and faculty. This is exactly the place where we people were standing, and now it’s you. Tonight’s excitement is on peak where all are gathered to welcome you, and to amuse you. The students whom are not here will totally miss this.

It’s a totally new phase with new beginning, and new difficulties but you can face them by having more strength, and self-confidence in yourself. School life is more exciting life like a roller costar ride where you will learn, grow, and will be able to know your passion, and capabilities.

Besides lots of hard work you will find some entertainment too like sports, speeches, poems, and art competitions, debates, and refreshing events like bonfire, and concerts because they knew the importance of extra-curricular activities where you people will find your talent, and polish your skills.

Here’s the journey that will provide you path which will lead you to the profession you are hoping for. Try to focus on your goals, and concentrate on what are you doing so then you will become a successful person. It was my pleasure to be here, and to share my views, I feel great honor so thank you very much for listening me, and wish you good luck for future.

Short Welcome Party Speech

Respected All,

We are welcoming you to the welcome party of batch spring batch (Date). I hope we make your this evening so much memorable that during whole these sessions you will always remember this day. Hope you will enjoy this function.

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