The four years that we stayed here in Davao Winchester Colleges, Inc. has come to an end. We will now take a new expedition in our life in where we will face a new set of challenges and people that might become our friends in the near future. We are now wearing our toga and cap, these two things simply states that we are now graduating and we can’t stop this thing to happen. We can’t deny the fact that we are happy as we will now March and flip a new page of our life but sadness is still prying with our minds as we will now leave the place where we made friends, where we laugh, where we cried and where we met our second parents who taught us a lot of things.
In our four years of stay here in DWC, we experienced a lot of unpredictable things. Even sometimes we didn’t fully understand the ways of living, because of a life that is full of challenges. A life that we have learned so much in our experiences, and still we have the willingness to continue even in tough times. We have the hope and trust in God, the Almighty, and the one who takes care of us as long as we have faith in him.
And in this time, I feel pleased and delighted as I was chosen to deliver this speech so in behalf of my fellow graduates, we want to thank you all of the people who have been a part our journey whether in times of success and failures.
To our beloved Alma Mater, Davao Winchester Colleges, Inc., and the school administrators, we will never forget all the help that you extended to us. We want to extend our thanks to our advisers, Ms. Cyndie Zamora and Mrs. Elenita Seniel who helped us and extended their hands whenever we need their help.
My special thanks also to Mr. Rey Dadios who gave me an opportunity to become a painter, to Mr. Ian Somosot who guided