KENNEDY HIGH the global school, Bachupally, celebrated its annual Literary Fest, Resonance, with eclectic exuberance and cheer in its school premises on 18 July 2019. The literary fest, in its fourth consecutive year, had a diverse array of competitions, aiming to enhance and showcase students’ literary, logical, debating, communication, and artistic skills.
The literary Fest, Resonance 2019, was conceptualized, planned, and executed by the students of class XI and XII, CBSE, as part of their SEWA (Social Empowerment through work and action) project for this academic year. The event saw the largest attendance till date, with approximately 350 students participating from various schools from different parts of the city. The inaugural ceremony was a colorful program, which was graced by the Chairman. The Principal, coordinators, judges, and teachers from the participant schools joined the Chairman as he declared the ‘Fest Open’.
The Program Catalogue resembled a spectacular palette of multiple talents and skills: Poem Recitation, Elocution, Extempore, Poster Making, Mad Ads, Language Quiz, Spell Bee, Debate, and Drama, to name a few. Throughout the day, the school was abuzz with cheerful applause resonating from each arena.
Students made good use of this opportunity to interact and network with their counterparts from other schools. The literary fest concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by the Head Boy, with a promise for a bigger, brighter version of Resonance-5 next Year.